Anorexia Nervosa – Eating Disorder Program for Veterans
What is Anorexia?
Anorexia nervosa is one of the most common eating disorders. Society puts a lot of pressure on us to look a certain way, which is why patients with anorexia often fear they are too fat and starve their bodies of needed fuel and nutrition. However, this condition goes much deeper than wanting to mirror social media influence’s. Someone with anorexia may feel that they have no control over their life and everyday events—but they can control what they eat and how they see themselves.
Symptoms of Anorexia Nervosa – There are some signs that you or someone that you love is suffering from anorexia, Including:
Extreme weight loss
Too thin or unhealthy appearance
Thinning and unhealthy hair
Extreme and excessive exercise
Poor oral hygiene
Low blood pressure
Tailored Treatments to Overcome Anorexia
We know that an eating disorder is not as simple as wanting to lose weight. These complex disorders often stem from an underlying cause, such as anxiety, depression or personal trauma. Our team of dual-diagnosis experts are specially trained to diagnose and treat underlying conditions, so that you have the best chance of overcoming your eating disorder and maintaining your recovery. Therapy is a critical tool in winning the battle. Our therapy sessions are designed to be safe spaces for you to discuss your feelings, explore the underlying causes of your disorder and know you are not alone in this journey. These therapy sessions include:
Individual treatment with a counselor
Group therapy sessions
Enroll in Our Eating Disorder Program in Florida Today
If you’re ready to get help from people who can understand what you’re going through, then it’s time to enroll in our veteran-exclusive eating disorder program. Located in DeLand, Florida, our veteran addiction and mental health treatment center is fully equipped to help you make a complete recovery and regain control of your daily life.
Would you like to learn more about how our eating disorder program can help? Call our friendly admissions specialists at 1-888-VET-NOW2 or ask your questions online. If you’re a veteran living with an eating disorder, then we’ve got your six.