Mercedes Hamshar

Anorexia Nervosa Family Implications

There are several substantial anorexia nervosa family implications. Anorexia nervosa is one disorder that has found to be greatly linked to both genetics and the family environment. This article explores the anorexia nervosa implications for the family.

Treating Male Anorexia

Male anorexia is not common; anorexia nervosa is often thought to be a female disorder. However, there is no significant difference between male and female cases. Treatment is difficult, but family therapy is often regarded the only effective treatment for male anorexia.

Diagnosing Social Phobias

Diagnosing social phobias can be more complicated than it appears. Although one of the most common anxiety disorders to affect the general population, social phobia is often under or mis-diagnosed due to its similarity and comorbidity with other disorders.

Overcoming Acute Stress Disorder

Acute stress disorder is a short term reaction to a traumatic event; however it often develops into post traumatic stress disorder. This article describes the importance of early intervention in overcoming acute stress disorder and the treatments that are regularly used.