Night Eating Syndrome: The Rarely Recognized Eating Disorder

When it comes to the discussion of eating disorders, night eating syndrome is a rarely recognized and often poorly understood condition.

Impact of Electrolyte Imbalances In People With Eating Disorders

Electrolyte imbalances are a relatively common occurrence in people suffering from long-term eating disorders, especially eating disorders associated with some form of self

Non-Purging Bulimia vs. Purging Bulimia: Differentiating These Two Sub-Types

Most descriptions and media representations of bulimia nervosa fixate on binge eating and purging, usually via self-induced vomiting.

Emaciation and Eating Disorders: Is It A Common Occurrence?

The term “emaciation” refers to a state of being extremely gaunt and weak. Emaciation in human beings is a symptom of critical malnourishment and starvation.

Gaining Weight After Anorexia and Bulimia: How Long Does It Take?

Extreme weight loss is a common symptom of several different eating disorders, especially more severe conditions like bulimia nervosa and anorexia nervosa.

What Are The Causes and Symptoms of Refeeding Syndrome?

Prior to receiving treatment, people with long-term eating disorders often suffer from severe malnutrition or borderline starvation.

Cathartic Colon Linked to Bulimia and Laxative Abuse

New research shows a link between people with cathartic colon disease and the eating disorder bulimia.

Can Antidepressants Like Sertraline Help Treat Anorexia?

People with anorexia nervosa have an intense fear of gaining weight.

How Starving Yourself Will Affect Your Skin and Nails

Eating disorders are complex psychological illnesses that will wreak havoc with your body. No part of your body will escape the stress that a lack of fuel causes.

Can Anorexia Nervosa Cause Anemia?

Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder that causes people to starve themselves out of fear of gaining weight.