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How to Choose and Eating Disorder Interventionist

How to Choose and Eating Disorder Interventionist Is someone you care about struggling with anorexia, bulimia, binge eating or another eating disorder? It’s hard to know what to do or how to help someone with this sensitive issue. You may be afraid of offending them. You may feel helpless and not know what to do. Perhaps you’ve already tried talking to this person and they denied they have a problem

Exercise Bulimia

Exercise Bulimia Eating disorders come in many forms. Anorexia, bulimia and binge eating are the most well known. Extreme exercising is another type of disorder where a person uses exercise as a way of purging calories. Burning calories by exercise thereby compensates for eating. People who exercise to burn what they’ve eating will exercise even if they’ve suffered and injury. After some time, their metabolism builds tolerance and they must

Women's Treatment

Women have different perspectives and needs when it comes to treatment for addictions, eating disorders, and other mental and behavioral health issues. Research shows that women are more likely than men to recognize the signs of a mental health problem and seek treatment. The type of treatment that works best for one woman may differ from another. While some find healing in treatment with other women, others may feel most

Eating Disorder Rehab

Eating Disorder Rehab Call Today (888) 360-1333 Eating disorder rehab or seeing an eating disorder treatment provider can help. An eating disorder can disrupt many lives and make things challenging for all of those involved. Attaining professional treatment for eating disorders, like anorexia or bulimia, is crucial to the well being of an afflicted person’s mental and physical health. Without proper diagnosis and treatment, eating disorders like these can cause

Yoga Eating Disorder Recovery

Yoga Yoga can be helpful for eating disorder recovery and can also be used abusively as an active eating disorder behavior. Know the benefits. Call Today (888) 360-1333 Physical exercise is essential for balanced health but traditional aerobic exercise brings an emphasis on calorie and fat burning. For those recovering from eating disorders, this mindset and practice can contribute to cycles of unhealthy thoughts: self-judgment, self-loathing and the compulsive need