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Chiropractic Care for Women Suffering From Bulimia

Sep 19, 2016

Bulimia is characterized by medical physicians as an eating disorder that sees patients go through a period of overeating, followed by self-induced vomiting.

This disorder is often associated with anorexia nervosa, which sees victims obsess over weight loss through starvation.

Three out of 100 women living throughout the United States suffer from bulimia nervosa at some point during their lifetime.

The vast majority of patients who experience bulimia are between the ages of 12 to 30 years old. However, because patients tend to hide this particular disorder away from other’s attention, it is difficult for medical experts to know exactly how prevalent bulimia is.

If you or someone you know suffers from bulimia, you should schedule an immediate appointment with one of our Atlanta Chiropractors.

Causes of Bulimia Disorder

The primary causes for bulimia are characterized as a fear of becoming overweight, an obsession with personal image, and a fixation over a set idea of perfection.

Some studies suggest that a zinc deficiency has some influence in the onset of bulimia and anorexia, although this is not entirely clear.

Common Symptoms of Bulimia

Most women who suffer from bulimia tend to experience:

  • Gastric complications
  • Extreme fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Mood swings, irritability
  • Binging
  • Vomiting several times a day
  • Severe weight loss
  • Menstruation complications
  • Severe food cravings

The Effects of Bulimia

The act of overeating followed by excessive vomiting has a critical effect on the body, preventing it from absorbing vitamins and minerals that are essential for supporting complete functionality.

Some of the more common effects of bulimia include:

  • The development of food allergies
  • Nutritional deficiencies
  • Swollen face and neck
  • Tooth decay
  • Depression
  • Suicidal tendencies
  • Inability to cope with stress
  • Callouses

Treating Bulimia with Alternative Care

One of the ways that medical physicians try to address bulimia is through the patient’s diet.

Most doctors recommend:

  • Avoiding foods that contain white flour, white sugar, or other types of refined carbohydrates
  • Consuming whole foods through a consistent schedule
  • Avoiding all identified food allergies

Chiropractic Care for Bulimia

Chiropractic care is a recognized form of treatment that provides substantial results for those affected by bulimia.

Visiting one of our Atlanta Chiropractors allows patients to receive adjustments and personal lifestyle advice that focuses on:

  • Balancing out all hormone levels
  • Increasing and improving immunity performance
  • Reducing allergies
  • Developing gastrointestinal complications
  • Reversing personal depression and eliminating all dangerous of suicidal tendencies

Call AICA Atlanta For Immediate Help

If you or someone you love suffers from bulimia, the time to act is right now.

You can call our Atlanta Chiropractic Clinic 24/7 to schedule an immediate appointment and to learn more about our approach to health and wellness.

Call us today at (404) 889-8828.


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