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Anorexia Nervosa: Treatments and Home Remedies

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DEMI Moore is reportedly being treated for anorexia. Do you get shocked? Of course. Not many of us who know what anorexia is, let alone how to cure it.

Anorexia Nervosa is an eating disorder where people are starving but refused to eat because of a distorted body image and false perception of obesity, causes of hunger. It occurs in approximately 1% of the population. Most (90%) occurred in women. About 72% of patients recovered and about 5% die.

Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by excessive food restriction and irrational fear of gaining weight, and a distorted body self-perception. It typically involves excessive weight loss. Anorexia nervosa usually develops during adolescence and early adulthood.[1] Due to the fear of gaining weight, people with this disorder restrict the amount of food they consume. (Wikipedia)

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Success depends on the motivation of the patient. So, assess the level of individual motivation for the treatments. Ask him to assess his desire assistance and treatment on a scale of 1 to 10. Formulate contracts helper-protocol and help patients with anorexia nervosa get the commitment.

Motivate patients with anorexia and bulimia to stop trying to lose weight. Motivated him to put on weight. Use of dance, movement therapy, imagery, relaxation, work with a mirror and describe themselves through the arts to help with body image distortion.

In addition, there are four types of physicians allot care plans for people who suffer from anorexia;

Cognitive therapy
This type of therapy focuses on increasing self-awareness, improve self-esteem and self-control. In this type of therapy physicians educate patients about anorexia.

Behavior therapy
Focus on teaching and promoting healthy eating behaviors through rewards, self-monitoring, and goal setting. They also teach coping tactics and anorexia different triggers so that they will avoid it.

Family therapy
In this therapy, they check the patient's family and educate them so they will know what to do to help their family members or members recover from this disorder.

Group therapy
In this therapy, the patient will be able to interact with other anorexics. They will share their experiences, difficulties and the story of their way to recovery.

The four types of physicians provide treatment plans for Anorexia has been proven effective throughout the year. If you suffer from anorexia nervosa, following this treatment so that you will also have a successful recovery.

Home Remedies for Anorexia Nervosa
Has about 2-3 fresh oranges a day is very beneficial. One can eats them once a day for breakfast. Diet is very useful for anorexia.

You can prepare a simple recipe as a home remedy for the best diet for anorexia and anorexia-grab a cup of water and boil 2-3 cloves in it. Strain and add half the lemon juice and consume it twice a day, for 7 days.

Another apple variety of the fruit is very useful home remedy for anorexia. Apples aid digestion by stimulating the flow of pepsin, a protein digesting enzyme present in the stomach.

Other drug is the use of ginger, is useful in treating loss of appetite. About 5 grams of this ingredient is based and licked with a little rock-salt once a day for the treatment of anorexia nervosa.

Thus, a brief article about anorexia and how to treat it. It may be useful for all of us.

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