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RISK BEHAVOURS

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Risk behavours and me
I am surrounded by friends who present these behaviors in many aspects. First of all Risky behaviors are hose that can have bad effects on the development and well being of someone

Anorexia Nervosa
Anorexia is an eating disorder which alters the relation of the person with food.It is recognized by the obsession of losing weight even though the person risks their lives .A distortion in the reality perspective occurs
People with anorexia attempt to maintain a weight that's far below normal for their age and height. To prevent weight gain or to continue losing weight, people with anorexia nervosa may starve themselves or exercise excessively. Anorexia doesn´t only present a problem with food, it is a global problem that involves anxiety and stress. The control over the food calms for a short time the tensions.

How to identify it ?
Synthoms
• Repelling food
• Insatisafaction of their own body
• Strict dieting-Dieting despite being thin , banning carbohydrates.
• Obsession with physical activity
• Lack of menstruation
• Sometimes infertility
• Pretending to eat or lying about eating –
• Denying you are too thin
• Other addictions may be present
• Physical characteristics:
• Weak hair and nails, dry yellowish skin , muscular tone weak, tiredness

How anorexia is promoted ?

Social models of beauty

• Influence of the family and friends-who follow this model
• Lack of affect
• Physical or Sexual abuse
• Low self- esteem
• Difficulty to manage stress.
• Peoople with anorexia are often perfectionist
• Family history of eating disorders

Today´s presentation
one of my best friends was anorexic and depressed .I saw her consuming herself and I didn´t knew what to do. I share this experience with another friend, my friend was alone all day long, her parents are divorced and she was always tired and sad. We later deducted that she had all the symptoms
RISK BEHAVOURS

I have an anorexic friend , a friend who thinks and says that she is fat all the time, all my friends drink and smoke, so as I am really close to them I think my vulnerability may increase, that is why I decided to do this to explain the relation between this behaviors and me
“Autoconcept is the personality trait that is more related to eating disorders”( Grandmontagne,2004)


Effects of Anorexia
• Mood changes; depression
• Lack of energy and weakness
• Slowed thinking; poor memory
• Tooth decay and gum damage
• Dizziness, fainting, and headaches
• Growth of fine hair all over the body and face
• Dry, yellowish skin and brittle

How does Anorexia affests ?
What you should know
It may appear in every moment in every person, generally during adolescence between 14 and 18.
It affects in the same amount men and women , many of the patients are ballet dancers or models
• People with anorexia often deny having a problem, the truth is that anorexia is a serious deadly eating disorder. Fortunately, recovery is possible. With proper treatment and support, everyone can break anorexia’s self-destructive pattern and regain health and self-confidence
• Mediacal,nutritional and physiological treatments help to overcome anorexia through these steps.
Getting back to a healthy weight, starting to eat more food , changing how you think about yourself and food


• Mediacal,nutritional and physiological treatments help to overcome anorexia through these steps.
Getting back to a healthy weight, starting to eat more food , changing how you think about yourself and food


Steps for dealing anorexia
A
ccept it –Accept this lose of weight is damaging your body.
1. Talk to someone-. Find a good listener—someone who will support you as you try to get better.
2. Stay away from people, places, and activities that trigger your obsession with being thin. avoid looking at fashion or fitness magazines, stay away from friends who diet a lot
3. Seek professional help. The advice and support of trained eating disorder professionals can help you regain help
“It is very important that the parents go to the doctor, because the patients deny the symptoms and try to hide the importance of the problem “(Dr. César Soutullo Esperón,2013)

If you are friend like me you should :
1. Think of yourself as an “outsider” Realizing isn’t a lot you can do to “solve” your loved one’s anorexia. It is their decision
2. Be a role model for healthy eating, exercising, and body image. Don’t make negative comments about your own body or anyone else’s.
3. Take care of yourself. Seek advice from a health professional. And you can bring others to support.
4. Don’t act like the food police. A person with anorexia needs compassion and support, not an authority .

5. Avoid threats, scare tactics,etc Keep in mind that anorexia is often a symptom of extreme emotional distress.This can make it worse

How to help a friend?
What we did
What we did was to convince my friend to talk to her mom, her mom searched help and my friend is now in treatment.It really impact me because I didn´t know how to act in front of that situation, it was really serious
I talk to my mom first, now we help her and show a lot of caring, love and support, so she won´t fall again. After the class and thanks to this investigation I can conclude risk behaviors are always in our lives, we need to be strong
I conclude that the most important thing to avoid risk behaviors is to feel happy with your life and to find the meaning of it. I think that I valor ate my life and in general I can say I´m happy so I think I am capable of avoid most of risky behaviours.But there are some in which I will have to work more
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