Bulimia Articles A-Z
Bulimia Warning Signs - Treatment for Bulimia
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- Bulimia Warning Signs
Some signs of bulimia may be obvious, like excessive weight loss and use of diet pills. However, as this eMedTV article explains, other bulimia warning signs may be more subtle, such as swollen cheeks and teeth that look "clear."
This eMedTV page covers bulimia, an eating disorder in which a person binges and then uses laxatives, pills, or vomiting to purge the food from the body. This page lists various causes and treatment options. Bullemia is a common misspelling of bulimia.
- Effects of Bulimia
As this eMedTV Web page explains, the effects of bulimia can be seen in the heart, skin, teeth, and psyche. This article explains how the effects are extensive and can be felt even after the disease has been successfully treated.
- Information on Bulimia
As this eMedTV resource explains, bulimia is an eating disorder in which a person engages in repeated cycles of binging and purging. This article provides some basic information on this condition, including some of the most common bulimia symptoms.
- Signs of Bulemia
This eMedTV page lists common signs of bulimia, such as secretive behaviors regarding food and obsession with weight. Psychiatric illnesses, such as anxiety, may also be present. Signs of bulemia is a common misspelling/variation of bulimia symptoms.
- Symptoms of Bulemia
An obsession with one's weight is one of the more common bulimia symptoms, as is binging and purging. This eMedTV page lists a few more and links to more information. Symptoms of bulemia is a common misspelling and variation of bulimia symptoms.
- Treatment for Bulimia
As this eMedTV article explains, bulimia treatment often involves a combination of psychotherapy, nutritional counseling, and medication. This resource discusses these options in detail and explains how no one method works in all cases.