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Service members who serve can be predisposed to suffer mental disorders such as eating disorders or unhealthy eating habits that can persist after military discharge. According to the specifics, study examining U. S. military veterans has found that in weight control services, veterans of binge-eating habits had poor treatment outcomes.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/milmed/usab533
Obesity, binge-eating signs, and PTSD signs are all common. Comparison of PTSD symptoms with bingeeating symptoms; Checklist-Civilian; PCL-C; and measures of bingeeating risk in a sample of veterans with overweight or obesity N = 89, and 2 determine whether experiential avoidance was a result of lifestyle. The intention of the current investigation, according to Binge Eating Scale (II), explores the relationship between PTSD symptoms and bingeeating disorders; Binge Eating Scale; Binge After accounting for potentially confounding variables BMI and race, Linear regression results revealed that higher PCL-C scores were related to higher scores on the BES and ORWELL-97. AAQ-II mediated the link between PCL-C and ORWELL-97, but did not mediate the connection between PCL-C and BES.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1080/10640266.2020.1868062
Mindfulness-based therapies are increasingly used to manage binge eating. This systematic review and meta-analysis sought to summarize the evidence on mindfulness-based therapies and determine their effect on binge eating habits. 19 studies met inclusion criteria out of 151 records reviewed, 19 of which met inclusion criteria. These interventions on binge eating were found in large or medium sizes by random effects meta-analyses, which supported large or medium-sized effects.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10865-014-9610-5
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