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Anorexia and Bulimia - After Twiggy’s appearance in 1970, where being curvy is sexy, trends start to change. Being skinny became the new curvy. Society’s view and opinion on body shapes changed. Women became more concerned with their weight. Perfection and appearances became everything. When being slim became crucial, women, and even men could do everything to fit in this new trend. This includes becoming victims of eating disorders like Bulimia and Anorexia Nervosa. These disorders started in people after their restricted diet....   [tags: Causes of Anorexia, Bulimia Nervosa] 811 words
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Bulimia: A Serious and Complex Disorder - Have you ever been afraid of gaining weight and feeling unaccepted by society. If the answer is a definite yes, you must be very careful. The fear of gaining weight and the need to have a perfect body has led many down the self-destructive pathway of bulimia. This is a secretive eating disorder characterized by frequent episodes of excessive eating, followed by self-induced vomiting to rid the body of food. Bulimics also frequently use laxatives, diuretics, and diet pills to reduce their weight....   [tags: Causes of Bulimia, Eating Disorders] 701 words
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Different Types of Bulimia Nervosa - 1. Describe the behaviors that a purging-type bulimic and a bingeing-type bulimic would display. When answering this question we first need to understand what the terms mean. Purging-type bulimic is an individual who engages in repeated episodes of uncontrollably over eating or binges. The individual binges over a limited period like two hours in which they eat way to much food than most would consume in that time span. After the binge the individual forces their self to vomit, misuse laxatives, diuretics or enemas, fasting or exercising excessively (Comer, 2013, pp....   [tags: Binge Eating, Bulimia, Eating Disorders]
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The Effectiveness of Treatment for Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia - Anorexia nervosa and bulimia are eating disorders that severely affect both men and women around the world. The cause of the eating disorder usually derives from psychological, biological and social forces. Eating disorders have become an epidemic in American society, twenty-four million people of all ages and genders suffer from an eating disorder in the U.S. (National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders.\, 2011). There are many ways to address and treat an eating disorder....   [tags: Promising treatments for anorexia and bulimia]
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The Dangers of Bulimia - The Dangers of Bulimia Janie races down the hallway of her home and runs into the bathroom. She slams and locks the door behind her, turning up the radio full blast to assure that nobody will hear. Janie quickly squeezes her eyes shut, preparing her for the discomfort that follows. On impulse and routine, she quickly jams a finger down her throat and relieves herself of all the food she has recently binged on. After she is all done, she stares in the mirror, and bursts into tears. “I am so fat and worthless,” she thinks to herself even though she is only 130 pounds....   [tags: Causes of Bulimia, Eating Disorders] 1567 words
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Solution for The Problem of Bulimia Nervosa: Family Support - In the world today, people focus so much on their outward appearance when what is on the inside is what truly counts. Eating disorders such as bulimia nervosa have become a cultural habit, Research shows family support is the most effective solution for preventing and treating bulimia nervosa. Usually, what causes a person to become bulimic is different for everyone; it could be as simple as uncontrollable diet habits due to a person’s low self esteem. People do not just wake up one day and choose to be bulimic, it usually starts out with dieting(Gilbert 71)....   [tags: Bulimia Nervosa, eating disorders] 1102 words
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Bulimia and Depression - Bulimia and Depression The prevalence of eating disorders among American women has increased dramatically in the past decade. In turn, the psychological community has expanded it's scope of research and study by focusing more attention on eating disorders and concentrating on other extended issues related to eating disorders. The desire to distinguish and understand a possible relationship between bulimia nervosa and depression has become a major focus within the field. The purpose of this paper is to introduce the reader to literature from two different journal articles on this relationship....   [tags: Causes of Bulimia, Eating Disorders]
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Anorexia and Bulimia - Bulimia nervosa is defined as two or more episodes of binge eating (rapid consumption of a large amount of food, up to 5,000 calories) every week for at least three months. The binges are sometimes followed by vomiting or purging and may alternate with compulsive exercise and fasting. The symptoms can develop at any age from early adolescence to 40, but usually become clinically serious in late adolescence. Bulimia is not as dangerous to health as anorexia, but it has many unpleasant physical effects, including fatigue, weakness, constipation, fluid retention, swollen salivary glands, erosion of dental enamel, sore throat from vomiting, and scars on the hand from inducing vomiting....   [tags: Causes of Bulimia Nervosa, Anorexia] 976 words
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Anorexia and Bulimia - Bulimia Nervosa [also known as Bulimia] is a very serious and dangerous eating disorder. The disorder can be describe as bingeing and then followed by purging or a person who eats a large amount of food in short periods of time and then vomits after eating to prevent on gaining the weight cause by the food. There is different ways of going about ways to prevent the weight gain, making oneself throw up, taking pills, or laxatives which will increase how fast the food will move through your body, exercising excessively, eating a little amount or not at all, or taking other pills to pass urine This disorder is mostly between the ages of 15 and 35, even if they have no specific food...   [tags: Causes of Bulimia Nervosa, Anorexia] 1667 words
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Anorexia and Bulimia - ANOREXIA Anorexia or other wise know as Anorexia Nervosa, is a condition characterized by fear of gaining weight or becoming obese, as well as a distorted body image or in other words, someone who thinks that they are fat when they are probably already too thin. Such a distorted image can lead to an excessive weight loss from stopping food intake and or excessive exercise. Anorexia nervosa is not associated with any preexisting physical illness. It is found in teens and young adults, but especially young women....   [tags: Causes of Bulimia, Eating Disorders] 362 words
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Anorexia and Bulimia - Bulimia Nervosa June Engel (1993), found that today’s society’s idealization of thinness is producing an alarming increase in eating disorders especially among young women. The never-ending efforts to lose weight and conform to the media image of an “ideal” shape are leading more and more young people to diet at the cost of health. Weight – preoccupation is now widespread in our society, affecting the people of all ages, classes, occupations and ethnic backgrounds. June, Engel (1993) reported that once considered just a subclass of anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa is now recognized as its own disease, occurring mainly in women aged 16 to 25, especially among high school students....   [tags: Causes of Bulimia Nervosa, Anorexia] 690 words
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Anorexia and Bulimia - Anorexia and Bulimia: A Concise Overview As many as 20% of females in their teenage and young adult years suffer from anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa (Alexander-Mott, 4). Males are also afflicted by these eating disorders, but at a much lower rate, with a female to male ratio of six to one. Those with anorexia nervosa refuse to maintain a normal body weight by not eating and have an intense fear of gaining weight. People with bulimia nervosa go through periods of binge eating and then purging (vomiting), or sometimes not purging but instead refraining from eating at all for days....   [tags: Causes of Bulimia, Eating Disorders]
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Anorexia and Bulimia - A variation of Anorexia, Bulimia ranges from excessive food intake, to an out of control compulsive cycle of binge eating where extraordinary amounts of any available food, usually of high carbohydrate content, may be consumed. Once having gorged, the victims are overcome with the urge to rd themselves of what they hate eaten by purging themselves, usually by vomiting, and sometimes by massive doses of laxatives. Between these obsessive bouts, most are able to accept some nutrition. Whereas the anorexic sufferer fears fatness from anticipated loss of eating control, and unlike the anorexic sufferer the typical bulimic individual is not emaciated, but usually maintains a normal body weight a...   [tags: Causes of Bulimia Nervosa, Anorexia] 1078 words
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Anorexia and Bulimia - Bulimia Nervosa I sat there staring in the mirror filled with disgust at the figure on the other end. I thought “ another day, another day living and thinking of nothing else but the way that I look naked, the way I look with clothes on, and the way other people look at me.” I was 17 years old when I began to have the premature symptoms of Bulimia Nervosa. I was a cheerleader for a national competition squad, and was worried about being able to tumble to my full potential because of the extra weight that I was carrying....   [tags: Causes of Bulimia Nervosa, Anorexia] 1873 words
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Anorexia and Bulimia - Each year millions of people in the United States are affected by serious and sometimes life-threatening eating disorders. The vast majorities are adolescents and young adult women. Approximately one percent of adolescent girls develops anorexia nervosa, a dangerous condition in which they can literally starve themselves to death. Another two to three percent develop bulimia nervosa, a destructive pattern of excessive overeating followed by vomiting or other " purging " behaviors to control their weight....   [tags: Causes of Bulimia, Eating Disorders] 1575 words
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The Role of Stress in the Development of Bulimia - The Role of Stress in the Development of Bulimia During the past few decades, Western culture has witnessed an enormous explosion in the number of eating disorders reported among young women. One such type of eating disorder is Butimia Nervosa. According to the DSM-IV criteria it is characterized by recurrent episodes of binge eating, in which the person experiences a feeling of "loss of control",and recurrent compensatory behavior in order to prevent weight gain. Both of these behaviors occur, on average, at least twice a week for three months....   [tags: Causes of Bulimia, Eating Disorders]
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The Causality and Development of Bulimia - There are several different theories about the causality and development of bulimia. Bulimia may have a genetic and hereditary component aswell as a socio-environmental component. Other psychological factors involved include mood disorders and substance abuse in families of people with bulimia. One aspect of the biological perspective suggests that people with bulimia have a low serotonin level which is a brain chemical involved with both well-being and appetite. It was also suggested that a low central dopamine level was correlated with abnormal responses to food....   [tags: Causes of Bulimia, Eating Disorders] 756 words
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Anorexia and Bulimia - A Growing Epidemic - Bulimia and anorexia is a growing epidemic in America. Bulimia and Anorexia can start at any age, but is most common between the ages of 11-17 years old. Of all the individuals that experience this illness only 50% of all of them are ever cured, and another 6% that suffer from this horrible illness will experience death. This illness has become very deadly to our young adults. Bulimia and anorexia can cause a distorted image in a persons mind because they truly believe they are overweight. In their minds they are beyond doubt obese....   [tags: Causes of Bulimia Nervosa, Anorexia] 1082 words
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Bulimia Nervosa and Antidepressant Drugs - Bulimia Nervosa and Antidepressant Drugs WHAT IS BULIMIA NERVOSA. Bulimia nervosa afflicts mostly women (about 6% of adolescent girls, and 5% of college women). Most individuals with bulimia engage in compensatory activities such as vomiting, laxative abuse, strict dieting, and vigorous exercise (Alexander). PRIMARY SYMPTOMS OF BULIMIA The primary symptoms of bulimia are recurrent episodes of binge eating and compensatory measures to purge the calories. There is an excessive influence of the importance of the body and weight on one's self-evaluation (Negri)....   [tags: Causes of Bulimia, Eating Disorders]
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Anorexia and Bulimia - Why does food become a deadly enemy for some people. Well, society continues to send the message to young women and even to a small number young men (more and more men are becoming victims of eating disorders these days) that to be happy and successful one must be thin, which causes them to starv and/or binge and purge themselves in an attempt to gain what the media considers an ideal figure. The media is full of "toothpick" thin models, in which women desire to be like. Women often need to be in the feel of being in control, it is an ongoing battle they encounter with perfection....   [tags: Eating Disorders, Anorexia, Bulimia Nervosa] 1270 words
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Psychological explanations of Anorexia and Bulimia - Psychological explanations of Anorexia and Bulimia Based on the idea that woman experience more pressure to be thin that men, Behar et al. investigated the effect of gender identity on eating disorders. Behar et al. aimed to compare some traits of gender identity between females with eating disorders and a control group. 126 participants, 63 of whom had either anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa, and 63 who did not, were given a structured clinical interview based on the DSM-IV diagnostic criteria for eating disorders and the Bem Sex Role Inventory (BSRI) for gender identity....   [tags: Causes of Anorexia, Bulimia Nervosa] 375 words
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Bulimia & Anorexia in the Media - In today's society all the actors, actresses, and models are all really thin. There is nothing to them, except skin and bones. With all these role models looking this way it creates a few problems. Problems that are over looked until something drastic happens. These traumatic experiences stem from the drastic measures that young girls and women take; like starving themselves to feel good. Anorexia and bulimia nervosa are serious illnesses that affect young girls and women between the ages of ten and twenty....   [tags: Causes of Bulimia, Eating Disorders] 1975 words
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Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa - What is an eating disorder. A simple definition of an eating disorder is abnormal patterns of behavior and thought. All eating disorders have shared characteristics. There is fear of becoming fat, drive to become thin, an obsession with food, weight, and calories. Families of sufferers also have an increased incidence of depression, obesity, substance abuse, and eating disorders. Two main eating disorders are Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa. Anorexia is an eating disorder in which a person is obsessed by thoughts of an unattainable image of “perfect” thinness....   [tags: Causes of Anorexia, Bulimia Nervosa] 590 words
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Binge Eating in Bulimia Nervosa - In our Western society, we have several different types of eating dysfunction, all of which are unique and tragic in their own right. Despite their individuality, however, they all have several overlapping symptoms that are key to their classification and severity. For Bulimia Nervosa (BN) and Binge Eating Disorder (BED), one of the core features is binge eating, which can be defined objectively by number of calories eaten in a given time or subjectively by the feelings of the binger....   [tags: Causes of Bulimia, Eating Disorders]
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Society’s Influence on Young Girls: Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa - Every generation has a set of values that they believe make a person beautiful. In the 1940’s and 50’s it was considered beautiful to be a voluptuous woman. A woman with a large chest and full hips was the ideal woman, such as Marylyn Monroe. The difference between then and now is, young women could escape this image if need be. Today it is impossible to ignore the stick thin super models on bill boards, TV, and in magazines. The influence of society on teenagers is so much that men actually expect a woman to be that stick thin model or they are considered “fat”, “tubby”, etc....   [tags: Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa]
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Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa - Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa Today, both anorexia and bulimia are the most common eating disorders and affect almost 15 percent of American teenagers. Eating disorders are fifteen times more likely to occur in adolescent girls than adolescent boys. They can be fatal and thousands die from every year but this is one mental illness that can be beaten. Anorexia is increasing more rapidly in developed countries than in underdeveloped countries. Bulimia is becoming the more common type of eating disorder among teens....   [tags: Causes of Bulimia, Eating Disorders]
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Bulimia in Teenage Girls - Bulimia in Teenage Girls Americans place a great deal of importance on being thin. All of the models, television personalities, and athletes are extremely thin. Trendy clothing styles are all made to flatter the thin figure. These constant reminders say to the American youth that in order to be successful, you must be thin. As a result, 1 in 10 teenage girls struggle with an eating disorder. Bulimia, one type of eating disorder, which is harmful to your physical and mental health, is becoming very popular with today’s young women....   [tags: Causes of Anorexia, Bulimia Nervosa] 518 words
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Differences and Similarities Between Bulimia and Anorexia - Differences and Similarities Between Bulimia and Anorexia In this essay similarities and the differences between anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa are considered. Similarities in the explanations of the two eating disorders are discussed through psychodynamic, behavioural, genetic and biochemical explanations. Anorexia nervosa is a complex emotional problem characterized by an obsession with food, weight, and thinness. Victims actually starve themselves, eating fewer calories than their bodies need to function....   [tags: Causes of Bulimia, Eating Disorders] 1152 words
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Anorexia vs. Bulimia - Anorexia vs. Bulimia According to Mary Pipher, PhD, “In a city of strangers, appearance is the only dimension available for the rapid assessment of others. Thus it becomes incredibly important in defining value” (216). “Beauty is a defining characteristic for American women” (Pipher 216). She later goes on to say that, “When unnatural thinness became attractive, girls did unnatural things to be thin” (217). One of the most common unnatural things girls did to be thin were develop two popular eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia....   [tags: Causes of Bulimia, Eating Disorders]
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Bulimia Nervosa - Bulimia Nervosa Within developmental lifespan psychology, eating disorders are often categorised under the heading of 'adolescence problems' along with suicide, delinquency, substance misuse and pregnancy. They are particularly associated with females, especially during the development stage of adolescence when one's physical, cognitive and social development leaves childhood and enters adulthood (Seifert et al, 1997: 333). It appears that young women are more dissatisfied with weight than women at any other stage of the female lifespan....   [tags: Causes of Anorexia, Bulimia Nervosa] 3151 words
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Bulimia Nervosa - Bulimia Nervosa Bulimia (oxlike hunger) can be more difficult to detect than anorexia because many girls and women with this disorder maintain a normal body weight. They consume large amounts of food, sometimes up to 5,000 calories worth, then purge themselves of the excess calories. Some do so by inducing vomiting, abusing laxatives or diuretics, taking enemas, fasting or exercising obsessively. The condition tends to become most serious in late adolescence, but can develop at any age from early adolescence to age 40....   [tags: Causes of Anorexia, Bulimia Nervosa] 393 words
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The Importance of Psychotherapy and Medication in the Treatment of Bulimia Nervosa - The Importance of Psychotherapy and Medication in the Treatment of Bulimia Nervosa This researched argument is on the disorder of bulimia nervosa. The reason behind my writing about the topic of bulimia is because my sister suffers from it and I want to know how to help her. I also would like to be able to share the information I obtained while doing my research. I want to argue the importance of having both psychotherapy and medication in the treatment for the people afflicted with this serious health disorder....   [tags: Causes of Bulimia, Eating Disorders]
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Eating Disorders: Bulimia Nervosa, Anorexia Nervosa, and Compulsive Overeating - Eating Disorders: Bulimia Nervosa, Anorexia Nervosa, and Compulsive Overeating Bulimia is an illness characterized by uncontrolled episodes of overeating usually followed by self-induced vomiting or other purging. Alternative names for Bulimia are Bulimia Nervosa, Binge-Purge Behavior, and also Eating Disorders. In bulimia, eating binges may occur as often as several times a day. Induced vomiting known as purging allows the eating to continue without the weight gain; it may continue until interrupted by sleep, abdominal pain, or the presence of another person....   [tags: Causes of Bulimia, Eating Disorders] 2314 words
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The Prevalence Of Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, And Binge Eating Disorder - The Prevalence Of Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, And Binge Eating Disorder How prevalent is anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and other eating disorders. Without the knowledge of research, one is likely to think eating disorders are quite prevalent in society today. However, research proves that eating disorders, in general, are not as prevalent as one might think without any knowledge of the subject. Prevalence of an eating disorder refers to the number of cases of an eating disorder within a population....   [tags: Causes of Bulimia, Eating Disorders]
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Overview of Bulimia - Throughout history, women have proved their intellectual strength. Whether it be gaining the right to vote and breaking the gender barrier from 1848-1920, or standing-up against racial injustice, women have been some of the most influential people. However, even after all this, women still have an increased desire to be thin because it is deemed “prettier” and “more desirable.” 40% of normal weight adolescent females regard themselves as “fat” and aspire to a thinner body, but “do not have time to watch what they eat or exercise” (Wade, Keski-Rahkonen, & Hudson, 2011)....   [tags: Eating Disorders, Body Image]
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Bulimia and Anorexia - Anorexia is rooted in both nature and nurture. The nature and nurture are sometimes based on the bad genes of the father and the mother. The bad genes produce faulty neurotransmitters and circuits.(“Case”) The biological underpinnings are only part of anorexia the mechanics is careful not to dismiss the point of the studies to culture and psychological issues of and catalysts for eating disorders. (“Case”) The studies are put together. This teenage girl in Fijian caused bad eating disorders in just three years....   [tags: Psychology]
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Bulimia Nervosa: The Diana Effect - The Diana Effect provides a compelling case study of how cultural influences can elevate general public and clinical awareness around a particular issue-in this case, the eating disorder (ED) bulimia nervosa (BN) in the United Kingdom between 1988 and 2000-particularly between 1992 to 1997. Evidence ofthe Diana Effect are witnessed in an unprecedented (and since unrepeated) trifold rise in the rate of reported bulimia incidences in the UK, significantly paralleling the trajectory of Princess Diana's relationship with the public surrounding her personal battle with bulimia....   [tags: Health, eating disorder]
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Understanding Bulimia as a Disease - Get rochelle’s story In order to understand bulimia as a disease, one must know what it is, the affects that it has on the victim and their family, and what treatments are available. What is bulimia. Bulimia is an eating disorder characterized by frequent episodes of binge eating followed by frantic efforts to avoid gaining weight (1). Other common names for bulimia include: bulimia nervosa and binging and purging (3). A person with bulimia starts out by trying to diet. The stricter the diet, the more obsessed a person could become with food....   [tags: eating disorder, treatment] 604 words
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Eating Disorders: Anorexia and Bulimia - Eating disorders can affect 10 million women and 1 million men in the U.S. (Stephen A. Lenz, 3). The U.S. is a wealthy country, and eating disorders are more common in wealthy countries (Meghan Rosen, 2). The most common eating disorder is Anorexia. The second most popular one is Bulimia. Many people are affected by these diseases every day. The people with these disorders live in a nightmare every day. The people most affected by these disorders are between 15 and 19 (Meghan Rosen, 2), and most teenagers keep it to themselves....   [tags: wealthy countries, mental disorders]
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Bulimia Nervosa and Anorexia Nervosa - Eating disorders are extremely harmful and rising in prevalence. . The two most common eating disorders are Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa. In this essay, I will compare and contrast these two disorders. This essay will also assess the symptoms, causes, health affects and the most prevalent characteristics of people diagnosed with these two eating disorders. “Anorexia Nervosa is characterized by self-starvation to avoid obesity. People with this disorder believe they are overweight, even when their bodies become grotesquely distorted by malnourishment.” (Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia) Symptoms of Anorexia Nervosa include: heart muscle damage, heartbeat irregularities, low blood p...   [tags: Comparison, Causes, Symptoms]
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Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa - ... Anorexia, along with other eating disorders, can cause or come hand-in-hand with anxiety, depression, heart/brain issues, and substance abuse. Anorexia can cause hair to become weak and thin, or fall out. It can cause serious medical issues such as kidney failure, anemia, heart failure, and osteoporosis. There are treatments for anorexia, but relapse is also always possible. Usually someone with anorexia will be treated by a team of nutritionists, doctors, and psychiatrists. Sometimes antidepressants or mood-stabilizers will be used....   [tags: eating disorders, treatment]
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Identifying and Conquering Bulimia - Before 1995, the island of Fiji had no reported cases of eating disorders. In three years of obtaining American and British television programming, more than two-thirds of the Fijian girls developed eating disorders and three quarters of the girls felt fat (Hall 1-2). Girls and guys are feeling more insecure about their bodies and are trying to cope with smothering feelings that come with being insecure. Some people aren’t well-educated on this topic, and because of that, they don’t see its seriousness....   [tags: Health, Eating Disorders] 2497 words
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Identifying and Solving Bulimia - “In Fiji, before television came about in 1995, the island had no reported cases of eating disorders. Within three years of obtaining American and British television programming, more than two-thirds of the Fijian girls developed eating disorders and three quarters of the girls felt fat” (Hall 1-2). Now, eating disorders are becoming more and more common as the years go by. Bulimia has been around for thirty years and people are still not very familiar with the harm it can do physically and emotionally....   [tags: Health, Eating Disorders] 2580 words
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Eating Disorders: Bulimia Nervosa - Today, nearly ten to fifteen percent of adolescent boys suffer from an eating disorder in today’s population (Ray, 2004), and nearly thirty-five to fifty- seven percent of adolescent girls suffer from one as well (Boutelle, Neumark-Sztainer, Story, &Resnick, 2002; Neumark-Sztainer&Hannan, 2001; Wertheim et al., 2009). One of the most common forms of eating disorders is bulimia nervosa. This is a psychological disorder that has nutritional and physical consequences to someone (Smolin). This disorder consists of an individual consuming an excessive amount of calories in a short amount of time and shortly after consuming, forcing them self to remove the food from their system....   [tags: young boy, adolescents, women] 897 words
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Bulimia Nervosa: Meg's Story - Bulimia Nervosa Bulimia is one of the many eating disorders found among Americas today. People with eating disorders, such as bulimia or anorexia, spend every day locked inside the mindset that they are fat. Someone with bulimia nervosa eats as much food as they can in one sitting and then purges the food they just consumed. Purging can be many things; for example forced vomiting, the use of laxatives, also over exercising can be a form of purging. People purge to get rid of the excess calories or fat after they consume large amounts of food....   [tags: Eating Disorders] 586 words
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Bulimia Nervosa - BULIMIA NERVOSA 307.51 (F50.2) Introduction Individuals diagnosed with bulimia nervosa undertake frequent binge eating, followed by expelling the food, typically by inducing vomiting, but also through exercising and the use of laxative agents, diuretics, and enemas (American Psychiatric Association, 2013). The binge eating occurrences are often prompted by a negative perception of one’s body image, temporarily alleviated by the binge eating episode. Since the individual with bulimia nervosa is overanxious about body weight, purging of the food is viewed as a necessity....   [tags: eating disorder, binge eating]
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Bulimia Nervosa - So you have been diagnosed with Bulimia Nervosa. Well let’s take a closer look at what that really means. I am sure you have all kinds of emotions running through you at this point and many questions. If you take the time to calm down and breathe, things will get better. You have a fighting chance to beat Bulimia Nervosa and reading this is a good start. This article will show you everything you need to know and learn to conquer this disorder; such as, what the signs are,what it means to have the disorder, the phenomenology, the epidemiology, the causes, the treatments, and of course how to overcome and survive the disorder....   [tags: Eating Disorder, Causes, Treatments]
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Bulimia Nervosa: The Disease, Diagnosis and Therapy - Bulimia, known as Bulimia Nervosa, is a deadly eating disorder in which an individual believes they are fat or overweight. Those individuals lose weight through unhealthy and dangerous methods. The overall desire to be thin and accepted appears to be the main cause of Bulimia. The attitudes about diet and appearance expressed by parents can be a factor. Teens may temporarily become slightly overweight and parents who react negatively may cause their children to become fearful or anxious about the way they look....   [tags: Diet, Nursing, Eating Disorders, Weight, Medical] 876 words
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