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25/02/2016 07:50:00Chapter 9 Study Questions Following Book and LectureDisordered EatingHow are Eating Disorders Diagnosed?Anorexia NervosaRefusal to maintain body weight > 85% of recommended, self starvation, disturbed body image, amenorrhea x3 (no period), fear of weight gainBulimia NervosaRecurring binge eating, fear of weight gain, purging x2/week, x3 month, oftennormal to overweightBinge Eating Disorder *EDNOSSimilar to bulimia, no purging, binge x2 week/6 moWho Suffers?Pre-teen and Teenage girlsYoung adults Adults of any age Female athletes (dance, gymnastics)Male athletes (wrestlers, jockeys)Why Do We have Eating Disorders?
GeneticInherited personality traitsGenes that affect hunger, satiety, and body weightPsychologicalLow self-esteemNeed for self controlUnhealthy body imageSocioculturalThin body idealInfluences from media, family, and friendsAbundant food supplyWhat Are the Causes?Sociocultural IssuesPoor Self-Esteem starts in 3rdgrade for girls/ 4th/5thfor boysMaturity Fears: only affect females- only one wearing braPerfectionism: need to be perfectMedia InfluencesTreatment: What are the OptionsMulti-Disciplinary approaches work best: medical doctor, dietician, psychiatrist/therapist
Female Athlete Triad: What is it?

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