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Eating disorders are widely considered to be the deadliest of all mental health disorders. Unfortunately, they are also pervasive, affecting almost 10 percent of the world’s population. These statistics are not meant to alarm: they are simply a reflection of the reality that eating disorders are a growing problem, and something needs to be done about them.
Enter Eating Disorders: How to Recover Effectively from Anorexia, Bulimia, and Binge Eating. If you or someone you love is struggling with an eating disorder, the problem is not you, and it isn’t the fault of you or your loved one; eating disorders are complex illnesses. You will learn all about the different types of eating disorders, what causes them, who is affected by them, and more within the pages of this book.
Comprehensive Healthcare Research draws on experts on the subject of eating disorders and research in the field to bring to you a book that will answer all of your questions about your eating disorder’s symptoms, available treatment options, and—perhaps most important of all—whether or not recovery is possible.
The book features:
Common eating disorders (such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder) and uncommon eating disorders (such as pica, diabulimia, ARFID, and several others you may not know existed).
A breakdown of treatment options from inpatient treatment centers to finding an outpatient team, and everything in between.
Eating disorder recovery stories from real survivors of eating disorders at the end of each chapter.
A walkthrough of the typical reasons that people get eating disorders, including their age, gender, profession, and more.
An introduction to the concept of intuitive eating, which is often considered the end goal by many eating disorder treatment facilities and dietitians.
A discussion of the difference between “in recovery” and “recovered” and why these two terms don’t necessarily have the same definition based on which expert you might think to ask.
Prepare to discover the answers to questions you may not have realized that you had within the chapters of this book, and come away with new knowledge about eating disorders that can help further your own recovery or that of your struggling loved one. Recovery is a long and winding road, and for many eating disorder sufferers, it is not linear . . . but that doesn’t mean that recovery isn’t possible.
Take a look inside this book to discover how recovery can be possible for you, or, better yet, take the book home with you—your recovery journey begins with this single step.