Like other disorders and addictions, eating disorders and alcoholism may serve as a coping mechanism for those who have experienced trauma and have underlying feelings of fear, depression, anxiety, and stress or tension.
Alcoholism is a serious condition that is more prevalent than people realize. Alcoholism and eating disorders such as bulimia and anorexia are frequently interrelated.
The correlation between alcoholism and eating disorders along with other substance or drugs abuse is well-established:
Nearly 50% of individuals with an eating disorder also abuse drugs and/or alcohol.
25% of those seeking treatment for eating disorders also fulfill the criteria for substance addiction problems, according to research.
Substance addiction is five times more prevalent among individuals suffering from eating disorders compared to the general population.
Alcohol, drugs, and eating disorder habits may assist individuals in numbing their difficulties, discomfort, and worry, but at a high price.
Long-term restriction of critical nutrients (as a result of eating disorders) combined with excessive alcohol use may cause irreparable harm to vital organs, occasionally even death
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