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BackgroundBinge eating disorder is a common and disabling disorder related to poor cognitive skills. BED-bound tDCS and ABMT in adults with BED can be combined with ABMT and vice versa, ultimately improving treatment outcomes. MethodsThis study reports a feasibility single-blind randomized controlled trial of concurrent self-administered tDCS and ABMT in adults with BED. The BED will be randomly assigned to one of four groups: ABMT with real or sham self-administered tDCS, ABMT only, or waiting list control. The primary medical outcome and rate ratios from Poisson regression will be reported when episodes of binge eating at follow-up.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyt.2022.949246
Although there is preliminary evidence that binge eating may have influenced muscle dysmorphia in the clinical presentation of muscle dysmorphia, muscle dysmorphia, no such studies have been investigated. To investigate the relationship between binge eating and MD signs, we conducted a research involving 505 men and women using self-report questionnaires. We discovered that signs of MD and binge eating are positively related.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s40337-022-00632-8
Obesity in childhood and adolescence is a significant health issue worldwide. Either way, eating disorders are complex disorders that affect teenagers with an increasing prevalence and are a troubling health issue for both physical and mental health. Exercise, which can be used to prevent and treat obesity-related illnesses, may have positive effects on BED disorders, allowing it to be regarded as one of the key factors in the treatment of people with BED. Particularly, we focused on the benefits of physical fitness in the multidisciplinary treatment of obesity with BED. And though more research is required to draw conclusions regarding exercise's role in the prevention of obesity and comorbid BED, particularly in teenagers, has already shown that tightly monitored exercise is safe and that, when coupled with cognitive behavioral therapy, can provide multiple health benefits on both physical and mental health.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph19148300
The aim of this research was to identify the key psychopathological determinants of obese candidates for bariatric surgery, with particular emphasis on the link between psychopathology and gender. Methods: The Revised Symptom Checklist 90-R, the Eating Disorder Examination Questionnaire, the Binge Eating Scale, the Body Uneasiness Test, and the Obesity-Related Wellbeing Test were all tested in total, including the Obesity-Related Wellbeing. BES's male and female subjects had different results, with higher BES scores among women being reported than those of men, according to mixed results. Both women and men in the extreme binge eating group earned higher scores for the SCL-90-R. Conclusion: The signs of BED, as well as body image dissatisfaction, are among the most important things to look at for candidates for bariatric surgery in order to enhance the surgery outcomes.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/brainsci12070955
Nevertheless, no information about this eating disorder pathology in older adults, especially in relation to health problems used in geriatrics, is known, while testing for correlations with body mass index reveals nothing. Method Women aged 60-to-94 completed two online BE and health questionnaires. In comparison to both Subpoetical-frequency BE and No BE, the Clinical-frequency BE group reported reduced quality of life and poorer psychological stability. Also reported lower sleep, nutritious food intake, general wellness, and positive impact in comparison to No BE. BMI is a determinant of poorer health in older women, but it is not limited to the effects of BMI. Conclusion Weekly BE may have a useful screening benchmark for determining one type of overnutrition in older women that is associated with various indicators of poorer health. When accounting for BMI, we compared health habits, physical fitness, health-related quality of life, and psychological stability among older adult women who reported weekly or more frequent BE, those with low frequency BE, and those with no BE. In comparison to the Subjective BE and No BE groups, older women in the Clinical BE group reported lower health-related quality of life, more depression symptoms, and worse body appearance. The Clinical BE group also reported shorter sleep, less frequent consumption of nutritious foods, improved health, and reduced frequent positive emotions compared to the NoBE group. Engaging in weekly BE can be one form of overnutrition in older women that is linked to various indicators of poorer health.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s40337-022-00621-x
ABSTRACT Objective: Binge eating disorder is the most common eating disorder in people with obesity. Compared to those from the non-BED group, individuals of the BED group showed significantly higher frequency of altered eating habits, elevated depressive symptom scores, and TNF-u03b1 levels. Individuals with obesity and BED had higher psychiatric risk, poor eating habits, and a worse inflammatory profile than those without BED.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.20945/2359-3997000000489
bing eating disorder Bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder are two eating disorders characterized by regular binge eating. Results Both HAPIFED and CBT-E showed statistical significance for the time period, with stress down, with blood test results for glucose, insulin, triglycerides, and cholesterol within the normal range, and 52% were within the acceptable range for the physical component of quality of life at baseline, with no change during the trial period. Conclusion Integrating weight and ED management resulted in similar outcomes to ED therapy alone. Although adding weight management to an ED intervention had no adverse effects on psychological outcomes, it did not have no effect on metabolic outcomes.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888-022-04005-y
According to statistics, an attentional bias toward food in binge-eating disorder has existed; however, more information on attentional engagement and disengagement, as well as multiple attention-coming stimuli is required. During a free exploration strategy and a visual search task, n = 23 participants with full-syndrome and subsyndromal BED, and n = 23 participants with perfectly matching healthy controls and n = 23 individually matched healthy controls were used to measure attention to food and non-food stimuli. Companies did not differ in their initial fixation position in the free exploration period. Although both groups had significantly longer attention than food stimuli, the BED group received more attention on food than controls, with food more than controls. The groups did not differ in detection times in the visual search task. An increased initial interest in food was attributed to higher BED symptoms and lower body mass index only in full-syndrome BED, although a greater focus on food was associated with lower BMI in controls.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/nu9080903
Although pituitary adenylate cyclase activating polypeptide signaling in the hypothalamic ventromedial nucleus has been shown to control feeding, a problem in unmasking this peptide in obesity is that excess feeding can involve many factors, including homeostatic and hedonic-related drives. In these studies, we first isolated distinct feeding preferences by inventing a new model of binge behavior in which homeostatic-driven feeding was temporally distinguished from feeding driven by food palatability. We found that AMPA-infused VMN increased standard chow intake in food-restricted rats, but this intervention failed to change palatable food intake in satiated rats. The action of GABA agonists in the NAc mimicked GABA agonists' behavior by reducing hedonic feeding without changing homeostatic feeding. The excitation of VMN neurons and the inhibition of NAc neurons was confirmed by slice electrophysiology data.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fnins.2016.00383
Binge Eating Disorder is a disorder that causes excess body weight and obesity. The therapeutic strategy for BED, both in-patient and in out-patient settings, is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Moreover, telemedicine, a new low cost strategy, has been used in out-patient settings for obesity with BED in order to prevent relapse after the inpatient step of care and to maintain a continuum of care with the involvement of the same medical in-patient team. Methods in a two-arm random controlled clinical trial will determine the difference between CBT and Brief Strategic Therapy. A pilot study will be conducted before a large scale randomized controlled clinical trial based on BST's use in BED therapy. Both the CBT and BST groups will receive an in-hospitalization as well as 8 out-patient telephone-based sessions of psychological assistance and monitoring with the same in-patient psychotherapists. The change in the Global Index of the Outcome Questionnaire's Primary outcome measure of the randomized trial would be the change in the Global Index of the Outcome Questionnaire's Primary outcome measure. Considering the number of weekly binge episodes and weight loss, the percentage of BED patients admitted will be the basis of secondary outcome measures. Discussion with the STRATOB, a two-phase step down program for obese people with BED seeking surgery for BED, will shed light on the comparison of the BST's effectiveness with the gold standard CBT and the continuity of care at home using a low-level of telecare.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/1745-6215-12-114
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