Bulimia Treatment

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Also known as: bulimia
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Your provider will work with you to develop a care plan that may include one or more of these treatment options.
Treatment consists of antidepressants, counseling, medication and nutrition education.
Medication

6 hours ago Antidepressants: Reduce certain symptoms.

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2 hours ago WebBulimia nervosa, more commonly referred to as bulimia, is a serious and potentially life-threatening eating disorder. Professional treatment is …

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2 hours ago WebTreatment for bulimia is slightly different for adults and those under 18 years old. Treatment for adults Guided help. You will probably be offered a guided self-help programme as a …

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Just Now WebNutrition and Diet's Role in Bulimia Treatment. A nutrient-dense, sugar-free diet may help reduce binge eating. Also, eliminate alcohol, caffeine, flavor enhancers, most salt, and …

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6 hours ago WebSymptoms of bulimia include: extreme concern over body weight or body shape. eating large quantities of food over a short period, often in secret. binge eating …

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3 hours ago WebMedication is a treatment option for bulimia but isn’t generally enough to curb symptoms. However, therapy and medication work well together and will put you in …

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4 hours ago WebA person’s thought processes both cause and fuel this disorder. The following are some of the psychological symptoms of bulimia: Ongoing preoccupation …

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1 hours ago WebTreatment of Eating Disorders “An important part of the treatment is nutritional counseling, during which the you learn about your nutritional needs, how to meet them, and how to develop healthy eating …

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3 hours ago WebOverview. Bulimia (boo-LEE-me-uh) nervosa, commonly called bulimia, is a serious, potentially life-threatening eating disorder. People with bulimia may secretly …

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5 hours ago WebWhile bulimia is a very serious illness, the good news is that bulimia can be treated. Without treatment, those suffering with bulimia will experience serious health risks that can have long-lasting effects. We encourage …

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9 hours ago WebBulimia and binge eating disorder treatment often focuses on specific food-related topics. You might develop meal plans to prevent yourself from beginning a binge. You might also learn new recipes and …

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Just Now WebEating disorders have been traditionally seen as predominantly a female disorder, but evidence suggests that men are suffering more now too. 6. Eating …

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2 hours ago Web1 day ago · A recent review estimates that: 1 3. Eating disorders affect about 30% to 40% of young women with type 1 diabetes. Binge eating disorder affects approximately 1.2% …

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3 hours ago WebBulimia treatment. The largest controlled study on bulimia so far shows that two types of psychotherapy can help individuals stop bingeing and purging: Cognitive-behavioral …

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7 hours ago WebAs with other eating disorders, bulimia nervosa can lead to serious health problems, but effective treatment is available. People with bulimia nervosa can consume an enormous …

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2 hours ago WebBulimia Treatment can help break the cycle of bulimia. Our Bulimia treatment program supports our clients to be free from bulimia. There have always been societal standards …

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Just Now WebThe goal of bulimia nervosa treatment is to stop the binge eating and purging cycles while dealing with any complications brought about by the eating disorder. Other bulimia treatment goals include: Creating a healthy attitude towards food. Gaining self-esteem. Creating nutritional eating patterns. Preventing relapse.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best treatment for bulimia?

Treatment usually aims to address all of these problems by:

  • reducing or eliminating binge eating and purging
  • treating physical complications caused by bulimia
  • helping the individual understand and change harmful thought patterns related to bulimia
  • identifying and treat any associated mental health disorders such as depression or anxiety
  • encouraging and developing family support

What are some ways you can prevent bulimia?

  • Tell them being extremely thin isn’t better
  • Put more importance on their personality than their looks
  • Encourage them to be honest about their feelings
  • Build their self-esteem
  • Teach them about the dangers of dieting
  • Let them know that you don’t expect them to be perfect because perfection doesn’t exist

How do you help someone with bulimia?

Ways to educate yourself on how to offer bulimia help include:

  • Learning from the bulimia treatment centers being attended by the bulimic
  • Attending therapy or doctor visits (if the patient allows)
  • Reading books on bulimia and bulimia support
  • Contacting eating disorder agencies for educational material

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What is the recovery rate for bulimia?

The recovery rate will depend on the type of treatment and the treatment program one chooses. In general, 55% to 85% of people who receive bulimia treatment go into remission within 90 days. But the relapse rate occurs often and approximately 14% to 26% still meet the diagnostic guidelines for bulimia months and even years later.

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