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Explaining the Basics of Recovering from Bulimia Nervosa

Treatment for eating disorders is a complex, challenging process involving cognitive behavioral therapy, family therapy, individual counseling, and group therapy. In addition, bulimia nervosa recovery relies on ongoing support from the client’s family, close friends, and counselors providing outpatient services at eating disorder treatment centers. Before starting the recovery process, eating disorder therapists develop a

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What Kinds of Co-Occurring Disorders Come With Eating Disorders?

Co-occurring disorders, a situation where a person has two or more different mental health disorders, are quite common with eating disorders. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), there is a strong link between eating disorders and other types of psychiatric disorders. There is a particularly high correlation between eating disorders

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Exposing Widespread Misunderstandings About Bulimia Nervosa

Bulimia nervosa is a well-known but often misunderstood eating disorder that affects millions of men and women worldwide. Most people are familiar with the characteristic symptomatic behavior of self-induced vomiting as a way of purging calories, but bulimia nervosa is more complex than simply one kind of behavior. With so many facets to the disorder,

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Common Types of Therapy Involved in Eating Disorder Treatment

An effective treatment program for eating disorders usually involves a variety of treatment methods. While this may involve medication, most often a combination of talk therapy and cognitive retraining are the focal points. There are several specific types of therapies that can be used for treating eating disorders. The specific types of therapy vary depending

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Answering Some Frequently Asked Questions About ARFID

Although there is no single cause of any eating disorder, most include distorted body image as a causative factor. Body dysmorphia is a common cause of well-known eating disorders like anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder. However, another less-known disorder is gaining more public knowledge, and unlike those others, it doesn’t list body

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