Should I go to an Emergency service if I have issues with an eating disorder?
Go to the emergency service if you’re restricting or binge and you’re experiencing the following symptoms. Pain in the chest that worsens with exertion or rest. Breathlessness, cough, and chest pain accompany swelling in the ankles.
What happens when you go into an emergency for an eating disorder?
A person should be examined for hospitalization if they are experiencing medical complications as a result of their eating disorder, such as an irregular pulse rate or blood pressure, dizziness, or hemorrhage from vomiting.
Who will treat me during an eating disorder emergency?
A physician, a dietitian, and a mental health expert make up the team. All have experience caring for people who have eating disorders. In terms of patient care, each member of the treatment team has specific skills and duties.
Whom should I contact during an eating disorder?
You can contact a medical service to attend to the physical needs and emergency to keep the client safe and stable. Then a psychiatric team intervention is advised to manage the symptoms for the long term cure.