Explain the differences between anorexia nervosa bu limia nervosa and binge

Explain the differences between anorexia nervosa bu

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2.Explain the differences between anorexia nervosa, bu-limia nervosa, and binge eating disorder.anorexia nervosais a severe body-image disorder in which individuals refuse to eat because of an obsession to maintain unrealistically thin body and is more com-mon in girls than boys. While bulimia nervosais less common, it is harder to identify; it is characterized by
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bingeing and purging behaviors.Adolescents with binge eating disorderdo not en-gage in harmful compensatory behaviors like excessive exercise, purging, and periodic self-starvation to offset binges; those with this disorder are usually overweight. Multiple Choice: Click on the question to reveal answer! 1. Biological sleep patterns change in adolescence cause difficulty falling asleep at night and difficulty waking up early, resulting in many adolescents not getting enough sleep. This sleep deprivation may contribute to which of the following outcomes? A. More accidental injuries and deathB. Lower grades and poor academic performanceC. Difficulty controlling emotionsD. Increased use of legal and illegal stimulantsE. All of the above 2. Obesity is defined as a body weight that is _________ higherthan normal for a particular height. The body mass in-dex (BMI) is calculated as a ratio of weight to height and standardizes the terms overweight (BMI of _________) and obesity (BMI of _________ or more). 3. While _________ are the third most abused drugs by Ameri-cans 14 and older, _________ is the most commonly used illicit drug in the U.S. Additionally, the use of vari-ous types of _________ products, such as cigarettes, hookahs, and e-cigarettes, and _________, particularly in the form of binge-drinking, is prevalent among ado-lescents.
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4. Characteristics of Bulimia Nervosa include _________, con- suming large quantities of food, and then, because of guilt, _________ through vomiting or the use of laxa- tives, enemas, or diuretics. A. Purging; compensating B. Bingeing; purging C. Over-eating; purging D. Bingeing; compensating 5. Which of the following is not one of the top three causes of death among adolescents? The fourth and final stage of cognitive development, ac- cording to Piaget, is the formal operational stage. Piaget believed that this stage, which is characterized by ab- stract thinking, begins when an individual is between the ages of 11 and 15 years. Egocentric thinking is evident in adolescence as a high degree of self-consciousness is seen. Elkind identified two fallacies related to adolescent ego- centrism. They are referred to as the imaginary audience and the personal fable.
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