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  1. A. B. C. of Eating: Coping with Anorexia, Bulimia and Compulsive Eating by Joy Melville, 1983-11-03
  2. Anorexia and Bulimia: Anatomy of a Social Epidemic by Richard A. Gordon, 1992-01
  3. The Deadly Diet: Recovering from Anorexia and Bulimia
  4. Handbook of Psychotherapy for Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia
  5. Handbook of Psychotherapy for Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia
  6. Bulimia Is A Dental Disease by Brian McKay, 2008-10-20
  7. It Started With Pop-Tarts... An Alternative Approach to Winning the Battle of Bulimia by Lori Hanson, 2008-04-01
  8. Anorexia & Bulimia: Your Questions Answered (Element Guide Series) by Julia Buckroyd, 1996-03
  9. HOPE AND RECOVERY - A Mother-Daughter Story About Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia, and Manic Depression by Emma Lou; Markosian, Becky Thayne Thayne, 1992
  10. Integrative Group Treatment for Bulimia Nervosa by Helen RiessM.D., Mary Dockray-Miller, 2002-03-15
  11. The Eating Disorders Update: Understanding Anorexia, Bulimia, and Binge Eating (Disease Update) by Alvin Silverstein, Virginia B. Silverstein, et all 2008-07
  12. Coping With Bulimia: The Binge/Purge Syndrome (Thorsons Health) by Barbara French, 1997-10-08
  13. Clinician's Guide: Getting Better Bit(e) by Bit(e): A Survival Kit for Sufferers of Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorders by Janet Treasure, Ulrike Schmidt, 1997-05-01
  14. Coping Strategies Therapy for Bulimia Nervosa by David L. Tobin, 2000-03

81. Anorexia Nervosa
Describes what anorexia is, some of the key characteristics and how it differs from bulimia. There are also references for more information. This site is sponsored by AAFP (American Academy of Family Physicians).

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What is anorexia nervosa?
Anorexia nervosa is an illness that usually occurs in teenage girls, but it can also occur in teenage boys, and adult women and men. People with anorexia are obsessed with being thin. They lose a lot of weight and are terrified of gaining weight. They believe they are fat even though they are very thin. Anorexia isn't just a problem with food or weight. It's an attempt to use food and weight to deal with emotional problems. Return to top
What is the difference between anorexia and bulimia?
People with anorexia starve themselves, avoid high-calorie foods and exercise constantly. People with bulimia eat huge amounts of food, but they throw up soon after eating, or take laxatives or diuretics (water pills) to keep from gaining weight. People with bulimia don't usually lose as much weight as people with anorexia. Return to top
Why do people get anorexia?

82. Bulimia Nervosa - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
bulimia nervosa, an eating disorder more commonly known as bulimia, A personis classified as having bulimia when he or she feels incapable of
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(Redirected from Bulimia Bulimia nervosa Bulimia nervosa , an eating disorder more commonly known as bulimia , is a psychological condition in which the subject engages in recurrent binge eating followed by intentionally doing one or more of the following in order to compensate for the intake of the food and prevent weight gain: A person is classified as having bulimia when he or she feels incapable of controlling the urge to binge, even during the binge itself, when he or she consumes a larger amount of food than a person would normally consume at one sitting, and when such behavior occurs at least twice per week for three months. Bulimia is a pathology that sometimes involves body image and the desperate desire to appear thin. The majority of bulimic patients are young females from 10 to 25 years old, although the disorder can occur in people of all ages and both sexes. Bulimia is often less about food, and more to do with deep psychological issues and profound feelings of lack of control. Binge/purge episodes can be severe, sometimes involving rapid and out of control feeding that stops when the sufferers "are interrupted by another person . . . or [when] their stomach hurts from over-extension . . . This cycle may be repeated several times a week or, in serious cases, several times a day."

83. Clínica Jorge Jaber - Psiquiatria E Dependência Química
Cl­nica especializada em dependªncia qu­mica e recupera§£o. Tratamento para diversos tipos de distºrbios mentais tais como depress£o, fobias, transtorno obsessivo compulsivo (TOC), obesidade, anorexia, bulimia, e esquizofrenia.
English A Clínica Jorge Jaber oferece um tratamento personalizado para os mais diversos tipos de diagnósticos de distúrbios mentais tais como: depressão, fobias, transtorno obsessivo compulsivo (TOC), obesidade, anorexia, bulimia, esquizofrenia etc. mais detalhes O tratamento dos distúrbios na utilização de substâncias químicas é feito com três objetivos primordiais: abstinência (desintoxicação), agregação social e reformulação do estilo de vida dos pacientes que usam substâncias químicas (álcool, maconha, cocaína, ectasy e outras drogas) e que levam o indivíduo a apresentar um significativo prejuízo em sua vida. mais detalhes Clínica participa do XVII Congresso Brasileiro da ABEAD Clínica Jorge Jaber, 29/08/2005 Ex-paciente escreve livro sobre seu envolvimento com as drogas e cita o Dr. Jorge Jaber Clínica Jorge Jaber, 23/08/2005 Clínica faz palestra para cerca de 300 síndicos na Barra da Tijuca Clínica Jorge Jaber, 21/07/2005 Clínica recebe prêmio na Jornada da APERJ Clínica Jorge Jaber, 01/07/2005 Clínica assina convênio com centro de recuperação norte-americano Clínica Jorge Jaber, 01/07/2005

84. Bulimia In Athletes
bulimia, which is more common than anorexia, describes a cycle of bingeing and bulimia can begin when restrictive diets fail, or the feeling of hunger
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  • 85. Welkom Bij Stichting IMET
    Behandelinstituut voor eetstoornissen zoals bulimia nervosa, anorexia nervosa, en B.E.D.
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    Over IMET is een boek verschenen: Titel: 'Ik zal stil naar je luisteren'. Voor meer informatie over dit boek: klik links op 'Boek over de methode IMET'. welkom bij Stichting IMET. Stichting IMET is een gespecialiseerd behandelinstituut voor mensen die lijden aan een vorm van angst-, dwang- of identiteitsproblemen. Bekende vormen daarvan zijn: In principe gaat het om gedragingen die ontstaan zijn uit frustraties en als compensatie gebruikt worden om te overleven. Het team van behandelaars bestaat uit vrijgevestigde therapeuten die op verschillende locaties in het hele land werken. Zie daarvoor de locaties Alle behandelaars zijn professioneel eclectisch therapeut. Voordat een behandelaar met Stichting IMET kan samenwerken, heeft deze een interne opleiding bij IMET voltooid. De werkwijze van Stichting IMET, Instituut voor Mentaal-Emotieve Training , is geïnspireerd door de visie van de Canadese eetstoornisspecialist Peggy Claude-Pierre en aangepast aan de mogelijkheden van ambulante behandeling . In de loop van de tijd zijn de behandelingen uitgebreid naar andere klachten die dezelfde veroorzakers en instandhouders kennen. Stichting IMET onderscheidt zich van praktisch alle andere gespecialiseerde behandelcentra door zowel de oorzaken , als de instandhouders en de symptomen integraal te behandelen. De ervaring heeft geleerd dat dit de grootste kansen biedt op een definitieve oplossing van het behandelde probleem.

    86. Bulimia Nervosa
    bulimia Nervosa. Dying to Be Thin Understanding and Defeating AnorexiaNervosa and bulimia Dying to Be Thin Understanding and Defeating Anorexia

    87. Odchudzanie I Jego Skutki, Czyli Wszystko O Anoreksji, Bulimi I Depresji.
    Anoreksja, bulimia, anoreksja bulimiczna.
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    88. St. Petersburg Times Online: Floridian
    Terri suffered from an eating disorder known as bulimia nervosa, commonly calledbulimia. Her bulimia and coma were products of her loss of self.
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    The lost lesson of Terri Schiavo
    By GARY D. FOX Published October 26, 2003 In November 1992, a jury in Clearwater returned a verdict in favor of Terri and Michael Schiavo for more than $6.8-million. The jury found that Terri had been the victim of substandard medical care that caused, in part, her coma. The jury also found that Terri was partly at fault and the verdict was reduced accordingly, to about $2-million. I was the lead trial lawyer for Terri and Michael. I have followed from afar the saga of the Schiavo family since the trial. The battles over whether to disconnect Terri's life support have been extensively covered in the media. What has not been widely reported is the cause of Terri's coma. By all accounts, Terri was a fine young woman. She had a good job, a good marriage and many friends. Most who knew Terri, however, were unaware that she was sick. Terri suffered from an eating disorder known as bulimia nervosa, commonly called bulimia. The disease causes its victims to overeat ("binge") and soon thereafter vomit ("purge"). The cycle of binging and purging is extremely dangerous. The human heart, to work properly, requires a balance of the body's electrolytes. Vomiting can upset the electrolyte balance and cause abnormal heart rhythms that can lead to heart attack. That is what happened to Terri. One night, Terri purged, which caused her potassium level to drop low enough to cause a heart attack. Before fire rescue arrived and took her to the hospital, Terri's brain had been deprived of oxygen for long enough to produce catastrophic brain damage.

    89. Centro Per Lo Studio E La Terapia Dei Disturbi Dell'Alimentazione E Del Peso
    Centro per lo studio e la terapia dei disturbi dell'alimentazione e del peso, come l'anoressia e la bulimia nervosa, l'obesit  e il B.E.D. (Binge Eating Disorder).
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    Il CeSTeDAP Centro per lo studio e la terapia dei Disturbi dell'Alimentazione e del Peso ) si configura come spazio, dove professionisti di varia formazione, con competenza specifica nei DCA disturbi del comportamento alimentare ), collaborano al fine di promuovere l'approfondimento delle conoscenze e la messa a punto di protocolli di cura aggiornati e moderni, che abbiano dato prove di efficacia nella terapia dei disturbi del comportamento alimentare - anoressia nervosa bulimia nervosa , disturbi dell'alimentazione N.A.S. (tra cui il Binge Eating Disorder )- e dell' Il CeSTeDAP Centro per lo studio e la terapia dei Disturbi dell'Alimentazione e del Peso
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    90. Bulimia Nervosa, ED-1003-2001
    Angell bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by binging and purgingbehaviors. Some common behaviors may include the use of selfinduced.
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    Eating Disorders Awareness: Bulimia Nervosa
    Deborah L. Angell There are two types of bulimia nervosa, purging type and non-purging type. The common behaviors of the purging type include the use of self-induced vomiting, laxatives, and diuretics. Non-purging bulimics use other compensatory behaviors including fasting and excessive exercise to prevent weight gain. The causes of bulimia nervosa are unclear. It is known that pressure to conform to a cultural ideal of thinness influences abnormal dieting behavior and low self-esteem can result from being unable to achieve this ideal. The self-image of a person with bulimia nervosa is closely connected to their weight and they pay a great deal of attention to how they look. The beginning of bulimia nervosa often follows dieting behaviors that begin during adolescence. Very low calorie diets often promote binge eating due to being deprived of not only fuel but pleasurable foods. This is followed by intense feelings of guilt for losing control of eating. Guilt may be accompanied by mood swings and is relieved by purging the calories from the body. When this behavior is repeated, a cycle of binging and purging begins. Times of emotional stress can worsen the binge/purge cycle. This cycle can occur occasionally or several times a day. As bulimia nervosa progresses, a person adjusts their lifestyle to accommodate their behaviors. A person with bulimia nervosa will become very secretive about eating to protect their habit. These lifestyle changes cause feelings of isolation, self-deprecating thoughts, depression, and continued decline of self-esteem. A person with bulimia nervosa realizes they are engaging in abnormal behavior. In fact, they spend a great deal of time planning and carrying out binge/purge behaviors in secret so others are unaware. This is unlike anorexics who are often unaware of their disorder.

    91. NDCA - Núcleo De Doenças Do Comportamento Alimentar
    Fornece informa§£o sobre as doen§as do comportamento alimentar como a anorexia, bulimia nervosas, e a obesidade.

    92. Eating - Facts On Bulimia Nervosa": Bulimia
    bulimia Nervosa involves frequent episodes of binge eating, almost always followedby purging and intense feelings of guilt or shame.
    Facts on Bulimia Nervosa
    Bulimia Nervosa involves frequent episodes of binge eating, almost always followed by purging and intense feelings of guilt or shame. The individual feels out of control and recognizes that the behavior is not normal. Bulimia Danger Signals:
    • bingeing, or eating uncontrollably purging by strict dieting, fasting, vigorous exercise, vomiting or abusing laxatives or diuretics in an attempt to lose weight using the bathroom frequently after meals preoccupation with body weight depression or mood swings irregular periods developing dental problems, swollen cheek glands, heartburn and/or bloating experiencing personal or family problems with alcohol or drugs
    Physical complications:
    • gastrointestinal problems: irritation of esophagus, stomach, salivary glands and throat from persistent vomiting damaged or discolored teeth: gastric acids erode enamel lung irritation: choking while vomiting causes food particles to lodge in lungs, causing inflammation chronic loss of bodily fluids: depletes blood potassium, sodium and chloride levels, resulting in muscle

    93. ALDA - Asociación Civil De Lucha Contra Los Desórdenes Aliminetarios
    bulimia, anorexia nerviosa, obesidad infantojuvenil, prevenci³n y tratamiento. Grupos de autoayuda.

    94. Bulimia - Bulimia Nervosa Better Known As Bulimia Is One Of The Eating Disorders
    Rader Programs Specializing in the Treatment of all Eating Disorders includingAnorexia, bulimia and Compulsive Overeating. Treatment programs nationwide.
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    Bulimia Nervosa
    Bulimia Nervosa is a disorder where the main characteristics are binge eating and compensatory behaviors in order to prevent weight gain. Bulimics are caught in the devastating and addictive binge-purge cycle. For individuals suffering from Bulimia Nervosa, the binge can be seen as a reward within itself and a way to cope with daily stresses and feelings. Bulimic binges usually consist of a larger than normal quantity of food, that typically are high in caloric intake. For individuals with Bulimia Nervosa, the binge eating usually occurs in secrecy and rarely in the presence of others. The types of food vary but are often sweet and/or high in fat content. Some binges are planned in advance by the Bulimic, but generally they are impulsive. Triggers for binges in Bulimia Nervosa include dysphoric mood, interpersonal stressors, boredom, prolonged dieting, and body image dissatisfaction. The binge eating in Bulimia Nervosa may temporarily numb the negative feelings, but this state is quickly followed by feelings of failure. The Bulimic is often ashamed of their binges and views the Bulimic behavior as a loss of control and a reason for low self-esteem. This is why it is often hard for Bulimics to come forward and seek help.

    95. Altar A Mia
    Promueve la bulimia y los des³rdenes alimenticios en general.
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    96. Eating Disorder Treatment - Anorexia Bulimia And Compulsive Overeating Anorexia
    Rader Programs Specializing in the Treatment of all Eating Disorders includingAnorexia, bulimia and Compulsive Overeating. Treatment programs nationwide.
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    The treatment staff at Rader Programs has been providing the highest quality eating disorders treatment for over 20 years. It is our mission to help save the lives of those suffering from these devastating disorders. Our staff of caring and experienced professionals, many who are recovering themselves, assist the affected individual and their family in developing a life long program for recovery. We recognize the complexity of eating disorders and understand the emotional, physical, nutritional, exercise, family and social components. Our treatment approach is centered on the special needs of each individual and we provide a nurturing, supportive environment to help individuals achieve recovery.

    97. ANOREXIA
    Guia sobre los trastornos alimentarios anorexia, bulimia y alimentaci³n compulsiva. Gu­a para padres y amigos. Gu­a para educadores. Gu­a de tratamientos. Prevenci³n y detecci³n precoz. Foro. Desde Valencia.
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    98. Bulimia
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    99. Anorexia And Bulimia Eating Disorders New Therapy Treatment - Ensbay Book
    By Dave MacEwan. Explains the counselor's new therapy for the treatment of anorexia and bulimia eating disorders; offers key resources, interactive quiz, and free book.
    Author Excerpts Gen Info Resources ... Order This web site provides hope, treatment resources, body mass evaluation, an interactive quiz, and a dynamic new therapy to help anorexia and bulimia eating disorders sufferers, their supporters, and therapists establish a complete recovery. Currently, our Trilogy (3 books in 1) explaining this therapy is selling for only $5.00 , including free shipping and handling To further demonstrate our committment, we are now offering a totally free book to those unable to afford the cost.
    The Spark of Life Trilogy may help save a loved one's life, or at the least, provide supporters a comforting calm by explaining all aspects of an effective new treatment for anorexia and bulimia sufferers. The author is a licensed counselor who successfully guided his soul mate toward a permanent spark of life through the pervasive dreary darkness of her severely incapacitating eating disorders. Read the amazing real life stories of how he helped his mate overcome the baffling bleakness of bulimia (book 1) over a few years and the absolute agony of severe anorexia (book 2) in a mere half year using his very own therapy (book 3). The third book provides an easily understood methodical explanation of how this dynamic new therapy was applied in the first book on bulimia and in the second on severe anorexia. The Trilogy is not a "war story" glorifying the horrors of eating disorders sufferers, but it is more a practical solution filled guide of what exactly should be done by those sufferers, their supporters, and therapists to effect the most affordable and longest lasting recovery possible. Amidst his prolonged assistance, the author was able to discover the

    100. All About Bulimia Nervosa: A Booklet From The Mental Health Foundation
    All About Bulmia Nervosa A booklet for those wanting to know more about bulimianervosa.

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