Warning Signs of Eating Disorders Kelso WA

Eating disorders frequently co-occur with other psychiatric disorders such as depression, substance abuse, and anxiety disorders. These are also the three most common eating disorders. All three have severe consequences to a person’s immediate and long-term health and can cause death.Eating disorders are characterized by an abnormal obsession with food and weight.

Drug Abuse Prevention Center
(360) 425-9600
621 Grade Street
Kelso, WA
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Kaiser Permanente
(360) 636-2400
1230 7th Avenue
Longview, WA
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Providence Addictions Recovery Center
(360) 414-8771
1322 Commerce Avenue
Longview, WA
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Drug Abuse Prevention Center
(360) 425-9210
600 Broadway
Longview, WA
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Residential short-term treatment (30 days or less), Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days), Outpatient
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Cowlitz Indian Tribe
(360) 575-3316
1055 9th Avenue
Longview, WA
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Awakenings
(360) 423-2806
206 1/2 NW 2nd Avenue
Kelso, WA
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First Place Inc
(360) 577-7442
1839 1st Avenue
Longview, WA
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Southwest Washington Safehaven
(360) 577-4340
1441 11th Avenue
Longview, WA
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Starting Point Inc
(360) 423-1563
1315 Hemlock Street
Longview, WA
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Outpatient
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Drug Abuse Prevention Ctr/Castle Rock
(360) 274-3262
2232 South Silverlake Road
Castle Rock, WA
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Warning Signs of Eating Disorders

One of the serious behavior problems is eating disorders that are extremely dangerous and can cause heart and kidney problems and even leads to death. Eating disorders are the symptoms of the underlying problems of a person’s life and not a sign that a person has a problem with food. Eating disorders involve serious disturbances in eating behavior, such as extreme and unhealthy reduction of food intake or severe overeating, as well as feelings of distress or extreme concern about body shape or weight. Researchers are investigating how and why initially voluntary behaviors, such as eating smaller or larger amounts of food than usual, at some point move beyond control in some people and develop into an eating disorder.

Dieting to a body weight leaner than needed for health is highly promoted by current fashion trends, sales campaigns for special foods, and in some activities and professions. Eating disorders frequently co-occur with other psychiatric disorders such as depression, substance abuse, and anxiety disorders. These are also the three most common eating disorders. All three have severe consequences to a person’s immediate and long-term health and can cause death.Eating disorders are characterized by an abnormal obsession with food and weight.

Eating disorders are much more noticed in women than in men. Environmental factors have a large influence on developing eating disorders but more research is being performed on hormonal imbalances, brain lesions and their ...

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