Find the Best Connecticut Eating Disorder Treatment Centers
Eating disorders can be as detrimental to your health as any chemical dependency. In some cases, the greatest problem begins quietly, inside the body, and as you struggle to keep weight off you are causing harm to your muscles and organs. Eating disorders are frequently coupled with a dual-diagnosis with other mental disorders or substance addictions. This is why it is critical you get help for yourself, your friend or your loved one as soon as you can if you are battling anorexia-nervosa, bulimia-nervosa or another food-related issue. Fortunately, there are 99 addiction recovery programs in Connecticut in cities such as . This means you can either get treatment for your eating disorder locally or seek help in another area. Whether you're looking for executive bulimia abuse treatments, out-patient anorexia nervosa rehab or something in between, our no-charge phone line advisors can assist you at (888) 997-3147.
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CT Bulimia Recovery Resources
When you're seeking the best-quality bulimia-nervosa addiction treatment Connecticut provides, you can either view the entries here in our thorough treatment directory, or call to get individualized assistance from one of our eating disorder call center advisors. Eating disorders, like alcohol or drug addictions, are specific to each person, so you should be comfortable with the outpatient bulimia clinic or in-patient facility you've chosen to have the best chance of successful treatment. CT bulimia nervosa recovery clinics will help you get the upper hand on this costly disorder so you can return to leading a healthy life.
Effects of Bulimia NervosaShort-term Effects of Bulimia
- Extreme depression
- Heart issues
- Mood swings
- Constant cold feeling
- Immune system problems
- Chronic acid reflux
- Teeth problems
- Breath smells
- Frequent weight fluctuations
- Enlarged glands in the neck
- Food secrecy
- "Chipmunk cheeks"
Connecticut Bulimia Centers and ProgramsRehabilitation and Recovery from Bulimia Nervosa
Put a healthy end to the addictive cycle of bulimia today by talking to a knowledgable treatment advisor who can help you find the best services.
Connecticut Anorexia Treatment Resources
Connecticut anorexia nervosa rehabilitation programs offer eating disorder treatment to fit any requirements. For some, that will mean private programs and for others high-end care. With a free of charge call to our trained advisors, on-hand anytime, day or night, you can get connected to a perfect clinic in CT, determine insurance coverage and more. Whether you're looking for executive outpatient anorexia-nervosa clinic or in-patient facility, we can offer help. Most programs will also be able to address anorexia with a dual diagnosis, such as a alcohol or drug addiction, as this is quite common with anorexics. We can help you take control of your food-related issues.
Effects of Anorexia NervosaShort-term Effects of Anorexia
- "Looking" fat even when thin
- Obsession with food
- Irrational fear of weight gain
- Laxative, diuretic and enema use
Connecticut Anorexia Centers and ProgramsRehabilitation and Recovery from Bulimia Nervosa
Every day you spend fighting anorexia makes it harder for your body to recover. Make the right choice and get help today.
Canaan, CT 06018
New Haven, CT 06512
Ridgefield, CT 06877
Bulimia Nervosa. Edited by Shane R. Jimerson, Ph.D. Contributed to by the Graduate Students in the Counseling, Clinical, andSchool Psychology Program at ...
21 Aug 2013 ... Washington University researchers have found that some of the same genes likely are involved in alcohol dependence and eating disorders.
Anorexia Nervosa is a condition occurs when a person has a distorted image of her own body and refuses to eat enough to stay healthy for fear of getting fat.
Locating the best-rated eating disorder rehab Connecticut has to offer is as easy as using our toll-free help line or visiting the listings on our treatment directory further down this page. The occurrence rate of anorexia nervosa and bulimia among women is frightening, with as many as 10% reporting eating disorder symptoms. The damage eating disorders do to the body of a bulimic or anorexic is often more difficult to spot than as weight gain or loss. The effects on a person's bone health and vital organs may be dire and hidden as well as irreversible. Whether you're looking for exclusive therapies, exclusive treatment in Connecticut or simply a CT outpatient program, it is critical you don't put it off further. Call (888) 997-3147 today - it may be the most important call of your life!