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While the physical signs of anorexia may be more easy to spot in certain individuals, psychological manifestations of the condition may mirror other common mental health problems. Watching for trends in thinking, actions and habits can reveal warning signs. Since early intervention strategies can potentially save a person’s life, knowing and recognizing the symptoms of …
In a world where modern medicine is all around us, it sounds strange to ask where to get help for bulimia. But this condition comes with some real social stigma. It survives and thrives when concealed and those suffering from it often try to keep things secret. The Internet Advantages: A wealth of information and …
Is emotional anorexia a real thing? The idea that someone can be spiritually and emotionally starved is not new, but according to psychologist Robin L. Smith, it can be just as dangerous as not eating. Author of Hungry: The Truth About Being Full, Smith says that when emotional hunger is ignored, neglected, shamed, blamed or …
A drug commonly prescribed to treat migraines may trigger disordered eating behaviors in teens, according to a new report published in Pediatrics. Topiramate (brand name Topamax), can decrease appetite and result in weight loss, according to the researchers, who found there to be a link between young women taking the drug and a development or …
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