Eating disorders and depression incidence is found to be higher in athletes. On average, athletes are three times more likely to develop an eating disorder. Additionally, much evidence has supported a strong association between depressions and eating disorders.
Although it… Read More
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is tied to a higher risk of eating disorders. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is a condition that commonly affects children and can stay with a person right into adulthood. The disorder is characterized by an… Read More
Sleep eating – nocturnal eating syndrome – is a sleep disorder, but it is different from a sleep-related eating disorder. Sleep-related eating disorders are linked with insomnia and nocturnal eating syndrome is associated with parasomnia.
In nocturnal eating syndrome (NES)… Read More
Women with an apple-shaped body are at higher risk for binge-eating, according to a new study. The findings come from Drexel University, where they found apple-shaped women – with more fat stored around their trunk and abdomen – experience a… Read More
You see it all the time in the tabloids: Photos of almost skeletal models and celebrities, their bones jutting out of hip sockets and rib cages exposed in bikinis.
It’s not pretty, and I’m not just saying that as a… Read More