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Background: Sexual minority people are at a higher risk of eating disorders than others, but no one is aware of the ways in which social factors influence eating disorder symptoms in this population. Sexual minority people are at a significantly higher risk of eating disorders, but no information is available on how eating disorder symptoms in this population are related to lifestyle causes. We found differences in the occurrence of eating disorder symptoms, such as the fact that sexual minority men had more uncontrolled eating than those in sexual minority women. We also looked at the possibility of a buffering role for a romantic partner on eating disorder signs, and discovered that good, committed, romantic relationships were positively related to less unsupervised eating for sexual minority men.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s40337-023-00732-z
Binge eating disorder is a food disorder that results from the intake of a substantial amount of food in a short period of time, with a lack of control over stopping accompanying emotional stress during the episode. To determine the presence of the disorder in the Kingdom of Bahrain, the new report looked at binge eating symptoms among adolescents and young adults aged 15 to 30 years. About one-fifth of the participants had binge eating disorders, according to the study. binge eating disorders were largely related to a high body mass index, depression, and anxiety. BACKGROUNDED 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 association with both physical and psychological factors such as obesity, depression, and anxiety, according to research. This study was designed to determine the prevalence and contributing factors of BED among Bahrainis. Depression and anxiety were measured using the Patient Health Questionnaire-9 and General Anxiety Disorder-7 respectively. Out of all participants, 21. 2% had binge eating disorders, according to the study. Depression had the highest correlation with binge eating, out of all associated causes. Conclusion In conclusion, the prevalence of BED symptoms among the study participants was very high. The findings show that a critical role of binge eating tendencies can be found by recognizing the connection between obesity, depression, and anxiety as potential risk factors.
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Individuals with eating disorders are subjected to persistent hunger, binge episodes, and compensatory behaviors that affect every organ system. Although returning to exercise is a crucial part of treatment and recovery, no information about the contraindications and dangers of exercise participation unique to those with an ED is available. This paper provides a comprehensive narrative review of the dangers of exercising during ED treatment, as well as outlines when exercise can be restricted or used in new or cautionary ways. Based on our findings, we review the evidence for these difficulties for readers and present an initial series of tips for including exercise in ED therapy. This report may help assess more accurately and accurately whether exercise is safe for individual patients and when modifications and caution are warranted. Dysfunctional exercise is a symptom of eating disorders that precedes, persists, and promotes ED pathology. When little data is available about the disease's evaluation and safe handling, health professionals are struggling to clinically address and manage DEX. The current research gives a comprehensive summary of the medical and physiological challenges of ED that can be exacerbated by exercise, as well as outlines when exercise should be restricted or used in a modified or cautionary manner. This report may be a resource for members of ED treatment teams to help determine more easily and safely whether exercise is safe for individual patients and when upgrades and caution are warranted.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s40337-022-00685-9
The aim of this study was to determine the risks of the COVID-19 pandemic on psychological stability in children and adolescents. Hospital admission data from eight general hospitals in the Netherlands between January 2017 and September 2021 was collected, comparing the prevalence of sub-categorized psychological disorders, more specifically eating disorders, intentional intoxications, accidental intoxications, and excessive crying before and during the pandemic epidemic. Overall pediatric hospital admissions fell by 28% since the outbreak of the pandemic. Conclusion : During the COVID-19 pandemic, admission rates for eating disorders and intentional intoxication increased by a substantial degree, indicating a significant prevalence of pediatric psychiatric disorders. What is known: U2022: A COVID-19 pandemic has had an effect on child and adolescent health in children and teens. U2022 (U2022) In the period immediately after the pandemic, there was an increase in admissions as a result of psychosocial difficulties in the Netherlands.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00431-022-04773-5
We explore the content and content of inpatient intervention for eating disorders in this chapter, which in the majority is for anorexia nervosa. Admission is primarily used to control medical risk by dietary intake, for the most part, but suicidal signs are also an issue. In addition, studies into key admission and discharge parameters of inpatient care and community aftercare have been conducted into areas of the care pathway. The service's administrator and home, as well as other areas of the service, require more attention.
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Specific home health care services have been developed and implemented well in the last decade as an alternative to inpatient care. These home care services can be divided into two general categories: acute outpatient treatment to avoid hospital admission and stepped-care to reduce hospital stays can be subdivided. The first aim of this chapter is to provide a rationale for providing a rationale for providing home treatment services to patients with eating disorders. This chapter summarizes that home therapy appears to be a promising treatment strategy for adolescent anorexia nervosa, both to prevent hospitalization when applied within an outpatient environment and to shorten hospital stays after initial admission. Future research should focus on the expansion of eating disorders in lieu of urgently reporting the current pilot results on the efficiency of home care in adolescent anorexia nervosa.
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Anxious characteristics are elevated in eating disorders are considered risk factors for ED formation, and trait anxiety has been traced to ED psychopathology. How trait fear relates to ED neurobiology is not well understood. Amygdala sucrose expectation response varied across industries, and was on the right in anorexia nervosa relative to healthy controls compared to healthy controls. Expected sucrose receipt reaction across taste award regions was not different between groups. The association between amygdala apprehension and right dorsal and ventral anterior insula receipt responses in the ED sample was positively influenced by trait anxiety. In anorexia nervosa, which is closely related to sucrose receipt responses, the response is amplified, but trait anxiety across EDs has negatively tempered this relationship. In people with EDs, trace anxiety may play a significant role in how anticipation motivates taste receptor brain stimulation and perhaps food intake.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41386-022-01440-z
Although we do not want to provide an exhaustive analysis of all potential family causes, we selected those family characteristics that have been studied the most and that have been most closely related to eating pathology or disorders. Not only are risk factors affecting the family's wellbeing, but also the potential protective benefits of the family are discussed throughout the current chapter. Although longitudinal designs across different age groups are the most effective to investigate temporal correlations between family factors and eating disorders, studies with this type of design are rare.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-97416-9_26-1
Eating disorders Eating disorders The eating disorders are characterized by persistent changes in eating habits, and affect at least 9% of the population worldwide. According to the study, the bacteria living in the gut are closely associated with EDs Eating disorders. Brain health can be affected by changes in Gut microbiota composition and changes in metabolite production, which can lead to severe eating habits disruptions. This chapter seeks to discuss evidence that connects the gut microbiota Gut microbiota Gut microbiota and ED Eating disorders are common among the elderly patients.
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