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What Types of Treatment Exist for Eating Disorders?

Nearly 30 million Americans suffer from an eating disorder, according to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD). People who struggle with eating disorders die at a higher rate than those with other mental health disorders. Learning what types of therapies work can be essential to rebuilding a person’s life to beRead More

These Tools Might Help You Battle an Eating Disorder

Battling an eating disorder is mostly about the emotional and physical challenges that people face who struggle with food: smells, sights, and sounds that trigger the body’s natural response to want to eat yet fight back against it in the mind. Eating disorders are one of the most difficult, dangerous, psychological disorders because they alsoRead More

What Should I Do if My Son Has an Eating Disorder?

Our society automatically assumes that females are the only gender that suffers from eating disorders. This misconception can pose a disservice for males who have manifested eating disorders. They often get overlooked or are embarrassed with having a disorder that is considered to be primarily feminine. The truth is that eating disorders will affect aroundRead More

What is a Social-Media Induced Eating Disorder?

Everywhere you look on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter you may see ads of health regimens that can show you how to look better, feel better, or eat better. Once you click on one of these sponsored ads when your interest is peaked, you may see more and more of the ads pop up in yourRead More

What is ARFID Anorexia?

Eating disorders come in all forms. With the main eating disorders being anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating, there are variations of these disorders along with certain eating disorders that may not have been heard of before. The best way to help others is to bring knowledge to otherwise obscure mental health disorders, suchRead More

Men and Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are nothing new to our society. In the 1980’s and 1990’s eating disorders showed an incline in anorexia and bulimia, but the statistics have remained mostly steady since then. While these eating disorders are mostly associated with the stereotypical young, white women, an eating disorder does not discriminate regarding race, religion, sexual orientation,Read More

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