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2.2.3Study:Eating DisordersStudy GuideHealthName:Ilyushkina PolinaDate:Record key terms and their definitions in the table.WordDefinitionanorexia nervosaAn eating disorder in which a person feels overweight despite being underweight.aspiration pneumoniaA lung infection caused by the inhalation of food.bingebinge-eating disorderAn eating disorder in which a person binges but does not purge.body imageOne's perception of his or her body composition.bulimia nervosaAn eating disorder where a person binges and purges.eating disorderA mental illness characterized by an extreme disturbance to one's diet.purgeTo eliminate food after bingeing. This is done by forced vomiting or the abuse of laxatives, diet pills, or other drugs.Use this study sheet to keep track of the important concepts covered in this study. If you need help answering any of the questions, check with your instructor. Save these study sheets for review when preparing for quizzes and tests.Eating Disorders, Health, and SocietyHow do social factors lead to the development of eating disorders?
List three types of eating disorders.Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge – eating DisorderHow can emotional and physical factors influence the development of eating disorders?FactorInfluenceEmotional healthPhysical healthOccurrence and Effects of Eating DisordersHow common are eating disorders? What are some long-term consequences? Short-Term and Long-Term Effects of Eating DisordersComplete the chart. Classify the effects of eating disorders as short-term or long-term. ConditionPossible short-term effectsPossible long-term effectsAnorexia nervosa
Bulimia nervosaBinge-eating disorderNutritional ChoicesExplain how nutritional choices can affect your physical health. Body ImageHow can one's body image lead to an eating disorder? Treatment and AdviceHow might you help a friend whom you suspect to be struggling with an eating disorder?