What is the Recovery Rate For Bulimia Nervosa?
” Bulimia nervosa is actually a mental disorder. Symptoms – it usually involves binge eating and then some type of behavior to compensate for the binge eating and avoid gaining weight. Usually the compensation for this binging is purging, which is vomiting, but there may be other ways to compensate for it. So if you binge but don’t purge it does not mean that you don’t have bulimia. Also people with bulimia nervosa symptoms usually purge or vomit to avoid weight gain but a person who purges after he or she eats is not necessarily a bulimic. Bulimics generally are of normal weight or are a little overweight or a little underweight. So you usually cannot tell whether a person is bulimic or not by looking them. Also a person who purges or vomits after eating may not have bulimia if they do not maintain a healthy body weight. They may have what is called anorexia nervosa, purging type. What is the recovery rate for bulimia nervosa? The recovery rate will depend on the type of treatment and