Eating disorders are complex and life-threatening illnesses that can result in serious health consequences and death. It can affect people of all ages, from children to the elderly. The highly skilled doctors and dietitians on staff at NPPD Care are known for giving their patients the greatest medical care and support.
What Is Eating Disorder?
Eating disorders are complex and life-threatening illnesses that can result in serious health consequences and death. Mortality rates from eating disorders vary according to study, eating disorder classification, cause of death and the presumption of causality from the disorder, and length of follow-up. An extreme alteration in eating patterns, as well as associated thoughts and emotions, characteristics eating disorders as a serious mental health problem. Typically, those who have ED grow unhealthy obsessions with food and their appearance, such as their weight or size.
Who Needs This Program?
Eating disorders can affect people of all ages, from children to the elderly. However, research reveal that eating problems are most common during adolescence and early adulthood. As a result, based on age, teenage girls and young women have the biggest risk factor for developing eating disorders.
Why You Need This Program Today?
A family tree: People who have parents or siblings who have had eating disorders are far more prone to develop an eating disorder.
Other mental health problems: People who have an eating disorder frequently have a history of anxiety, depression, or obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Dieting and fasting: Dieting increases the likelihood of having an eating disorder. Starvation has an effect on the brain, influencing mood changes, rigidity of thought, anxiety, and hunger reduction. Many of the signs of an eating disorder are essentially indicators of famine, according to research. In sensitive individuals, starvation and weight loss may alter the way the brain functions, perpetuating restrictive eating practices and making it difficult to return to regular eating habits.
Stress: Whether it’s starting college, moving, starting a new career, or dealing with a family or relationship issue, change can cause stress, which may raise your chance of developing an eating disorder.
How Is NPPD Care Going To Help You?
The highly skilled doctors and dietitians on staff at NPPD Care are known for giving their patients the greatest medical care and support. We want to work together to improve your overall functioning, health, and mood. Your medical expert will monitor your progress and make any required adjustments.