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Bulimia is a serious eating disorder in which a person consumes an excessive amount of food within a short period of time (binging) and then attempts to undo the “damage” by removing the food through purging, fasting, or exercising. Individuals who suffer from bulimia characteristically feel out of control when binging, followed by episodes of …

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What Is Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy?

Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy is used to treat a variety of eating disorders by using a combination of philosophical positions and interventions. The daily and ongoing dispute of stressful thoughts encouraged by REBT can be especially helpful when overcoming something as harmful as an eating disorder. So, what else can REBT teach someone recovering from …

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For Girls, Playground Teasing Has Lasting Effect On Body Image

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Lack Of Sleep Can Trigger Overeating

Among the many factors that may trigger the tendency to overeat, a lack of sleep may be one of them, according to new research. Scientists from the University of Nebraska explored the relationship between food and sleep, reporting that a multitude of factors that arise from not enough shut eye can combine to cause overeating. …

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