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

Background: Binge-eating disorder is a persistent abnormal ingestion of a large amount of food in a short period of time. BED has the highest incidence of all eating disorders in the country. BED has a strong correlation between BED and both physical and psychological factors, including obesity, anxiety, and anxiety, according to reports. This report was designed to show the prevalence and predisposing causes of BED among Bahrainis. Depression and anxiety were also measured, respectively, by the Patient health questionnaire -9 and general anxiety disorder -7. Conclusions: Out of all participants, 21. 2% had binge eating disorders, according to the report. Depression had the most significant relationship with a value of out of all risk factors. Conclusion: The prevalence of binge-eating disorder symptoms among the study participants was particularly high. The findings show that it is vital that researchers understand the correlation between obesity, depression, and anxiety as potential risk factors for binge eating tendencies.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/PPR/PPR527300


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

Objective: The COVID-19 pandemic's failure has been attributed to poor mental stability, including rises in eating disorders and self-harm symptoms. Study of Mental Health in Pandemics: The COVID-19 Psychiatry and Neurological Genetics research as well as the Repeated Assessment of Mental Health in Pandemics Study gathered data. binge eating, low body, suicidal and/or self-harm prediction, and self-harm were four sub-samples of participants with no pre-pandemic exposure of our findings: binge eating, low blood, suicidal and/or self-harm convictions were found in our sample: binge eating, low weight, suicide, and/or self-harm suggestion, and self-harm. To find causes associated with the new onset of our findings, we used four logistic regression models. Conversely, SARS-CoV-2/illness infection with COVID-19 was attributed to lower hopes of any outcomes. Discussion: Overall, we discovered common risk factors that may lead to the comorbidity between eating disorders and self-harm. During future pandemics, subgroups of individuals with these risk factors may require more frequent surveillance.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/PPR/PPR527957


An examination of daily sleep characteristics and subsequent eating disorder behavior among individuals with binge-spectrum eating disorders.

Also, the present research examined daily interactions with sleep and ED habits among individuals with binge-spectrum EDs. Method Participants performed seven daily ecological momentary assessment surveys over 7-14 days; morning surveys assessed sleep habits; and 6 randomly timed polls each day captured ED behaviors. Discussion within and between-subjects relationships between sleep quality and length as well as compensatory behaviour involvement indicate that sleep plays a vital role in ED behaviors. Future research should include sensor-based sleep measurement and analyze how specific aspects of sleep influence BE and treatment response. Evidence obtained from a controlled trial without randomization. Level II: Evidence obtained from a controlled trial without randomization.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35906457


Association between muscle dysmorphia psychopathology and binge eating in a large at-risk cohort of men and women.

This report explored the relationship between MD psychopathology and binge eating in men and women in order to extend the transdiagnostic and cross-gender approaches and address the lack of research relating to MD. Methods This report looked at the relationship between MD psychopathology and binge eating in both men and women. Participants were a random group of 5905 male and female social media users aged 18-72 years old. Using the diagnostic questions of the validated German version of the Eating Disorder Examination-Questionnaire, eating habits of Binge was assessed. Both men and women had binge eating, and MD psychopathology was strongly linked to binge eating. The rise in the likelihood of binge eating among MD at-risk status was mainly due to appearance intolerance in men and a desire for thinness in women. Binge eating episodes should therefore be included in MD's clinical evaluation.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35879735


Gender Differences in the Psychopathology of Obesity: How Relevant Is the Role of Binge Eating Behaviors?

Background Obesity is a disease that impacts both physically and mentally. Purpose: The aim of this research was to determine the key psychopathological correlates of obese candidates for bariatric surgery, with a particular emphasis on the link between psychopathology and gender. The sample was divided on the basis of gender and binge eating disorder severity. Further, we divided our sample into a severe binge eating group, a mild to moderate group, and a low/no symptoms group. BES Surveys: Male and female subjects delivered contradictory findings, with higher scores reported among women and men compared to men. Both women and men in the extreme binge eating group achieved higher scores for the SCL-90-R. Conclusions BED's symptoms, as well as body image dissatisfaction, are among the most important factors to look into for candidates for bariatric surgery in order to improve the surgery results.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35884761


Momentary predictors of binge eating episodes and heavy drinking episodes in individuals with comorbid binge eating and heavy drinking.

Expanding theoretical models of BE + HD and making treatment recommendations requires clarifying the momentary causes that increase risk of binge eating and heavy drinking among BE + HD. The new study used an ecological momentary to compare BE+ HD and those with binge eating only, as well as determining the momentary risk factors for binge eating episodes and heavy drinking episodes among BE+ HD. The presence of alcohol and diet restrictiont increased the risk of subsequent binge eating and subsequent heavy drinking among BE+HD residents, and the absence of food raised the risk of subsequent heavy drinking. Conclusion These studies support preliminary recommendations for healthcare management in situations with palatable food or alcohol in situations. Evidence Level IV, multiple time series without intervention, multiple time series without interruption.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35864299


History of pre-pregnancy maternal symptoms of binge eating and childhood behavioral problems in girls and boys.

Objective: To see whether children of mothers with pre-pregnancy binge eating disorders have more behavioral issues than those without, and whether associations are moderated by ED symptoms and other maternal health and social variables measured during childhood. Methods The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health in Women's Health at Survey 1 and/or at Survey 2 collected pre-pregnancy BE symptoms using questions mapped to DSM BE criterion 1. According to the Mothers and their Children's Health study, 2180 women from the 1973-78 cohort from the 1973-78 cohort provided data on externalizing and internalizing behavior, as measured by the Strength and Difficulties Questionnaire in 2016. At an average age of 7, the majority of mothers with binge eating disorders up to ten years pre-pregnancy in women is linked to behavioral problems in their girls and boys.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35855598


Associations among alexithymia, disordered eating, and depressive symptoms in treatment-seeking adolescent military dependents at risk for adult binge-eating disorder and obesity.

These disorders, as well as eating disorders, are often related to attitudinal and behavioral signs of disordered eating, according to attitudinal and behavioral signs of disordered eating, although depressive signs may also be related to these findings. Specifically, studies indicate that alexithymia is positively linked to depressive symptoms, which in turn could encourage both disordered eating habits and certain disinhibited eating habits. Also, findings indicate that military-dependent youth with a high weight may have elevated depressive symptoms and disordered eating. Findings A series of regression-based studies looked at indirect correlations of DIF and DDF with disordered eating habits and emotional eating disorders as a result of depressive symptoms. Bootstrapped 95% confidence intervals revealed a significant indirect route from each of the alexithymia components to disordered eating habits triggered by depressive symptoms; indirect routes to emotional eating were non-significant. Conclusions support the presence of depressive symptoms in the connection between alexithymia and disordered eating habits.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35852767


Assessment of Binge-Like Eating of Unsweetened vs. Sweetened Chow Pellets in BALB/c Substrains.

Binge eating disorder is a chronic illness that causes obesity, type II diabetes, and heart disease. In the present study, we looked at two genetically similar BALB/c mice substrains for increasing food intake, craving development after a no-food training period, and compulsive-like food intake in an aversive setting. BALB/cByJ mice also displayed binge-like intake of the unsweetened chow pellets similar to that observed in both substrains' increase in palatable food intake. In the light-dark conflict test, we next replicated the well-documented decrease in anxiety-like behaviour in BALB/cByJ mice, which may have resulted in more palatable food intake than BALB/cJ in the light arena.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35910681


The neurobiological reward system and binge eating: A critical systematic review of neuroimaging studies.

Objective Changes in reward processing are speculated to have a role in binge eating's onset and maintenance. However, despite an increasing number of studies into the neurobiological reward scheme in individuals who binge eat, no comprehensive systematic study has been done on this topic. If they wanted to investigate the compensation scheme and included a group of individuals binge eating together with a comparator group, a neuroimaging study was acceptable. Individuals who binge ate at rest displayed a reduced striatal dopamine release, a decrease in the volume of the striatum, frontal cortex, and insula, as well as a reduced frontostriatal connectivity at rest. This systematic review shows that people who binge eat demonstrate structural and functional changes in the brain reward system. Public significance statement This systematic review found that people who binge eat demonstrate structural and functional changes in the brain reward system.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35841198

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