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With bulimia, coping comes in two forms. The first is how the victim deals with their illness, the second comes in when their family has to cope with the condition in someone they care deeply about. The bulimic has two significant coping mechanisms available, one healthy, the other deadly. The healthy approach is to accept …
Recovering from an eating disorder is an extremely difficult, lifelong process. Choosing the right recovery program is crucial to your success in staying healthy once you’ve overcome one of these dangerous, debilitating disorders. There are several treatment options available, including inpatient and outpatient programs. Understanding the difference between these two types of recovery programs will …
Current recommendations by the American Psychiatric Association and the American Dietetic Association suggests that recovering anorexics should eat about 1,200 calories per day – slowly increasing calories every other day – in hospitalized treatment settings. Yet a new study published in the Journal of Adolescent Health suggests that higher-calorie diets can produce twice the weight …
“Bigorexia,” an obsession with the idea of becoming more muscular, is on the rise in men — but researchers still know too little about the problem. Results from recent research from the University of Sydney and the Australian National University, however, may shed some light on the issue. Using a questionnaire, researchers attempted to identify …
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