There are a lot of misconceptions about what causes eating disorders, and as a parent of a child who may be struggling with an eating disorder, it can be difficult to understand why this is happening to your child. How do eating disorders develop? In this blog post, you’ll find that there are many factors that may contribute to the problem.
Anorexia. Bulimia. Binge eating disorder. Eating disorders like these have many negative health consequences ranging from tooth decay, organ damage, malnutrition and even death. But, can an eating disorder cause hair loss or thinning hair?
As a parent of a child with an eating disorder, it can be hard to watch them struggle with something so serious. You may be asking yourself, “will my child’s eating disorder go away on its own?” or “what can I do to help my child recover?” Eating disorders will not solve themselves, however, treatment for eating disorders has come a long way and your child can recover and live a healthier and happier life with a long-term treatment plan.
When most people think about people who suffer from eating disorders, they tend to picture females. And, make no mistake, eating disorders in females are far more prevalent than they are in the male population. However, according to data from the National Institute of Mental Health, 10 million males will suffer from an eating disorder
As parents, few things can make us feel more isolated than finding out one of our own children is suffering from an eating disorder. However, teenage eating disorders are surprisingly common in the United States. Although most people choose not to speak openly about it, thousands of families across the country know what you’re going
After you decide to seek professional help for your child’s eating disorder, the next step is to figure out how you’ll pay for it. In this post, we’ll explore some of the most common ways people pay for eating disorder treatment.
Eating disorders are complex mental health problems that often include a host of underlying or co-occurring conditions. Make sure the members of the staff—with whom your child will interact—are not only kind and compassionate, but well trained to care for eating disorders in children.
Adolescent Growth is a family owned and operated treatment center for teens aged 12-17. Since our inception we have proudly held the Gold Seal of Accreditation from the Joint Commission, an internationally recognized accreditation body. We specialize in treating teens with mental health disorders, eating disorders, substance abuse and co-occurring disorders