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About Anorexia

Eating disorders are common illnesses that cause serious issues with a person’s diet on a daily basis, including eating too little or too much. Anorexia, also referred to as anorexia nervosa, is one of the three most common types of eating disorders. Anorexia is a very serious mental illness in that people with the disorder …

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Support Someone With Anorexia

When someone has an eating disorder, it not only effects them, but others around them as well. As a friend or family member of someone with anorexia, you will understandably want to do everything possible to support him or her. However, it’s important to know what to say and do to help the person and …

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Raising A Body Confident Child

A study hosted by the Academy for Eating Disorders demonstrated positive results in reducing the potential vulnerabilities for eating disorders and promoting healthy body image, healthy dietary habits and weight management in young children through intervention with the parents. The Program The program is called “Confident Body, Confident Child, or CBCC and it’s designed for …

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Can You Get Pregnant Following Anorexia?

For women, recovering from anorexia may mean coping with the repercussions of fertility complications. While often a consequence of eating disorders that is not discussed, body weight and size – as well as overall health and nutrition – can have a significant impact on a woman’s ability to get pregnant. Menstruation irregularities According to Vanderbilt …

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