Transcript: causes of B.E.D. Body image issues Prolonged activities of binge eating can cause one or more of the following High blood pressure High cholesterol heart disease diabetes millitus gallbladder disease Demographics There has been no proven solution to binge eating yet The most helpful known right now is just counseling people with binge eating disorder aren't always over weight, in fact they sometimes can be average, people with B.E.D. will exert emotions of distress, shame and guilt about themselves and their eating habits Cures Binge eating characteristics episodes of uncontrollable eating over consumption of food secretive behavior People who begin to binge eat usually are trying to fill an emotional gap However this leads to other psychological issues such as feeling ashamed or disgusted over what their are doing. most times it starts with feeling out of control Luke Duvall Binge eating affects 1% to 4% of americans. It is believed that those who struggle with binge eating disorder are predominantly men at 60% men/40%women Eating disorders such as these most likely start in high school years and carry on through out their lives Seeing it in the crowd
Transcript: Students completed a survey which included 6 questionnaires that were administered consecutively. They were a demographic questionnaire, a mass media exposure measurement questionnaire, television viewing frequency, disordered eating patterns questionnaire, social comparison by physical appearance, and Internalization of Thin Ideal measured by Sociocultural Attitudes towards Appearance. even the boys. Your appearance defines your value. Eating Disorders 2nd semester 9th grade Works Cited María V. Carrera, et al. "The Mass Media Exposure And Disordered Eating Behaviours In Spanish Secondary Students." European Eating Disorders Review 18.5 (2010): 417-427. Academic Search Premier. Web. 9 May 2012. Authors found that viewing ultra-thin or average-size models led to decreases in both body satisfaction and self-esteem in adolescent girls aged 11–16, with changes in self-esteem fully mediated by changes in body satisfaction. The images of slim young women had a negative impact, Given that, for adolescent girls, only overweight models showed to prevent negative impact. picture of me Students with a higher total frequency of media exposure during the week were more susceptable to having a low self esteem and developing an eating disorder. works cited The Media Is a Powerful Messenger YOUR LIFE. I suffered from an eating disorder for 4 years. Thin is in! The results suggest that, in the short term, this widely available video prevents girls from making damaging social comparisons with media models. Although this study only examined short-term effects, the ﬁndings add to the growing evidence that media literacy interventions may be useful tools in protecting young girls from body dissatisfaction. BULIMIA NERVOSA is characterized by a secretivecycle of binge eating followed by purging. Bulimia includes eating large amounts of food in short periods of time and then purging through vomiting, laxative abuse or excessive amounts of exercise. ANOREXIA NERVOSA is characterized by self-starvation and excessive weight loss. BINGE EATING DISORDER (also known as COMPULSIVE OVEREATING) is characterized primarily by periods of uncontrolled, impulsive, or continuous eating beyond the point of feeling comfortably full. The sample consisted of 136 female adolescents aged 11–16. Research was conducted in a single-sex state school in London, located in a primarily middle-class neighborhood. Participants were then shown two magazine covers, each for 15 seconds, which differed depending on exposure condition, depicting either ultra-thin models, average-size models or no models. After viewing both covers, participants rated their reactions to them and, in the two experimental conditions, they also rated their reactions to the models. http://www.media-awareness.ca/english/index.cfm video 2 Body Image & Eating Disorders The aim of this study was to investigate the association between disordered eating behaviours/attitudes and mass media exposure in a cross-sectional national survey of 1165 Spanish secondary students (age between 14 and 16 years Eating Disorders http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hv5Z2Xv8iJU&feature=fvwrel ( Cause and Effect Mass Media) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4z14maZrlY (media and body image) results video 1 (true life, tegans story) 2nd Study Summary I started when i went on vacation for 2 weeks with my aunt in Seattle Washington. I weighed 110 pounds before I had left, when i came back i was 15 pounds heavier. Within 3 weeks I weighed 89 pounds. The last time I was that thin was in the seventh grade. The Media doesn't have the right to control Halliwell, Emma, Alice Easun, and Diana Harcourt. "Body Dissatisfaction: Can A Short Media Literacy Message Reduce Negative Media Exposure Effects Amongst Adolescent Girls?." British Journal Of Health Psychology 16.2 (2011): 396-403. Academic Search Premier. Web. 9 May 2012. by Yahaira Garcia per.3 Human Development Participants were 127 British girls aged between 10 and 13 recruited from two secondary schools. Girls were assigned to one of four experimental conditions. An intervention video was shown to half of the girls immediately before they viewed ultra-thin models or control images. The video was developed by Dove’s Self-Esteem Fund and has the beneﬁts of being professionally produced. First Study Summary cont.. This experimental study examined whether a brief video intervention identifying the artiﬁcial nature of media images could protect adolescent girls from negative media exposure effects and body dissatisfaction. what they found.. MEDIA Works Cited Takagishi, Yukihiro, Masatsugu Sakata, and Toshinori Kitamura. "Effects Of Self-Esteem On State And Trait Components Of Interpersonal Dependency And Depression In The Workplace." Journal Of Clinical Psychology 67.9 (2011): 918-926. Academic Search Premier. Web. 9 May 2012. Can a short media literacy message reduce negative media exposure effects amongst adolescent girls? Why I chose the effects Mass Media has on Body
Transcript: What is an eating disorder? An eating disorder is having a distorted body image, which in turn affects your eating habits. Bulimia- eating way too much food and then throwing it all up. Anorexia- not eating at all. One out of every 200 people is anorexic in the United States. One out of every 50 people is bullemic And out of the 8 million Americans with eating disorders... 9% of them are boys. And 81% are girls The National Association of Anorexia Nervosa says that out of every anorexic... 40% will never recover from the disease... And 20% will die within 20 years 95% of those with eating disorders are between the ages of 12 and 25 50% of 13-year-old girls see themselves as overweight And 80% of girls ages 11-13 have skipped meals regularly in an effort to lose weight. The average American woman is 5'4" tall and weighs 164 lbs. The average American model is 5'11'... And weighs 117 pounds. And over 50% of the population is close to someone with an eating disorder That means... Half of us have the power to help someone struggling with their body image. An imperfect body doesn't reflect an imperfect person. Presentation by Alexa Cashen Eating Disorders
Transcript: Eating Disorders 1- Anorexia Symptoms / Physical Effects Loss of weight Can starve Thinks they're too fat Won't eat Purposefully throwing up Taking diet pills and laxitives Not eating Aggresive excercising Lose growth (kids) Hair gets thin Issues with heart and brain Tooth decay Help? Therapy Eat more Get family help Get group support Eat foods that taste good 2- Bulimia Symptoms / Physical Effects Eat too much Self vomiting Eat really fast Abuse of medication Weight fluctuations Get very sick Stomach disorders Throat disorders Tooth decay Help? Therapy Family help Medication Support from friends Have schedule for eating 3- Binge Eating Disorder Symptoms / Physical Effects Eat too much at a time Eat too quickly Overweight Eat in secret Avoid social interactions Help? -Therapy -Eat with people -Hang out more -Family could help -Support -Eating schedule -Excersize The Disorders
Transcript: Molecular: - Low potassium - Low estrogen level Cellular: - Low white blood cell - Muscle will weaken & deteriorate Tissue: - Lack of Calcium in bones - Low percentage of fatty tissue By: Gloria Wu CAUSE & EFFECT Organ, Organ System, Body as a whole Organ: - low % of dopamine in brain - vision impairment Organ System: - Slow judgement & response Body: - unstable mood - high risk of seizure & heart attack Interesting Facts EATING DISORDERS - Psychotherapy - Diet Counselling - Hospitalization (Easier to treat when discovered earlier) TREATMENT Molecular, Cellular, Tissue - 83% of eating disorders are inherited - Many celebrities such as Demi Lovato, Britney Spears, Snooki, Nicole Richi, Mary-Kate Olsen, Oprah, and Paris Hilton have faced eating disorders - Karen Carpenter was the first to bring awareness to anorexia after dieing from a water diet at the age of 32 - low self-esteem, depression, abuse, anxiety - irregular heart rhythms, heart failure, lack of calcium, osteoporosis - 1/10 victims with eating disorders die from starvation or cardiac arrest
Transcript: Anorexia Nervosa Anorexia typically starts around puberty, but can start as early as 8 and as late as middle adulthood. Those with Anorexia have an intense fear of gaining weight and refuse to keep a normal body weight. Various methods used to examine people who have or may have eating disorders are: Interviews Self-report questionnaires Self-monitoring Physical assessment Her choice of action Ipecac Kearney, C. A., & Trull, T. J. (2012). Eating Disorders. In Abnormal Psychology and Life: A Dimensional Approach (pp. 213-239). Belmont: Wadsworth, Cengage Learning. Structured and unstructured INTERVIEW QUESTIONS ADDRESS: Height & weight, Thoughts & physical feelings about eating, Thoughts & feelings about body shape & image, Behaviors to prevent weight gain, Long-term goals Interviews help identify client characteristics to be addressed. Return the person to healthy weight Treat physical complications Increase motivation to restore healthy eating patterns Educate about healthy eating patterns Help the person recognize and change core problematic thoughts, feelings and behaviors about the eating disorder Enlist family support for change Prevent relapse Born March 2, 1950 Died February 4, 1983 World renown musician, especially singing Died of an overdose of Ipecac causing heart attack, age 32, at 5'4" and only 108 lbs Researchers estimate the influence of genetic factors in anorexia to be between 50 to 75%. They have a disturbed body image. People with Anorexia either starve themselves or eat less and exercise excessively. In some cases, an Anorexic person will lose weight by purging. Purging refers to losing weight by making yourself vomit, misusing weight laxatives, or performing enemas to rid themselves of food, bodily fluids, and ultimately weight. Self-Monitoring General aims of biological and psychological treatment Assessment & Treatment Ipecac is a vomit inducing serum that cause the muscles around the heart to slowly dissolve if taken over a long period of time Lab tests include: Metabolic panel to assess for electrolyte imbalance Blood count for anemia Enzyme tests to rule out severe malnutrition Serum amylase tests to suggest purging behavior Bone scans to rule out calcium deficiency or bone mass loss Monitor and record daily symptoms and behaviors Daily recording is more accurate than weekly recording Electronic diaries “The act of self-monitoring itself can lead to fewer symptoms and behaviors…” (page 232) http://www.google.com/imgres?q=genetics&hl=en&biw=1920&bih=899&tbm=isch&tbnid=YUSkZcS1NK40OM:&imgrefurl=http://gslchurchnew.org/upcoming-sme-opportunities/&docid=QKPvrkDxtspYNM&imgurl=http://gslchurchnew.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/genetics.jpg&w=550&h=400&ei=e3CFUKL5IYaq8ASE3YDYDQ&zoom=1&iact=hc&vpx=471&vpy=590&dur=3027&hovh=191&hovw=263&tx=165&ty=141&sig=111637024384868257068&page=1&tbnh=133&tbnw=176&start=0&ndsp=59&ved=1t:429,r:50,s:0,i:294 Interview The Complications of Anorexia Nervosa Karen Carpenter Anorexia is an eating disorder, primarily found in women, in which the woman starves herself in order to improve her body figure. This disorder affects the woman’s overall health, as well as relationships, education, careers, and daily activities. exercise, until she started gaining muscle weight water dieting laxatives for any food she might have eaten when dining out she would make others 'taste' her food so it looked like she was eating ipecac nightly, from regular dosage to the entire bottle the night she died Partial Cause of Death Anemia Kidney problems Cardiovascular problems Electrolyte imbalance Dental problems Eventually death by self-starvation or suicide What is Anorexia Nervosa? Physical Assessment Reasons she started dieting References: Her family didn't support her Her mother told her that being big runs in the family Her family was so controlling this was the only thing in her life she could control Her brother called her "chubby" and "fatso" and said she should lose some weigh for their shows httpwww.google.comimgresq=anorexia+nervosa&hl=en&sa=X&biw=1034&bih=790&tbm=isch&prmd=imvnsb&tbnid=OckWKRMCj4yybM&imgrefurl=httpfamilymedicinehelp.comanorexia-nervosa&docid=qhAURRbtnjo3gM&imgurl=httpfamilymedic Chandra Gaylor
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Transcript: what is overeating? Eating disorders Based on these images what do you believe an eating disorder is? -overeating is when you eat and seem to have no control of what you eat or how much you eat. -this can lead to diabetes heart problems and most commonly can cause over weight. What is bulimia? *Overeating *bulimia *anorexia English 10 Mrs. Clopton p.2 December 5,2012 *approximetly 11million people suffer from an E.D. facts!! *These disorders are caused by an array of things, for ex. emotional damage, self- esteem issues, not being happy with your appearances, and most common being oppressed by others due to your body image. *average cost for treatment is about $100,000. *Bulimia is when one eats a large amount of food, purges.*This may cause a burned esophagus due to the constant passing of acids. Eating disorders by: Ariana Ramirez What is anorexia? *90% of people with a eating disorder are between 12-25. what causes such eating disorders? *chances of getting a E.D depend 50-80% on genetics. *NO ONE IS AN EXEPTION TO An E.D!!!!!! Eating Disorders *teen girls and women are most likely to suffer of an E.D rather than men. Different kinds of eating disorders. *Anorexia is a type of eating disorder that restricts the consumption of food due to fears of gaining weight. *which can result in great damage to most organs due to lack of nutrients.
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