Check Out Some Frequently Asked Questions About Eating Disorders
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HEALTH CONSEQUENCES OF BULIMIA ARE AS FOLLOWS:
- Electrolyte imbalance
- Dental problems
- Tooth decay
- Gum disease
- Ruptured esophagus, bleeding caused by straining to vomit
- Swollen salivary glands
- Bowel lesions
- Digestive problems
- Water retention
- Kidney problems
- Skin dryness
- Loss of sex interest
- Actuary risk of being overweight
- Lower life expectancy
Your consultant will provide you with the necessary tools to achieve a healthy state of mind and body. It’s up to you to use them.
An eating disorder is a very complex problem that is multifaceted and must be addressed on many sides. Types of eating disorders are: Anorexia Nervosa, Binge Eating, Compulsive Eating and Bulimia.
Is Advance Center For Eating Control an Inpatient or Outpatient Facility?
No, we are not an inpatient facility. We have in-person sessions, not virtual, as you that need personal connection. We don’t take any insurance, however, we are very affordable. We have over 20 years experience handling eating disorders with a very high success rate. An eating disorder does not go away by itself unless you get help.
Is Advance Center For Eating Control a diet center?
No, dieting is a negative feeling, a negative concept, with negative results. Dieting focuses on removal of symptoms (like treating a broken leg with a pain pill). Recovery means finding out why we use destructive eating and learning a different way of dealing with problems of food.