Psych 101 Scientific Article 2 - Bergh C Callmar M Danemar S Holcke M Isberg S et al(2013 Effective treatment of eating disorders Results at multiple

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Bergh, C., Callmar, M., Danemar, S., Holcke, M., Isberg, S., et al. (2013). Effective treatment of eating disorders: Results at multiple sites. Behavioral Neuroscience, 127.6, 878-889. Patients diagnosed with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, or an eating disorder not otherwise specified have been known to enter remission when normal eating patterns with computer feedback technology, supplying external heat, physical activity reduced, and social habits restored are all met (remission rate of 75%). This article delves into the main risk factors for loss of control over body weight resulting in eating disorders and how by random sampling, a high percentage of individuals were able to overcome these disorders by simple conditions. Rats and mice were researched and found to have common symptoms with humans with given one meal a day and increased physical activity causing anorexia in both the humans and rats and mice; these symptoms included hypothermia, disruption of circadian sleep patterns, disruption in the hypothalamus-
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