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Anorexia, also commonly referred to as anorexia nervosa, is a serious life-threatening eating disorder where people have the perception that they are overweight when in fact they are extremely underweight. It is estimated that up to four percent of women have suffered from anorexia in their lifetime. If left untreated, anorexia can cause death. In …

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How to Recognize the Psychological Signs of Anorexia

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 …

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Understanding Thinheritance And How To Help Teens Overcome It

Thinheritance is a relatively new term meaning that some teenage girls and boys have a strong desire to be thin. Many people would say this is due to the media and society as a whole for the way overweight and obese people are looked down upon. In actuality, it is simply learned behavior from a …

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Stress And Perfectionism Can Turn Young Women Into Emotional Eaters

A professor at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill recently conducted a study confirming the link between the quest for perfection and eating disorders–especially for young women. Anna M. Bardone-Cone evaluated around 400 college women, assessing their levels of “self-directed” perfectionism and “social” perfectionism. She also took into account stress levels to see if …

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