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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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How To Treat Anorexia Through Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy is distinguished from hypnosis in two ways. The first is the goal – like the name implies, hypnotherapy is a type of therapy and treatment is the objective. This makes it different than other types of hypnosis, which may be for entertainment, memory recall, or used as a one-off cure for smoking cessation or …

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New Study Finds That 15% Of Canadian Women Have Some Type Of Eating Disorder

The 15 percent of women with some form of an eating disorder does not include the 24 percent of women (combined statistical) who have anorexia nervosa. These women have one of the other eating disorders such as bulimia, binge eating, over exercising or one of the other eating disorders. The Study The study involved 1500 …

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Only 12 Percent Of Older Women Are Satisfied With Their Bodies

It’s not surprising, but still unsettling: A recent study reveals that only 12 percent of women over the age of 50 are satisfied with their body size. In an attempt to discover what these women do, know and feel that differs from women who don’t love their bodies, researchers analyzed a sample of 1,789 women …

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