Eating disorders 11_3_10

Eating disorders 11_3_10 - Eating disorders 11/3/10 Marked...

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Eating disorders 11/3/10 Marked by extremes, when a person eating behavior gets disturbed, severe reduction of food or extreme over eating or obsession of body image, shape and weight Start out eating small/large amount then usual then at some point the urge to eat less/more spiral out of control They are complex, even though there is scientific research the cause of this disorder is delusive Stimulates the people WANT some type of control of their life, the few things they can control to an extreme and a point that can cause harm Two most common Types: o Anorexia o Bulimia Third type: (EDNOS: eating disorder not otherwise specified).-fit the characterizes of the eating disorder but does not fit into it. Example: Binge Eating-the person eats extreme such as canes, Mc Donald’s from 5-10 thousand calories a in one sitting. Eat until they can’t swallow, some stomach can rupture or pop. Frequently appear adolescent and adult hood, when people are become aware of their
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This note was uploaded on 08/21/2011 for the course KIN 2604 taught by Professor Fisher during the Fall '10 term at LSU.

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Eating disorders 11_3_10 - Eating disorders 11/3/10 Marked...

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