Are Eating Disorders Linked to Mental Health?

Are Eating Disorders Linked to Mental Health?

Eating disorders are classified as addictive behaviors and are linked to mental health conditions. Addictive behavior manifests itself in preoccupation with food and eating, withdrawal symptoms, continuation of disturbed eating behavior in spite of negative consequences, loss of control, and

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Staying Happy and Healthy in Recovery

Staying Happy and Healthy in Recovery

Recovery is a lifelong process that is not easy, but does not need to be miserable. Treatment teaches you how to replace old habits of using drugs or alcohol with healthy new ones and make a smooth transition into sober

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The Effects of Eating Disorders

The Effects of Eating Disorders

Many people turn to drugs or alcohol to relieve stress, depression, or anxiety. Some also turn to food for comfort. Food can become a problem for many people who experienced past trauma. Eating disorders come in many forms such as

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The Effects of Eating Disorders

What to Do When Healthy Eating Goes Too Far

Healthy eating in recovery is being discussed more and more lately, with science backing up the importance of diet for people struggling with addiction. Unfortunately, healthy eating can turn into an obsession and, before an individual realizes it, can become

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Eating Healthy in Sobriety Matters

Eating Healthy in Sobriety Matters

Eating healthy can take a person really far in recovery. The is a common belief in addiction recovery that when a person overcomes addiction that indulgence in bad foods is okay. Self restraint is good in recovery in all areas

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Try These Superfoods for Recovery

Superfoods are those great grocery items that are must haves on any food list for overall health and wellness. No matter how far along in recovery a person is, it is worth checking out some of the most healthy foods

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Foods to Eat for a Low Inflammation Lifestyle

Foods to Eat for a Low Inflammation Lifestyle

Inflammation is a big word right now in health and wellness circles. Everyone seems to be wanting to ‘decrease inflammation,’ but what exactly that means varies depending whom is asked. Part of the reason is changing research which is looking

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