For most people, exercise is an important component of living a healthy, satisfying life. Being physically active can improve your brain health, reduce the risk for disease, and strengthen your [...] Read More
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Is it possible to have an eating disorder without having body image concerns? The short answer is: yes. Body image and eating disorders are often significantly interrelated, but not always. [...] Read More
Eating disorders, such as bulimia nervosa, can negatively impact your health in different ways. Bulimia is an eating disorder characterized by cycles of binge eating followed by compensatory behaviors. Compensatory [...] Read More
Contributor: Staff at Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center Bulimia nervosa, often referred to as bulimia, is an eating disorder that can affect a person’s quality of life across multiple domains — [...] Read More
Anorexia is one of the deadliest mental illnesses because of the impact it can have on your physical health. Recovering from anorexia requires mental health treatment and medical care. During [...] Read More
Eating disorders are complex mental health conditions. There are several factors that can contribute to someone developing an eating disorder. Poor body image is a risk factor. Media, including TikTok, [...] Read More
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