CAMS UA 101- Eating Disorder Notes

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Child/Adoles Mental Hlth Stds
Jess Shatkin

4060 of normal weight female teens view themselves as too heavy60 female teens diet regularlyfirst formal diagnoses was anorexia hysterica in 1600slater anorexia nervosaBulimia Nervosa first clinically described in 1979Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa both are concerned with body shape and imageAnorexia has the highest death rate in all of psychiatryusually death from eating disorders result from related symptoms cardiac arrest etcMyth anorexicsbulemics arent hungry false actually hungry and have an appetiteAnorexia Norevosarestricting type fasting introverted decreased risk of substance abusebingeeatingpurging bulimic type binge eating or purging more volatile prone to substance abusevomiting exercising diruetics laxatives enemasBulimia NervosaBingeeating DisordersUnspecified Feeding or Eating disorder Anorexia Nervosarestriction of energy intake relative to requirements leading to a significantly low below 85 body weight in the context of age sex developmental trajectory and physical healthintense fear of gaining weight or becoming fat or persistent behavior that interferes with weight gain even though underweightdisturbance in the way in which ones body weight or shape is experienced undue influence of body weight or shape on selfevaluation or persistent lac
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