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Find the Best Oregon Eating Disorder Treatment Centers

Food-related disorders can be as insidious as any substance abuse problem. Frequently the problem begins subtly, inside the body, and as you work to keep weight off you are wreaking havoc on your organs. Eating disorders frequently go hand in hand with a dual diagnosis with other behavioral disorders or chemical dependencies. This is why it is crucial you get yourself, your spouse or your child help right away if you are battling anorexia nervosa, bulimia or another eating disorder. Luckily, there are 150 recovery clinics in Oregon in communities such as Beaverton and Eugene. This means you can get eating disorder services locally or get out of your own state for a change of pace. Whether you're trying to locate executive bulimia-nervosa abuse treatments, out-patient bulimia-nervosa rehab or something in between, our toll-free number advisors can make things far easier on you at (888) 997-3147.


 
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OR Bulimia Nervosa Recovery Resources

When you're looking for the best bulimia recovery Oregon has, you can either peruse the entries here in our exhaustive treatment directory, or call to get specialized help from one of our eating disorder help line representatives. Eating disorders, like narcotic or prescription drug abuse problems, are specific to every person, so a person will want to be comfortable with the outpatient bulimia nervosa clinic or residential program you're using to have the best chance of avoiding relapse. OR bulimia nervosa rehab facilities will help you obtain control over this debilitating disorder so you can get back to leading a healthy life.

Effects of Bulimia Nervosa

Short-term Effects of Bulimia Long-term Effects of Bulimia Signs and Symptoms of Bulimia
  • "Chipmunk cheeks"
  • Food obsession
  • Severe tooth erosion
  • Laxative, diuretic and enema use
  • Swollen salivary glands

Oregon Bulimia Centers and Programs

Rehabilitation 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.

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Oregon Anorexia-Nervosa Recovery Resources

Oregon anorexia-nervosa rehab centers offer eating disorder treatment to fit any personal requirements. For some, that will mean executive programs and for others high-end care. With a no-charge helpline to our trained service advisors, on-hand round the clock, you can get connected with a top rated program in OR, determine your insurance coverage and more. Whether you're looking for luxury outpatient anorexia-nervosa clinic or residential program, we can offer support. Most programs will also be able to address anorexia with a dual-diagnosis, such as a alcohol or drug addiction, as this is rather common with anorexics. Regain control today.

Effects of Anorexia Nervosa

Short-term Effects of Anorexia Long-term Effects of Anorexia
  • Suicide
  • Dying
  • Bone damage
  • Depression
  • Heart, brain and kidney damage
Signs and Symptoms of Anorexia
  • Laxative, diuretic and enema use
  • Carefully monitoring food
  • Irrational fear of weight gain
  • Weighing much less than normal
  • Dry skin, particularly on hands

Oregon Anorexia Centers and Programs

Rehabilitation 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.

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Sunspire Health The Rosebriar 636 14th Street
Astoria, OR 97103
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Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation 1901 Esther Street
Newberg, OR 97132
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Trusted Resources
Enterotoxemia (Overeating Disease) in Sheep and Goats
www.aces.edu
Enterotoxemia, also known as overeating or pulpy kidney disease, is a condition caused by the absorption of a large amount of toxins from the intestines.
Self-Help Books for Eating Issues
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Overcoming Overeating. New York: Fawcett Crest. Johnston, Anita A. (1996). Eating in the Light of the Moon: How Women Can Let Go of Compulsive Eating.
Eating Disorders DSM-IV 307.50 Eating Disorders, Not Otherwise ...
www.ecu.edu
DSM-IV 307.50 Eating Disorders, Not Otherwise Specified. Binge Eating Disorder : recurrent episodes of binge eating in the absence of the regular.

Determining the perfect eating disorder addiction treatment Oregon has available is as painless as using our help line toll-free or reading through our treatment directory further down this page. The rates of occurrence of eating disorders among women is high, with as many as 10% reporting symptoms and signs of an eating disorder. The harm eating disorders do to bulimics and anorexics is rarely as easy to spot as as a person becoming skinnier or heavier. The effects on a person's internal organs may be considerable and hidden as well as irreversible. Whether you're looking for private therapies, executive addiction treatment in Oregon or simply a OR out-patient program, it is important you don't put it off further. Call (888) 997-3147 today - you can take control over your habits!


Where to Find an Eating Disorder Rehab in Oregon