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· What are some possible consequences of ED (see lecture slides & figures in your book)?· What is Muscle Dysmorphia and how does it differ from other types of exercise disorders?· What is the Female Athlete Triad and who is most at risk for this disorder?
Three interrelated problems: 1.low energy intake prompted by disordered eating behaviors, 2.menstruation dysfunction3.poor bone density.Any female can develop the triad. May be more prevalent in women who participate in highly competitive individual sports that emphasize leanness and require body-contouring clothes. Adolescent girlsare most at risk because of the active biological changes and growth spurts, peer and social pressures, and rapidly changing life-circumstances that go along with the teenage years.Prevalence differences in eating disorders?