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  • Why doesn't anyone care. This may be serious.
  • How old are you? Are your parents availavle to talk to? 1-858-481-1515 National Eating Disorder Referral and Information Center International treatment referrals and prevention information 1-847-831-3438 Anorexia Nervosa and Associate Disorders (ANAD) Referrals to treatment and Information 1-800-RENFREW (1-800-736-3739) The Renfrew Center Referrals to Eating Disorder specialists (US and Canada) Recover at Home From Anorexia Step 1Remove stresses from your home environment. If your household is noisy, disruptive or stressful, consider staying with family members or friends while you work on your recovery from anorexia. Step 2Isolate yourself from negativity. This includes avoiding media that promotes weight loss or thin bodies, such as fashion magazines or television. If you have anorexic friends who are not seeking treatment, stay away from them during your recovery effort. Step 3Work to develop a healthy relationship with food and exercise. Notice when you become overly preoccupied with either and seek help before your focus spirals out of control. Step 4Take prescribed medications. They may include antidepressants and anti-anxiety medications that are designed to help you alleviate emotional stress. Recover in a Treatment Facility for Anorexia Step 1Notify all necessary parties. This includes your employer, teachers, friends and family members. By law, you do not have to disclose the nature of your absence publicly, but documentation of hospitalization may be required to secure your job when you are ready to return. Step 2Know what to expect from a treatment facility. Treatment facilities often have around-the-clock monitoring of patients who are there to recover from anorexia. Additionally, staff may search your belongings or confine you to your room in an effort to protect you. Step 3Ask about visits from friends and family members. Visits may be monitored by the hospital or treatment-center staff. If your recovery team feels that you are not ready to deal with visitors, you may need to wait until you begin to make progress. Step 4Expect a stay of undetermined length. The length of your stay will depend upon the nature of your symptoms, your risk for relapse and your attitude toward treatment.
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  • When you don't eat enough or too little, there may be the chances of anorexia. So first you do notice all the symptoms for some days you are facing, if they correspond to any of the eating disorder. Once it confirms then you should talk to your doctor and get the treatment as directed.
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