Anthony Bart

Bulimia vs Anorexia: What’s the Difference?

Bulimia vs Anorexia

Bulimia Nervosa and Anorexia Nervosa are the most common eating disorders. They affect all ages and genders. However, how does someone distinguish between the two? The key difference in identifying one or the other is identifying their food-related behaviors. In this blog, I will review bulimia vs anorexia and explain the key differences between the […]

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What Causes Anorexia Nervosa? Learn the Risk Factors

What Causes Anorexia Nervosa Learn the Risk Factors

Anorexia nervosa is a serious mental disorder that can turn deadly if not treated properly. According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), an estimated 0.5% to 3.7% of women will suffer from this disorder. While anorexia is typically thought of a disease that only affects younger women, individuals of any age or gender […]

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Intimacy Anorexia Treatment: A Guide to Intimacy Anorexia

Intimacy Anorexia Treatment A Guide to Intimacy Anorexia

In this post, we will discuss intimacy anorexia and treatment options. This term is a bit misleading in that Anorexia nervosa is often life threatening and while serious, intimacy issues (including intimacy anorexia) are not life threatening.  The term “intimacy anorexia” was coined by psychologist Dr. Doug Weiss to explain the reasons why some people […]

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Short Term and Long Term Side Effects of Anorexia

Short Term and Long Term Side Effects of Anorexia

Anorexia is typically thought of as a disease that affects younger women and teens, but individuals of any age or sex can suffer from this devastating eating disorder. Anorexia nervosa can turn deadly if not treated properly. Before continuing further, if you are suffering from anorexia nervosa, contact a licensed professional as soon as possible.  […]

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