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-cannot maintain a normal body weight
-fear of becoming fat, even when underweight
-feel very insecure about the way their body looks Causes:
-the desire to look more like the models, actors/actresses, etc
-pressure from family members
-genetics Bulimia -when someone consumes excessive amounts of food in a short period of time, then engage in purging behaviors such as vomiting, the use of laxatives, or fasting Symptoms:
-very concerned about gaining weight
-often eat alone because they are embarrased by the amounts of food they consume Binge Eating -when excessive amounts of food is consumed in a short period of time (feel as though they have no control) Symptoms:
-eat when not hungry
-eat alone because they feel embarrassed
-most are overweight due to the extra calorie intake
-eat to cope with stress Anorexia Athletica -excessive exercising Symptoms:
-obsessed with fat and calorie intake
-lack of nutrition
-self worth is gained from their physical performance Orthorexia -to only eat "healthy foods" Symptoms:
-eating "healthy foods" becomes excessive, resulting in not enough food intake and not enough things such as protein
-become obsessed with cooking "proper meals"
-often isolate themselves
-changes in mood
-physical deterioration ~Eating disorders occur the most in white females ages 15-24 ~Affects nearly 10 million women everyday Goals of Treatment Self-esteem and body image
Underlying trauma and/or abuse
Nutritional support and counseling
Physical training QUIZ What might cause a eating disorder?
What is Anorexia?
Name one sign of Bulimia.
What is one reason people suffer from Binge Eating?
What is Anorexia Athletica?
Why is only eating healthy foods a bad thing?
Who does eating disorders affect the most?
Name one goal of treatment.
How effective is therapy?
Name three types of eating disorders. Answers Evaluation of Therapy ~Only 1 in 10 people with eating disorders receive treatment
~About 80% of the girls/women who have accessed care for their eating disorders do not get the intensity of treatment they need to stay in recovery – they are often sent home weeks earlier than the recommended stay Who It Affects The Most ~Most therapy is effective, however, relapses do happen 1. Desire to look like others, stress, genetics, pressure
2. The refusal to eat
3. Very concerned about gaining weight or they eat alone due to embarrassment
6. Decreases in food intake and necessary nutrients such as protein are not eaten
7. White, young females
8. Build self-esteem, relieve underlying trauma, nutritional support, teach physical training
9. Usually effective
10. Anorexia, Bulimia, Anorexia Athletica, Orthorexia, Binge Eating