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Signs of an early stage ED center around weight gain and loss. Children normally add weight through their early adolescent years and into early adulthood. If your child is growing but not adding weight, it could be because of an ED

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Weight loss is also a worrisome sign, especially if your son or daughter is always talking about the need to lose weight. An ED may actually worsen because children feel they need to continually shed weight.

 

The above signs are just a few signals your child might be developing an ED. As a parent, be on the lookout for such indicators, so you can help your daughter or son overcomes an ED.

If you know someone who is dealing with an eating disorder andCompulsive Eating Disorder, call Fairwinds Treatment Center. Dr. Pauline Powers specialize in eating disorder treatment and embodies the same values Fairwinds Eating Disorders Treatment Center has had for over 25 years: focusing on the whole patient. Here, you can rest assured that your loved one is in capable, compassionate hands.


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