Eating Disorders (ED) alter eating habits.
Their onset is prevalent during adolescence (especially the female sex) but onset can also be found in adulthood, with the increase in requests for the treatment of eating disorders by women and men over 30 years
Suffering from an Eating Disorder disrupts a person’s life and limits their relational, work and social abilities.
It is important to start a psychological and multidisciplinary path to address and solve the eating disorder, restoring a healthy and balanced relationship with food.
The main behavioral disorders are::
- Nervous anorexia;
- Nervous bulimia;
- Uncontrolled eating disorder (or Binge Eating Disorder, BED);
- Feeding Disorders;
- Eating disorders under threshold.
– Women who suffer from eating disorders fear being discovered. They need distance just so as not to be seen as they really are: fragile beings –