Current eating disorders include anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and atypical
3 disorders, including eating disorder (uncontrolled eating and binge-eating disorder)
It is generally seen in families with high socio-economic level. Fear of obesity
In young girls, wanton models, developmental problems, and psychological factors are among the reasons.
disorders, vomiting with guilt, not eating with disgust, or not eating again
It is revealed due to overeating as if one cannot eat.
Although it is mostly seen in young girls, its external appearance such as actors, models, stewardesses and belly dancers is preliminary.
It can be seen in professions that are in the background and recently in men. Eating disorder
homosexuality, asexuality, depression, anxiety, personality disorders or
drug use is more common.
Eating disorders are also common in vegetarians, athletes, and those with fatal chronic diseases.
Hereditary factors, upbringing, cultural and biological characteristics
make a significant contribution to its development.
Eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia, which are known as weakness diseases, cause permanent damage to the brain.
and with weight loss, there is also a decrease in brain mass and chemical changes in the brain.
reactions may change.
Obsessed with food intake, weight and weakness in Anorexia, also called hunger sickness
People with diabetes refuse to eat or be hungry, even if they are thin. A very low-calorie diet
As they consume, their body weight decreases over time. Usually begins in adolescence
The average is 17 years old, but it can rarely be seen over the age of 40.
a person with anorexia,
They are afraid of gaining weight, obesity is a nightmare for them.
It sets a target to reduce the weight of the people who are appreciated as a result, at different times during the day.
are weighed over and over again. They consume small portions in public, even if they are hungry, they feel full.
They lose a lot of weight in a short time. Constipation and irregular menstruation problems
They have hair growth and hair loss problems. After consuming a normal amount of food, they
they feel nauseous or bloated. They become hyperactive, depressed, fearful and aggressive. increasingly social
they restrict their environment, they do sports or heavy exercises constantly.
In particular, obsessions about cleaning and studying can be encountered. Problems with their sexual development
As well as sexual reluctance and other sexual problems can be observed together.
It is a disease of psychological origin. It manifests itself with abnormal eating habits and then gains weight.
Shows inappropriate behavior to prevent taking, the patient vomits, taking laxative and diuretic drugs,
He removes the food he eats by making an enema. They starve or exercise excessively. Usually
It occurs in late adolescence or early adulthood.
A person with bulimia
When she is not feeling well, is in turmoil or stress, or after diets.
feeling of relief in starting to binge with a feeling of extreme hunger followed by guilt
They remove eaten food. They disappear after eating and usually go to the bathroom.
they are going. Depressive symptoms or disorders, drug or alcohol in 30%
addiction can be seen. With the stomach acid coming into the mouth, dental caries, stomach perforations, hands
Teeth marks and wounds that occur during forcing to vomit on it, menstrual irregularities
can be seen.
ATYPICAL EATING DISORDERS
Eating without self-control is considered a disease. High-calorie foods, such as bulimics
they are consumed all at once, but they are not excreted from their bodies. It is considered a borderline personality disorder. This
There is a constant inconsistency in people’s sense of identity, mood, and relationships.
In order to overcome feelings of helplessness, excessive control over body weight, shape, and eating behaviors
they try to control. Anorexia nervosa in those who succeed, and those who fail
Uncontrolled eating attacks are observed.
Night Eating Syndrome…Binge eating…
At least 25% of your daily energy is in the time between dinner and the next morning.
they receive. This may be due to sleep disorders or as a feature of sleep apnea.
is also acceptable. Therefore, these patients wander during the day in a drowsy state. binge eating
is a psychiatric illness, although it is characterized by a depressive behavior,
their course differs from each other. Have bouts of uncontrollable binge eating
and is seen in almost 30% of obese people.
When the patient wakes up in the morning, he is in good condition and his mental state deteriorates as the day progresses.
Eating disorders are difficult to treat. Professional help should be sought as soon as possible. Best
The treatment method is a combined study that includes medical, psychological and nutritional consultation.
is taking place. The person with anorexia believes they are not in danger and do not need help.
The person with bulimia is aware of the problem, but does not want to be treated for fear of gaining weight again.
The course of treatment can last from several months to several years. However, it may recur after treatment.
it still remains a problem.