Addiction Topic: Food Addictions and Eating Disorders (p. 1 of 1)

  • Suffering from Bulimia Nervosa? You're not alone!

    Suffering from Bulimia Nervosa? You're not alone!

    Bulimia is an Eating Disorder that requires Cognitive Therapy Eating disorders such as Bulimia Nervosa are extremely serious and without medical help, therapy and possibly intervention can be life threatening. Bulimia is much more common among women than men but that's not to say they aren't affected by this serious eating disorder also.
    Define Bulimia Nervosa Bulimia Nervosa is generally...

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  • Food Addiction and the Brain

    Food Addiction and the Brain

    Food Addiction, why are some people addicted to food and others aren’t? The definition of Food Addiction is pretty straight forward and no different than an addiction to illicit drugs really. This term (food addiction) simply means compulsive, impulsive, loss of control, secretive, binge eating and cravings for food. No matter what the negative consequence or result may be. The only...

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