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Group therapy and eating disorders

Due to the introjection of two patients, a good enough mother or selfobject mainly on a pre-Oedipal scale, two patients'anorexic and bulimic episodes, as well as a greater integration of their bodily image and self, as well as a greater sense of their personal appearance and self. The implications for further investigation into the group therapy of eating disorders were discussed.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.53841/bpspsr.2015.1.55.69


A Study on the Possible Mediating Role of Covid-19 Pandemic in Psychological Distress and Disordered Eating Behaviours Among Young Adults

Objectives: The COVID-19 pandemic has been blamed for psychological distress and disordered eating habits among Indian adults aged 18 to 35 years old, as well as other problems. Due to the pandemic, 49% of the subjects reported anxiety and discord in their families. While almost 10% of the respondents suffered from a likely eating disorder, which necessitates further scientific testing. Positive correlation was found between psychosocial tensions due to COVID-19 and anxiety, and stress, along with anxiety and exhaustion. Also, the pandemic-induced psychological distress was found to have a significant effect on disordered eating habits. Conclusions The COVID-19 pandemic has caused or exacerbated significant mental instability, and, in turn, has indirectly mediated dysfunctional eating habits among the younger population, who are already at a high risk of experiencing mental disorders.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-2311280/v1


Sharp Increase in Eating Disorders among University Students since the COVID-19 Pandemic

The aim was to determine the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on University student Eating Disorders. Conclusions With the five studies, 8981 university students were included in total, 67. 3% female with a mean age of 20. 7 years. Lower food safety scores were correlated with a greater risk of all ED categories. Hyperphagic ED may have been attributed to a higher risk of moderate and vigorous physical activity. Discussion Our analysis found a high incidence of ED among a French university's undergraduates fourteen months after the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic began. U2022 This article emphasizes the need to extensively screen for ED in students' populations and identify vulnerable individuals at risk of ED. The COVID-19 pandemic may have exacerbated existing ED or contributed to the emergence of new EDs by disrupting academic, career, and social life.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/eurpub/ckac129.549


Evaluation of the cognitive-behavioral model of eating disorders in Iranian student women

Abstract Background of Abstract Background Background: The validity of the cognitive-behavioral model of eating disorders has not been tested among women from Eastern socities. The current research sought to investigate the reliability of an eating disorder cognitive model in Iranian student women. However, there was a weak, non-significant negative connection between Dietary Restraint and Binge Eating. binge eating and overeating a diet have been shown in the new model of eating disorders, showing a direct link between self-confidence and overweight; clinical perfection and overvaluation of shape and weight; and diet restriction and binge eating; and emotional and binge eating ; It suggests that this model can be used as a basis for further investigation into eating disorders in Iranian women and their treatment.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-2413243/v1


Understanding eating disorder symptoms in same-gender couples: social environmental factors

Abstract Background Sexual minority people are at a significantly higher risk of eating disorders than others, but no one is aware of the ways in which sociocultural factors influence eating disorder symptoms in this population. We investigated the exact correlations of macro level and micro level socioeconomic variables, using an ecological systems theory framework. Conclusions Individuals in same-gender families experience macro-level vulnerability factors in connection with disordered eating; however, internalization of sociocultural beliefs may be higher for males.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s40337-023-00732-z


Increased General, Eating, and Body-Related Psychopathology in Inpatients in a Specialized Eating Disorders Unit after the Beginning of the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Retrospective Comparison with the Pre-Pandemic Period

Despite several studies indicating the deterioration of eating disorder symptoms at the start of the pandemic, symptomatic responses of adult inpatients with eating disorders are also lacking. In the two years after the COVID-19 pandemic began in two countries, we did a retrospective review to see if adult patients in a specialized eating disorders unit under hospitalization in a two-year unit differed in clinical presentation, psychopathological screening, and treatment outcomes from inpatient hospitalization in the two years.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/jcm12020573


Does NUCB2/Nesfatin-1 Influence Eating Behaviors in Obese Patients with Binge Eating Disorder? Toward a Neurobiological Pathway

We wanted to find nesfatin-1 secretion in vitro, murine adipose cells, and human adipose fat samples, as well as investigating the relationship between circulating nesfatin-1 levels, NUCB2 and Fat Mass and Obesity Gene polymorphisms, Eating Disorders, and pathological characteristics. The development of 77 outpatients receiving treatment for different Body Mass Index were investigated in normoxic fully differentiated 3T3-L1 mouse adipocytes and after incubation under hypoxic conditions for 24 h. In hypoxic 3T3-L1 cultured adipocytes, elevated nesfatin-1 levels were found in comparison to normoxic ones. When compared to normal-weight individuals, Nesfatin-1 was highly detectable in obese's VAT. Obese patients with CG genotype NUCB2 rs758081 and AT genotype FTO rs9939609 polymorphisms had higher nesfatin-1 levels.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/nu15020348


Adolescents at risk of eating disorders: The mediating role of emotional distress in the relationship between differentiation of self and eating disorders

Introduction Adolescents can be dissatisfied with their bodies, which may lead to a higher risk of eating disorders as a result of a variety of factors, with emotional distress being one of the most significant. Evidence reveals that family connections could be one of the most significant factors that may rise or decrease emotional distress. The differentiation of self is an important family habit that has been found to contribute to mental and physical stability. We suspect that emotional turmoil would mediate the relationship between DoS and the risk of EDs among adolescents. Moreover, we anticipated gender differences in the research indices and the mediation model, based on findings pointing to a higher risk of EDs among females. The association between DoS and the risk of EDs was partially mediated by emotional distress, according to the findings, which showed that emotional turmoil partially influenced the link between DoS and the risk of EDs. Although the connection between emotional distress and the risk of EDs is well documented, it is also shown that the relationship between emotional distress and ED risk is well established.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2022.1015405


Correcting eating disorders in obese adolescents

To determine the improvement potential of the diet program in adolescents with eating disorders by diet obesity type. The first stage of the study was based on the requirements for body mass index testing in adolescents. The total sample included 69 adolescents aged13-13 years old,13-19 years with alimentary obesity in the United States. All patients were divided into three research groups at the third stage, and two groups had separate services for eating disorders, taking into account the measured parameters. The average weight loss by an indirect method of eating was up to 2 kg/week. The time of food intake has risen dramatically, which can influence the amount of food consumed, significantly changing eating habits from an involuntary level with a lack of detection of taste sensations to a more arbitrary one.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21508/1027-4065-2021-66-4-81-88


Prevalence and associated factors of binge eating disorder among Bahraini youth and young adults: a cross-sectional study in a self-selected convenience sample

Abstract Background: Binge eating disorder is a chronic ingestion of unusually large amount of food in a short period of time. BED has the highest incidence of all eating disorders. BED has a strong correlation with both physical and psychological factors, such as obesity, depression, and anxiety, has been found in studies. This research was designed to reveal the prevalence and associated factors of BED among Bahrainis. Methods Anonymous survey of 959 people was completed by self-administered online questionnaires. BED was determined using the binge eating disorder Screener-7. Depression and anxiety were measured using the Patient Health Questionnaire-9 and a General Anxiety Disorder-7, respectively. Out of all participants, 21. 2% had binge eating disorders, which was disappointing. Depression had the highest correlation with binge eating, out of all associated factors. Conclusion In conclusion, the prevalence of BED symptoms among the study participants was extremely high.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s40337-022-00726-3

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