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  • Anorexia
    Anorexia is an eating disorder with psychological inflections.
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  • Anorexia and Bulimia
    Anorexia and bulimia are two different sides of the same coin. While anorexia is often apparent, bulimia is secretive.
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  • Anorexia Statistics
    Different types of anorexia affect as many as 5% of all young women in the United States, and three times the percentage are women who have unhealthy attitudes and behaviors about food. Reports have indicated that in women who suffer from anorexia, the onset of the disorder can be traced back to the age of twenty. When a study surveyed sixth-grade female students, it revealed that 70% of them became weight conscious between the ages of nine and eleven. This trend, revealed in the same study, led these girls to start dieting by the time they were in were in middle school.
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  • Bulimia Treatment: Advice and Options
    Bulimia is an eating disorder compels people to binge on food and then purge through self-induced vomiting, diuretics or laxative abuse, or excessive exercise. People with bulimia tend to feel guilty and disgusted about food and fat. Even though most people with bulimia begin at normal weights, they think of themselves as fat. Roughly 90 percent of the people with bulimia are women, and the disorder usually begins a few years after puberty. Genetics, social pressures, and emotional problems like depression, low self-esteem, and extreme perfectionism contribute to bulimia�s development.
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  • Curing eating disorders
    Finding a cure for eating disorders like anorexia, bulimia and the like takes time as the root cause needs to be addressed in depth. As the fear of gaining weight can be all-consuming, experts first need to find out an individuals reasons behind the illness and then chart a course of therapy and diet whereby patients can become healthy again.
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  • Eating Disorder Treatment for Anorexia
    Eating disorder treatment for anorexia helps patients recover. The goal of the eating disorder treatment for anorexia is to help the client develop healthy coping skills.
    http://www.castlewoodtc.com/treatments/anorexia-treatment.php
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  • Main Causes of Bulimia
    Some people may feel that they are fat, no matter how thin they actually are. Or they may feel guilty when they eat too much food. The guilt and shame from eating makes the person vomit up all their food. These people have bulimia nervosa, or bulimia, an eating disorder. The disorder has nothing to do with the digestive system, but rather with the mind. And though people with bulimia may share the same guilt and shame about food, and the same patterns of bingeing and purging, bulimia has many causes. Doctors have not identified any one cause of bulimia, but do know of several factors that may contribute to developing bulimia.
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  • Signs of Anorexia
    Anorexia is an eating disorder in which an individual has an unrealistic body image. Despite being thin, the individual often believes that she is overweight. In an effort to lose weight, an anorexic stops eating or eats very little. As such, the body becomes dangerously thin and other health concerns can arise. Signs of anorexia can be predictable.
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  • The Bulimia Recovery Process
    People with bulimia often feel like they are keeping a secret. No one knows how terrified they are about how they look and how fat they feel. No one knows they are so afraid of gaining weight that after eating they will quietly go the bathroom and throw up their food. No one knows how hungry get and how they sneak out at night to binge eat, only to purge soon afterwards.
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  • The Effects of Bulimia
    People with bulimia have an eating disorder that causes them to binge on food and then, usually, throw up the food during binge-and-purge cycles. Some people may exercise excessively or abuse diuretics or laxatives. Although there is no known cause of bulimia, people who suffer from the disorder tend to be perfectionists who strive to make others happy, and they may also be stressed or depressed. Genetics and social messages also contribute to bulimia�s development.
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  • The Link Between Anorexia and Bulimia
    Young women and men sometimes starve themselves. It doesn�t matter how thin they may be� in their internal mirror, they are fat. Or they may so afraid of gaining weight, yet so desperately hungry, that they eat and eat until they feel so guilty that they must vomit up all the food. These people suffer from eating disorders. Eating disorders have nothing to do with the digestive tract of the person. Rather, the illness resides in the mind.
    http://e-bulimia.com
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  • Understanding Bulimia
    When a girl enters puberty, her body changes. It begins to look like a woman�s body, rather than a girl�s. Fat begins to appear. Breasts develop and hips widen as the girl grows. For some young woman, these changes are greeted with excitement. For other young women, these changes may cause sadness and spark self-doubt. A young woman feeling uncomfortable in her body may wish for a girl�s body without curves. She may project her fear onto food. Now, when she eats, she eats too much food. She binges. This may fill her with guilt and shame and vomit up the food. She purges. This is the story of a young woman has bulimia.
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  • Weight loss through the use of hypnosis Does it work?
    Being over weight is a very serious issue in todays society. Millions of people suffer from obesity and the question is how do you change your life and overcome this problem and how does hypnosis relate to weight.
    http://howtohypnotize-polski.blogspot.com
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  • What are the Symptoms of Bulimia?
    Bulimia is an eating disorder. People with bulimia usually have a normal weight, but perceive themselves to be fat. Or they may feel intense guilt or self-disgust when they eat. These feelings are so strong that people with bulimia throw up much of the food they eat. Though men and women both can develop bulimia, 90 percent of people with bulimia are women. For most, bulimia begins in the teens, a few years after puberty begins. Many people with bulimia are perfectionists or overachievers.
    http://e-bulimia.com
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