Bulimia Nervosa in Male Steed Racer

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Articulation of the Problem. - Rebekah Parris. Foundation Leading to Problem. BulimiaHow do men get an issue like bulimia?What is a Horse Jockey?About the game and how bulimia has influence.. Clear Statement of Problem. Impacts of Bulimia on male steed racers. Refered to Sources. Caulfield, Michael J. what's more, Karageorghis, Costas I.(2008)'Psychological impacts of quick weight reduction and mentalities towards ea

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Bulimia Nervosa in Male Horse Jockey Chauntoiya Jones Cherell Lawson Rayhan Mursalin Rebekah Parris Richard Graham Whitney Moore

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Statement of the Problem - Rebekah Parris

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Background Leading to Problem Bulimia How do men get a confusion like bulimia? What is a Horse Jockey? About the game and how bulimia has impact.

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Clear Statement of Problem Effects of Bulimia on male stallion racers

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Cited Sources Caulfield, Michael J. what's more, Karageorghis, Costas I.(2008)' Psychological impacts of quick weight reduction and dispositions towards eating among expert racers ', Journal of Sports Sciences,26:9,877 — 883 Baum, Antonia. (2006). Dietary problems in the male competitor. Sports Medicine, 36(1): 1-6 Hall, L., Leigh, C. (1999) Bulimia: a manual for recuperation Kirkpatrick, J., Caldwell, P. (2001) Eating issue .

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Significance to Optimal Health - Chauntoiya Jones

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Restate Problem Effects of Bulimia on male stallion racers

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Connection to Health Effect Physical signs and manifestations of bulimia Calluses or scars on the knuckles or hands from staying fingers down the throat to incite regurgitating. Puffy "chipmunk" cheeks brought about by rehashed heaving. Teeth Discoloration - from introduction to stomach corrosive when hurling. Teeth might be yellow Frequent varieties in weight - Weight may vary by 10 pounds or more because of exchanging scenes of gorging then vomiting.

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Connection to Health Effect Dehydration Weight increase Abdominal agony, bloating Swelling of the hands and feet Chronic sore throat, dryness Broken veins in the eyes Swollen cheeks and salivary organs Weakness and tipsiness Tooth rot and mouth bruises Acid reflux or ulcers Ruptured stomach or throat Chronic blockage from diuretic mishandle

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Impact of Health Effect

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Cited Sources Suzanne Barston, Melinda Smith, M.A., and Jeanne Segal, Ph.D., added to this article. Keep going adjusted on: 3/3/08. "Bulimia Nervosa - Signs, Symptoms, Treatment, and Help". http://www.helpguide.org/mental/bulimia_signs_symptoms_causes_treatment.htm Irina Webster. :The Long Term Effects of Bulimia Nervosa". 2008 Street registry. The Health Issues Program . http://www.streetdirectory.com/travel_guide/47330/lose_weight/long_term_effects_of_bulimia_nervosa.html Jane Kirby. "Consuming less calories Jockeys chance dietary problems". Walk 10, 2008. http://news.scotsman.com/anorexia/Dieting-racers hazard eating-disorders.3859401.jp Video Clip: Compliments of MTV-I Want the Perfect Body Part 2 Episode 20. http://www.mtv.com/recordings/misc/208166/finish change-of-life.jhtml#id=1581175

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Possible Solutions Cherell Lawson Whitney Moore

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Connect Effect/Impact & Solutions Jockey's get their alloted weight from a dashing secretary at the track they are hustling. In the U.S. the points of confinement are regularly under 120 lbs. The farthest point at the Kentucky Derby is 126 lbs The normal American male weighs more than 190 lbs Their weight is specifically identified with their weight, so they will so essentially anything to accomplish the doled out weight. Ex: Purging or "flipping" as the maneuver's call it, sitting in saunas, plastic practice suits, stimulant medications, Many tracks have "hurling bowls" for cleansing 30% of racers cleanse to accomplish their objective weight.

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Variety of Approach/Specificity Increase the base weight confine for the racers. In any case, in the wake of being examined, the general population in the move business appear to think more about the stallions as opposed to the move's themselves Give maneuvers some sort of mental support as they are attempting to lose the weight. Give eating projects to more beneficial weight reduction.

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Applicability of Solutions

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Cited Sources Hughes, Mark . Racers' Run Risk of Eating Disorders' in Bid To Stay Thin . Walk 11, 2008. http://www.independent.ie/wellbeing/most recent news/racers run-danger of-dietary problems in-offer to-stay-thin 1313391.html Jockeys eating less carbs to achieve riding weights hazard dietary problems March 10, 2008 http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/wellbeing/racers consuming less calories to-achieve riding-weights-chance eating-disorders_10025863.html Tiemeyer, Matthew. Weight Limits for Horse Jockeys Demand Disordered Eating February 9, 2008 http://eatingdisorders.about.com/od/riskfactors/a/jockeyweight.htm

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Select/Support Best Solution Rayhan Mursalin

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Based on Literature Increase the base weight constrain for both Jockey and steed Medical Treatment (Antidepressant) Nutritional Adjustment (Registered dietician) Social Support (With the assistance of family and companion) Psychotherapy: -Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy - Psychodynamic/Psychoanalytic Therapy

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Process of Identifying Best Patients accepting drug in blend with mental treatment experienced more noteworthy change in voraciously consuming food and dejection than did patients getting fake treatment and mental treatment. (BT Walsh et al.) Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy has been observed to be better than different psychotherapies in lessening bulimic symptoms.(Peterson CB, Mitchell JE.)

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Impact of Solution on Problem Jockeys can be profited with the support from specialist and dietician. On the off chance that they are given enrolled dietician, they can free weight soundly. Specialist can change the way they think and can modify their behavioral example. Racers will be in lesser danger of starvation and parchedness and will have the capacity to live solid.

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Cited Sources WS Agras, EM Rossiter, B Arnow, JA Schneider, CF Telch, SD Raeburn, B Bruce, M Perl and LM Koran. Pharmacologic and psychological behavioral treatment for bulimia nervosa: a controlled correlation. American Journal of Psychiatry 1992. 149:82-87 http://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/cgi/content/unique/149/1/82 BT Walsh, GT Wilson, KL Loeb, MJ Devlin, KM Pike, SP Roose, J Fleiss and C Waternaux. Solution and psychotherapy in the treatment of bulimia nervosa. American Journal of Psychiatry 1997. 154:523-531 http://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/cgi/content/unique/154/4/523 Peterson CB, Mitchell JE. J Clin Psychol. Psychosocial and pharmacological treatment of dietary issues: a survey of research discoveries. 1999 Jun. 55(6):685-97. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10445860 Matthew Tiemeyer. Dietary problems: Getting the Help You Need http://eatingdisorders.about.com/od/resourcesandreviews/u/treatment.htm Matthew Tiemeyer. Eating Disorder Treatment. Upgraded. September 23, 2008 http://eatingdisorders.about.com/od/treatmentstrategies/an/edtreatment.htm Matthew Tiemeyer. Treatment for Bulimia Speeds Recovery. Upgraded: October 16, 2007 http://eatingdisorders.about.com/od/whatisbulimianervosa/a/bulimiatherapy.htm

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Summary and Conclusions - Richard Graham

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Effect of Problem on health Effects on physical wellbeing Extreme weight reduction BMI lessens underneath 17.5 Stunted development Swollen salivation organs Endocrine issue Impotence in guys

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What if not tended to? If not tended to manifestations can deteriorate and the body could hint at starvation and lack of hydration. On the off chance that still not treated conceivable demise

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Possible Solutions Bring an ensured dietitian to chip away at shedding pounds in a sound and powerful way. Increment the heaviness of both the stallion and rider Provide one-on-one treatment sessions adopting the Cognitive Behavioral Strategy

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Selected Solution Anticipated Outcome Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy is a type of psychotherapy that underlines the vital part of deduction by they way we feel and what we do. One on one treatment sessions with racers who feel they require offer assistance. I foresee that if enough maneuvers begin looking for help the issue can turn out to be sufficiently vast to make familiarity with this framework.

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Cited Sources Rosenbaum, Dr. Michael, and Dr. Rex Gatto. "What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy." NACBT Online Headquarters. 5 Apr. 2007. NACBT. 30 Nov. 2008 < http://www.nacbt.org/whatiscbt.htm >. We should Talk Facts About: Eating Disorders, American Psychiatric Association, 2005 Health Consequences of Eating Disorders, Copyright 2006 by the National Eating Disorders Association

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