By: Larry Burns | Apr 1, 2013 According to a study in the American Journal of Psychiatry (1995), 50 percent of people with an eating disorder also meet the criteria for depression. What isn’t for certain is whether some people suffering from depression are more prone to develop an eating disorder.
By: Jennifer E | Aug 7, 2012 While there are many cases of men developing problems with anorexia, according to eating disorder facts around 90% of people suffering from anorexia are women. What is the strong connection between women and this kind of disorder? Societal pressures are often harder on women to be attractive and thin because they are judged based on appearance more than men.
By: Jennifer E | Jul 9, 2012 Anorexia nervosa signs include a number of things that can either be obvious or too subtle to notice.It’s important to look out for anorexia nervosa signs if you suspect a loved one is suffering from anorexia. These signs can vary depending on the severity of the condition and the stability of the sufferer. No matter how severe the condition is, it is never too early to start seeking treatment.
By: Michelle Morand | Apr 30, 2012 As children we automatically interpret everything that is going on around us as being about us. We all need to come to the realization that the world does not revolve around us; that what others think and feel is not a reflection of us but rather of their own life experience and needs; that we truly only have power over our own thoughts, feelings and behaviours. Learned helplessness is always the
By: Denny Randulf | Apr 30, 2012 Many bulimia sufferers complain about fluid retention in their body from time to time. The symptoms of this problem are: swelling of the legs and feet plumped up fingers and hands, feelings of puffiness over the whole body.
By: andy | Apr 18, 2012 It becomes sometimes impossible to always keep a good and healthy physic in metro cities. Generally people know that eating at road side junk food is unhealthy and unhygienic to eat.
By: Michelle Morand | Apr 2, 2012 Co-dependent behaviour, feeling responsible in someone else's feeling and/or needs,is one of the primary contributors to the degree of anxiety and depression that leads people to use food to cope. To release from that behaviour become clear about your values and principles.