Overcoming bulimia will not be the easiest challenge you have ever faced, but with determination, faith in yourself, and by following these tips, you can learn how to conquer this eating disorder.
Just because something taste delicious does not mean we have to gorge ourselves until we are uncomfortable. There are tips and steps that we can learn to take to stop overeating and halt binge eating. We just have to make the commitment to control our appetite.
Anorexia is an eating disorder, but what causes it? By taking a look at some direct and indirect causes, one can begin to see different factors that lead to anorexia.
Dating a bulimic can be challenging and you may feel helpless and clueless about the best ways to deal with your partner. But do not despair - you might just be what your lover needs to surpass this great challenge in his or her life.
A key symptom of binge eating disorder is a loss of control while eating. This lack of control can be difficult to overcome, but this article offers tips and discusses therapies for controlling binge eating disorder.
Do you find yourself reaching for snacks at night? You feel cravings and you want to stop your night eating because you know it is not healthy to eat at night. However, controlling our cravings and stopping ourselves from night eating is not so simple. Like all habits, we need a plan.
It is not uncommon for some people with ADHD to binge eat. But is there a link between the two disorders? This article examines the limited research on binge eating disorder and ADHD.
Anorexia nervosa treatment is complex and underutilized, since anorexics do not recognize the need for treatment. Treatment is conducted inpatient or outpatient involving psychotherapeutic and pharmacological approaches. Few are efficacious; however, family-based therapy yields promising results.
The history of anorexia nervosa is extensive with reports dating back over 800 years ago. However, the term anorexia nervosa is relatively new. The history of anorexia nervosa reveals many diverse manifestations of the disorder.
We have all overeaten occasionally, perhaps at a buffet, taking extra helpings of dessert or overstuffing ourselves with chips and ice cream during a late night study session. But if this behavior becomes a regular and uncontrollable habit a person might be suffering from a binge eating disorder.