Discovering a Suitable Treatment for Children and Adolescents with Eating Disorders Washington DC

Recovery from eating disorders is possible. If you are the parent of a child with an eating disorder you probably already monitor meals, friends and activities. Two new studies from researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital tell us there is now a need for monitoring your child’s internet use, and pre-teen weight loss in seemingly healthy children.

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Discovering a Suitable Treatment for Children and Adolescents with Eating Disorders

Illnesses with a biological origin inclined and altered by emotional and cultural factors are called as eating disorders. The professionals and the public do not recognize the eating disorder changes due to insufficient information about eating disorders. Eating disorders are serious. They are potentially life threatening and there is help available. Recovery from eating disorders is possible. If you are the parent of a child with an eating disorder you probably already monitor meals, friends and activities. Two new studies from researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital tell us there is now a need for monitoring your child’s internet use, and pre-teen weight loss in seemingly healthy children. Watch out for bad advice from pro-eating disorder websites. One study indicates that pro-eating disorder websites may promote dangerous behaviors in adolescents with eating disorders. The second study indicates that pre-teens with eating disorders tend to lose weight more quickly than adolescents with the condition and weigh comparatively less at diagnosis.Researchers found that about half of the patients surveyed said they had visited websites about eating disorders. A huge percentage of these teens reported they had learned new dieting and purging techniques. Researchers are also finding that pro-eating disorder site visitors tend to have a longer duration of disease, spent less time on schoolwork and spent more time online each...

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