Friday, June 10, 2016
Not getting enough rest can mess up your entire day. It’s as if you are an electronic device that works best after it’s been plugged in for 8 hours a night. A good night of sleep can help enhance your problem solving skills, creativity, memory, learning ability, and more. Being sleep deprived is commonly linked with mood swings, depression, suicidal thoughts, and a lack of motivation. Many times people with a binge eating disorder are associated with sleep deprived behaviors. Aspire Wellness has adolescent binge eating disorder treatment programs that put a large focus on sleeping well at night. Those who have eating disorders are often stressed which make it difficult to fall asleep and this creates poor sleep habits.
Thursday, June 9, 2016
Aspire Wellness, a teen eating disorder recovery center, is always trying to find ways to help bring people out of their shells so that they may feel more comfortable discussing their struggle with bulimia. This mental disease is powerful – only about 1 in 10 Americans get treatment for bulimia, according to the South Carolina Department of Mental Health. But with determination and help from a teen eating disorder recovery center, we are positive that there is a happier life for anyone out there who has ever had an eating disorder. One step that we strongly believe in at Aspire Wellness is bringing awareness to eating disorders. By getting rid of the stigma around eating disorders by discussing them, there is a better chance others will open up about their own personal battles. Sometimes it means just bringing up uncomfortable things to talk about.
Wednesday, June 8, 2016
Everything we’ve ever learned about bulimia from being at Aspire Wellness California eating disorder treatment center is that it will destroy your insides. A few issues that are likely to arise are: Digestive problems Constipation Liver failure Kidney infection Hypo and hyperglycemia Bone thinning Infertility More! It is just astounding the complications that come along with bulimia. But it doesn’t end there. If you thought the insides were the only part that got demolished, then you’d be wrong. California eating disorder recovery center, Aspire Wellness, sees the physical appearance of someone suffering from bulimia everyday – and it can be disturbing. In many cases you may never even know a friend or a loved one has this illness because people with bulimia are very good at hiding it.
Tuesday, June 7, 2016
Recovery is possible for everyone! Coming out about an eating disorder can be intimidating and overwhelming. It is incredibly scary to tell someone what you’ve been going through because you might think they will judge you and this places you in a vulnerable position. But coming out to people is not the enemy. Keeping that eating disorder inside is. Here at Aspire Wellness bulimia treatment centers in Roseville, we understand that it’s a lot easier said than done to receive treatment for an eating disorder. But we also want you to know that recovery is possible for anyone. Traumatic events can bring on an eating disorder Star of the 90s sitcom “Full House” and recent “Fuller House”, Candace Cameron Bure has talked about her struggle in the past with bulimia. But because bringing awareness to eating disorders is incredibly crucial, she continues to talk about it often.
Monday, June 6, 2016
The first ever National Eating Recovery Day just recently passed – but everything it stands for lives on. The whole point of National Eating Recovery Day is meant for people who have struggled or who are currently struggling to talk about what they’ve gone through and let go of the stigma that eating disorders possess. Founding Partner and Chief Executive Officer of Eating Recovery Center, Ken Weiner, MD stated: “Eating disorders can impact anyone – men and women, young and old and all economic classes and races. Despite the high mortality rate, there is still a stigma and many people avoid seeking treatment and are unaware of how serious and life-altering disorders can be. To make an impactful change, it is imperative to build awareness and create better understanding that recovery is possible through proper treatment.”
Sunday, June 5, 2016
Recovery may seem impossible for those suffering from an eating disorder. It is a mental illness that takes much time, patience, and specific treatment to heal from. If there is someone you know and love who could use assistance from an eating disorder treatment center in California, do you know how you can help them in the meantime? Most family members and friends are at a loss when something like this occurs in one of their loved ones. No one can just be expected to know what to say or do when someone has an eating disorder. Aspire Wellness, a California eating disorder treatment center in California, works with people every day who have eating disorders and knows that there are ways you can help out! Try these steps to make recovery easier: Get a good understanding of what their eating disorder is Not being aware of what your loved one is going through will make it more difficult understanding them and being sensitive to their feelings.