Anorexia Nervosa: When Food Is the Enemy (Teen Health Library of Eating Disorder Prevention) download epub
by Erica Smith
Bibliographic Details . Specifically written for teens in need of help, each book defines and describes bulimia, anorexia, compulsive eating, and compulsive exercise, and then goes on to consider one topic in some depth.
Bibliographic Details Publisher: Rosen Pub Group. Publication Date: 1998. Binding: Library Binding. Book Condition: Good. The risks and causes are explored, as well as avenues of treatment and recovery.
Subject Heading: Anorexia nervosa-Juvenile literature. I remember exactly when the anorexia started. 1/2 /4. excerpt: I remember exactly when the anorexia started. I was with the school nurse because I got my period unexpectedly and needed a tampon. I was fourteen but got my first period when I was ten. I was very self-conscious.
Anorexia Nervosa - Can You Prevent Anorexia? What Is Anorexia? . Premature birth, low birth weight, or being part of a multiple birth
Anorexia Nervosa - Can You Prevent Anorexia? What Is Anorexia? . What they do know is when someone has it, they don’t eat enough food because they’re often trying to be perfect by being thin. They develop symptoms that make them sick and even threaten their life. Premature birth, low birth weight, or being part of a multiple birth. Can I Help Stop Anorexia? There are many things that you, your friends, family, and teachers can do to help ease the pressures that could lead your loved one developing anorexia, including the following: Tell her being extremely thin isn’t better.
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Describes the origins and symptoms of anorexia nervosa, who is at risk, why it develops in certain individuals, and how it can be controlled by healthy eating habits. Recently added by. ORPARClibrary, RSMC, SAIGONSTAR, MessiahEpiscopal, CHHSLibrary, jenng68. Format:Library Binding. ISBN13:9780823927661. Release Date:January 1998.
This book presents an unbiased and informed overview of anorexia nervosa, an illness with a high morality rate. Anorexia has the highest premature death rate of any mental illness and it occurs most often in our teenagers. There are new discoveries of the causes (and they are multiple) and treatments of anorexia, including some genetic, inherited, and physical ones.
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