Dietary issues Presentation

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Objectives of this Presentation. To talk about and comprehend the contrast between cluttered eating and eating disorders.To comprehend principle sorts of eating disorders.To learn why individuals create eating disorders.To comprehend the distinctive ways to deal with treatment.To learn tips to help an understudy who may be encountering an eating disorder.To leave with superb assets for future reference..

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Dietary problems Presentation Becky Brandsberg-Herrera MSW, LCSW University Counseling Services 785-4014

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Goals of this Presentation To examine and comprehend the distinction between disarranged eating and dietary issues. To comprehend principle sorts of dietary problems. To realize why individuals create dietary issues. To comprehend the distinctive ways to deal with treatment. To learn tips to help an understudy who might encounter a dietary issue. To leave with amazing assets for future reference.

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Disordered Eating versus Dietary issues A disease Frequent and tireless musings and practices about body, sustenance and eating that prompt to issues in normal working Life-undermining Professional intercession A response to an existence circumstance; a propensity Absence of enthusiastic contemplations or issues in standard working Education, self improvement can bring about change

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Eating Feelings, Attitudes & Behaviors Continuum

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Types of dietary problems Anorexia Nervosa Bulimia Nervosa Binge Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (NOS)

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Dying to be Thin Written, Produced and Directed by Larkin McPhee; a NOVA creation (2000)

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Anorexia Nervosa: What is it? Dietary problems: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Produced and Edited by Constance M. Jones (2004)

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Anorexia Nervosa: Warning Signs Dramatic weight reduction Refusal to eat certain sustenances or nourishment classifications (e.g. no fats, no carbs) Consistent reasons to keep away from circumstances including sustenance Excessive and inflexible practice routine Withdrawal from regular companions/relatives Source: National Eating Disorders Association Website

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Health Risks with Anorexia Heart disappointment Kidney disappointment Low protein stores Digestive issues Electrolyte awkwardness

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Bulimia Nervosa: What is it? Dietary issues: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Produced and Edited by Constance M. Jones (2004)

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Bulimia Nervosa: Warning Signs Wrappers/compartments demonstrating utilization of a lot of nourishment Frequent outings to restroom after dinners Signs of heaving e.g. recoloring of teeth, calluses on hands Excessive and inflexible practice routine Withdrawal from common companions/relatives Source: National Eating Disorders Association Website

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Health Risks with Bulimia Electrolyte awkwardness Laxative reliance Dental issues Stomach break Menstruation anomalies

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Binge Eating Disorder: What is it? Dietary issues: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Produced and Edited by Constance M. Jones (2004)

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Binge Eating Disorder: Warning Signs Wrappers/holders showing utilization of a lot of sustenance MAY be overweight for age and tallness MAY have a long history of rehashed endeavors to eating regimen feel urgent about their trouble to control nourishment admission MAY eat for the duration of the day with no arranged mealtimes Source: National Eating Disorders Association Website

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Health Risks with Binge Eating Disorder High circulatory strain High cholesterol Gall bladder infection Diabetes Heart ailment Certain sorts of malignancy

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Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (NOS) NOS class is for disarranges of eating that don't meet the criteria for a particular Eating Disorder Examples include: For females, the greater part of the criteria for Anorexia Nervosa are met aside from that the individual has consistent menses OR regardless of huge weight reduction the individual's present weight is in the ordinary range. Source: Adapted from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-IV

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Body Dysmorphic Disorder Excessively worried around an envisioned deformity in appearance Muscle Dysmorphia Obsess about being little and immature

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What is the circumstance at Truman? In the Spring of 2006, 552 Truman understudies finished the National College Health Assessment (NCHA). The accompanying are the discoveries: 1.8% of understudies revealed encountering Anorexia 2.9% of understudies detailed encountering Bulimia 2.4% of understudies announced that their dietary problem/issue influenced their scholastics

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What is the circumstance at Truman? Inside the most recent 30 days, Truman understudies detailed:

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Why do individuals create dietary problems? Practices are unfortunate methods for dealing with stress Factors to consider Psychological Interpersonal Social/Cultural Biological

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Psychological elements Low self-regard Feelings of insufficiency or disappointment Feeling wild Response to change (adolescence) Response to stress (sports, move) Personal disease

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More mental elements: Vulnerable Personality Characteristics Identity challenges Need for endorsement Perfectionist Obsessive propensities Irrational speculation Difficulty adapting Inability to acknowledge self

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Interpersonal Factors Troubled family and individual connections Difficulty communicating feelings and emotions History of being prodded or disparaged in view of size or weight History of physical or sexual manhandle

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Social and Cultural Factors Cultural weights that celebrate slimness and place an incentive on getting the ideal body Narrow meanings of magnificence that incorporate just ladies and men of particular body weights and shapes Cultural standards that esteem individuals on the premise of physical appearance and not internal qualities and qualities

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Barbie and Bodies Seven feet tall 38 inch trunk 21 inch midriff 36 inch hips Virtually unattainable for a grown-up lady

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G. I. Joe 1970-GI Joe was 5 ft. 10 inches, 32 inch midriff and 12 inch upper arms 2000-29 inch midsection and 16 ½ inch arms

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Biological Factors Eating issue regularly keep running in families (learn adapting aptitudes and dispositions in family) Genetic part—look into about cerebrum and eating in occurring (certain chemicals in the cerebrum control craving, hunger and absorption have been discovered unbalanced). Source:

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More on science Dying to be Thin Written, Produced and Directed by Larkin McPhee; a NOVA generation (2000)

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Consequences of dietary issues - Tearing up the brain and body - Mind-bended and fanatical contemplations with respect to nourishment, work out, self-perception, - Takes over your life—death toll in different regions: social, monetary, otherworldly, proficient, scholarly - Anything that hauls you out of adjust can crush your life—or if nothing else make it hopeless - Physical-amenorrhea, lack of hydration, electrolyte lopsided characteristics, dry skin, durable disturbances of ordinary inside working Source: Academy For Eating Disorders

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Treatment alternatives Help comes in various structures including : Psychotherapy Support or self improvement gatherings Medical treatment Nutritional treatment Medication Hospitalization Help is accessible. Get help on the off chance that you require it. Urge a friend or family member to get help on the off chance that they require it.

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somewhat more individual now…

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Deciding If You Abuse Food I regularly manage troublesome sentiments with sustenance I ponder my weight and appearance I give an excessive amount of time and thought to nourishment I have lied or been hidden about my eating conduct I have continued eating gorges that I felt I won't not have the capacity to stop I have utilized heaving, intestinal medicines, water pills, and additionally consume less calories pills to control my weight

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How to Help Family and Friends "Tips for Talking to a Friend Who May Be Struggling with a dietary problem" *Set an opportunity to talk *Communicate your concerns *Ask your companion to investigate these worries *Avoid clashes or an expressive dance of the wills *Avoid setting disgrace, fault, or blame *Avoid giving basic arrangements *Express your proceeded with bolster Knowledge Awareness Support Boundaries By National Eating Disorders Association

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Body Image Not the whole arrangement, however in the event that we have a solid, practical self-perception we are less inclined to utilize nourishment as an approach to adapt to our feelings, stress and issues.

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Web Resources Anorexia Nervosa and Related Eating Disorders National Eating Disorders Association American Dietetic Association Something Fishy Web Site on Eating Disorders

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Truman State University Resources University Counseling Services 785-4014 Student Health Services 785-4182

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Thank You!! Becky Brandsberg-Herrera, MSW. LCSW University Counseling Services brandsberg@ 785-4014