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Eating Disorder Treatment

Eating disorder treatment is a skyrocketing need of the world. Why? Let’s take a look. As per research, males and females between the ages of 15 to 25, suffering from eating disorders are 10 times more likely to die than their peers. This implies that almost half of the world’s population requires immediate treatment for eating […]

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How To Help Someone With An Eating Disorder

Eating disorders are characterized by drastic alterations in eating habits, such as sticking to strict diets, secretly bingeing on food, vomiting after meals, and excessively tracking calories. It’s difficult to watch somebody you care about deteriorate their health, particularly when the cure appears to be simple on the surface.

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Eating Disorder Inpatient Treatment

National surveys predict that 10 million men and 20 million women in the US will suffer from an Eating Disorder (ED) at some point in their life, as per the National Eating Disorders Association. With the support of inpatient eating disorder treatment programs, many of these patients will be able to recover. It takes time, patience, and, […]

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Laxative Abuse Treatment

Extreme thinning, as well as indications of binge eating and purging, are common symptoms of eating disorders. Individuals with bulimia, anorexia, or binge-eating disorder, on the other hand, may engage in various behaviors in order to rid their bodies of food and feel slimmer. Laxatives are a very frequent approach for teenagers and adults to […]

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Benefits Of Residential Eating Disorder Treatment Program

When looking for eating disorder treatment, one of the first decisions to make is whether to seek outpatient or residential treatment. Many people choose outpatient treatment because it allows them to go home during treatment sessions and continue with their daily lives. Residential eating disorder treatment, on the other hand, necessitates a longer stay at the treatment facility, which is a more significant commitment.

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ARFID Treatment

Avoidant-Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) is a disorder of eating defined by a continuous reluctance to eat particular foods or any kinds of food due to a negative reaction to the texture, color, or odor of certain food products. Furthermore, treating ARFID can be challenging because people may refuse to consume food for fear of being sick or gagging […]

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Depression And Eating Disorders

Depression and eating disorders are often intertwined, and it’s essential to understand the underlying causes and effective ways to address both conditions to achieve lasting recovery.

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Eating Disorder From Anxiety

Eating disorders and anxiety are two prevalent mental health conditions that often overlap and exacerbate each other

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