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Eating disorder rehabilitation facilities offer professional treatment services for individuals diagnosed with an eating disorder. There are numerous rehab centers located in the US that can assist individuals with recovery, and also provide support to family members. Eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia require specialized treatment in order to address the underlying causes of …

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What Is Compulsive Overeating?

A person with symptoms of compulsive overeating is characterized as having an addiction to food. Compulsive eating is used to hide or manage emotions, fill emotional voids or copy with daily stresses. Unlike a person with bulimia, a person with compulsive overeating disorder does not purge the excessive food ingested. This excessive consumption can cause …

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The role of positive emotions often takes a backseat to how negative emotions impact and exacerbate anorexia, say researchers from Rutgers University. But good feelings, like those that come from the pride of losing weight or the satisfaction of maintaining control over one’s diet, may also play an important role in fueling eating disorders. “What …

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