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Bulimia nervosa, also referred to as bulimia, is one of three common eating disorders that cause serious problems for people who suffer from them. According to the National Institutes of Mental Health, the average age of onset for bulimia is 20 years old with more females being affected than males. If you suspect that a …

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Telling Loved Ones You Have Bulimia

Better to tell or not? Overwhelmingly, it’s better to tell your loved ones than not. Keeping the secret is not only hard, but the stress of hiding can add pressures that increase symptoms of bulimia. When your loved ones know, even though it’s embarrassing to talk about, they are in a position to help. That …

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A Secret To Healthy Weight Loss: Gaining Self-Control Over Emotions

When it comes to emotional eating, it’s never about the food. Emotions, researchers reiterate, are the underlying cause of eating disorders. And a new survey brings forth some compelling data about just how important it is to manage feelings in a healthy way. The key to weight loss? Investigators surveyed over 1,300 licensed psychologists, asking …

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