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Prevalence and Risk Factors of Binge-eating Disorder among Bahraini Youth and Young Adults: a cross-sectional study

Abstract Background Binge-eating disorder is a chronic disorder that has caused the ingestion of a substantial amount of food in a short period of time. BED has the highest prevalence of all eating disorders. BED has been shown to have a strong association with both physical and psychological factors, including obesity, depression, and anxiety, according to studies. Depression and anxiety were also measured by the Patient health questionnaire -9, and general anxiety disorder -7 to measure depression and anxiety, respectively. Out of all participants, 21. 2% had binge eating disorders. Depression had the largest correlation with a value of. Out of all risk factors, anxiety had the highest correlation with depression. Conclusion In conclusion, the prevalence of binge-eating disorder symptoms among the study participants was extremely high. The findings reveal that the presence of obesity, depression, and anxiety as potential risk factors for binge eating tendencies can be significant.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1915080/v1


Risk and protective factors for new onset binge eating, low weight, and self-harm symptoms in over 25,000 individuals in the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic

Object: The disruption triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic has been attributed to poor mental stability, including an increase in eating disorder and self-harm symptoms. Method: The COVID-19 Psychiatry and Neurological Genetics research and the Repeated Assessment of Mental Health in Pandemics Study provided the raw data. Exposures included socioeconomic status, life psychiatric disorder, and COVID-related variables, including SARS-CoV-2 infection/illness with COVID-19. To determine the causes that contributed to the new onset of our results, we used four logistic regression models. Results: New onset was documented within each subsample, 8. 9% for low weight, 26. 6% for suicidal and/or self-harm belief, and 3. 3 percent for self-harm. Conversely, infection with SARS-CoV-2/illness with COVID-19 reduced the chances of both research and death. Review: Overall, we found shared risk factors that may explain the comorbidity between eating disorders and self-harm. During future pandemics, subgroups of individuals with these risk factors could require more frequent monitoring.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/qsbwf


Does concurrent self-administered transcranial direct current stimulation and attention bias modification training improve symptoms of binge eating disorder? Protocol for the TANDEM feasibility randomized controlled trial

Background Binge eating disorder is a common and disabling condition related to poor cognitive skills. When combined, tDCS can enhance the effects of ABMT and vice versa, thus improving treatment outcomes. Methods This paper describes a feasibility single-blind placebo randomized trial of concurrent self-administered tDCS and ABMT in adults with BED. Adults with BED will be randomly assigned to one of four groups: ABMT with real or sham self-administered tDCS, ABMT only, or waiting list control. Outcomes will be assessed at baseline, immediately post-treatment, and six weeks after the end of therapy, as well as at comparable time points for participants in the waitlist control program. The primary clinical outcome and rate ratios from Poisson regression will be reported on episodes of binge eating at a follow-up.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyt.2022.949246


Integrated Care for Binge Eating and Other Eating Disorders

Bulimia nervosa and anorexia nervosa are more common in females, and although they are most commonly seen in pediatric and adolescent medicine clinic settings, they are also observed in adult practice populations. This chapter explores how primary care practices can develop integrated and collaborative care services, likely to benefit large numbers of patients, and efficiently coordinate with specialty care as needed.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/med/9780190276201.003.0015


Cue Exposure for Binge Eating

And after nutrition stabilization, many patients who have had difficulties with binge eating persist to do so. Cue exposure can be particularly helpful in addressing such binge eating. Patients learn that their binge cues are no longer indicative of an actual case of binge eating in this process.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/med-psych/9780190069742.003.0011


Effect of masculine eating and drinking beliefs on male consumers’ concern with healthy eating and binge drinking

Purpose The aim of this paper is to investigate the connection between masculine eating/drinking beliefs on male customers' problems with unhealthy eating/drinking habits and binge drinking. In addition, this research explores whether and how a change in these beliefs influences binge drinking preference and desire to eat unhealthy food. In the connection of masculine eating/drinking beliefs with binge drinking, Study 2 investigated the mediating role of fear with unhealthy eating/drinking habits in the connection with binge drinking. The results of an experimental research, which examined the impact of knowledge about some adverse effects of masculine beliefs on the respondents to the masculine eating/drinking belief survey and, in turn, binge drinking intention and intention to consume unhealthy food. The results of this paper reveal that masculine eating/drinking beliefs are correlated with reduced appetite/drinking and, in turn, greater binge drinking.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1108/ejm-07-2021-0513


Prediction of binge-eating disorder based on symptoms of depression, emotion regulation, and psychological flexibility in women with type 2 diabetes

Type 2 diabetes affects more than 90% of diabetic patients, and in addition to physical disorders, is linked to psychological disorders such as binge-eating disorder. Both diagnosing and treating binge-eating disorder can improve many comorbidities and type 2 diabetes. This report seeks to predict binge-eating disorder in women with type 2 diabetes based on indicators of depression, emotion control, and psychological flexibility. Methods: The present descriptive-correlational study was conducted on 102 people with type 2 diabetes by the joint activity of diabetes center and social media in a targeted way. Depression symptoms with a prediction of 33% of the variability of binge-eating disorder was the most reliable predictor of the disorder in people with type 2 diabetes. Conclusion: It can be argued that early detection and treatment of depression in people with type 2 diabetes can help prevent binge-eating disorder in those people.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.18502/tbj.v21i1.9937


The Occurrence and Covariation of Binge Eating and Compensatory Behaviors Across Early to Mid-Adolescence

Abstract The purpose of this research was to investigate the occurrence and covariation of four eating disorder behaviors in elementary, middle, and high school years. According to self-report, a sample of 1,906 people aged over five years at nine time points, from the first year of elementary school to the second year of high school, binge eating, smoking, compensatory exercise, and fasting habits were assessed by self-report. During the 5-year cycle, binge eating and purging in the United States have increased, but rates of compensatory exercise and fasting have decreased.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/jpepsy/jsx113


Hypokalemia in Patients With Eating Disorders Is Associated With Binge-Purge Behavior, Lower Body Mass Index, and Hypoalbuminemia ~Predicting Hypokalemia During Refeeding~

Aim of this paper Aim in patients with eating disorders Hypokalemia is often present in patients with eating disorders, and it can lead to life-threatening illnesses. In this research, we investigated the causes of hypokalemia in patients with eating disorders who are acutely treated. Methods We recruited 52 patients from 89 admissions with eating disorders and analyzed serum potassium levels at admission. Results A lower serum potassium level at admission and a lower nadir potassium level during refeeding were attributed to a decreased body mass index, hypoalbuminemia, and binge-purge behavior. Conclusions: Hence, lower body mass index, hypoalbuminemia, and binge-purge activity among patients with eating disorders can lead to hypokalemia in patients with eating disorders both at admission and during refeeding. Our research is the first to show that hunger and refeeding themselves can contribute to hypokalemia in patients with eating disorders.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-556323/v1


The Connection Between Childhood Maltreatment and Eating Disorder Psychopathology: A Network Analysis Study in People With Bulimia Nervosa and With Binge Eating Disorder

People with BN and 144 with BED filled in the Eating Disorder Inventory-2, to assess ED psychopathology, and the Childhood Trauma Questionnaire, to assess their early trauma experiences, included traumatic experiences. Through the emotional abuse node, both people with BN and BED were connected to the ED psychopathology. In those with BN, it represented ineffectiveness, while in those with BED, it was impulsivity. The present findings back up the assertion that emotional abuse exists in all of the key ED diagnoses, in light of literature showing that emotional abuse has a link between CM and ED psychopathology also in anorexia nervosa. Ineffectiveness and impulsivity may be related to particular psychopathological features related to emotional abuse and promoting the maintenance of ED core symptoms in BN and BED, respectively.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-204849/v1

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