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Rapidly fluctuation moods
• Affective instability
Inability to correctly identify and respond to bodily sensations
• Introceptive deficits
difficulty naming and expressing emotions
• Alexithymia
think all good or all bad
• Dichotomous thinking
feel solely responsible for the happiness and failure of others
• Erroneous control issues
compare themselves endlessly with others and believe everything other people do is a reaction to them.
• Personalization
has poor boundaries, over involvement among members, and a pattern of relating in which individuality is discouraged and conformity is expected. Mostly female
• Enmeshed family
Rapidly fluctuation moods
• Affective instability
Inability to correctly identify and respond to bodily sensations
• Introceptive deficits
difficulty naming and expressing emotions
• Alexithymia
think all good or all bad
• Dichotomous thinking
feel solely responsible for the happiness and failure of others
• Erroneous control issues
compare themselves endlessly with others and believe everything other people do is a reaction to them.
• Personalization
has poor boundaries, over involvement among members, and a pattern of relating in which individuality is discouraged and conformity is expected. Mostly female
• Enmeshed family
Self-induced starvation. Medical/Psychological condition.
Anorexia
Intake less than 25% below minimum caloric requirements for the height of the client resulting in on-going weight loss.
Anorexia
Weight loss accompanied by vomiting, laxative abuse, and hyperactivity
Anorexia
Self starvation and distorted body image. Client does NOT lose appetite but purposefully restricts food intake to the extreme
Anorexia
Rigorous pursuit of thinness and preoccupation with food.
Mortality rate is 5-15%
Anorexia
Described as “model children, obedient, bright, and successful.Frighteningly emaciated,Delusional,denial,
Anorexia
obsessed with food, Bizarre preoccupation with food and thinness.Sneaky-dumps & hides food,
Anorexia
adds stones etc. in clothing or orifices when weighing.

Amenorrhea
Anorexia
Episodic, frenzied binging and purging. Large quantities of high-caloric food,consumed in short time. followed by purging and vomiting.
Bulimia
25% of anorexics are bulimic, but buls are NOT Anorexic.
History of weight-control problems, May have learned purging from others
Bulimia
As anxiety increases,becomes more compulsive and cyclic.
More likely to abuse street drugs to decrease appetite
Bulimia
Ingests huge amounts of food in short periods of time, then will purge
Bulimia
Increased need for acceptance—seeks approval, Represses feelings of frustration and anger, Avoidance of conflict
Bulimia
Food becomes source of conflict, Weight up and down,
Fluid/electrolytes imbalance (decreased K+)
Bulimia
Sign and Symptoms. Esophageal reflux, bleeding, Tooth decay,
Gum disease, Eye hemorrhages,
dysphagia
Bulimia
Self-Starvation, Rituals or compulsive behaviors regarding food, eating and or weight loss, May wear baggy or layers of clothing
• Anorexia Nervosa
May engage in self-induced vomiting, laxatives, diuretics or excessive exercise to lose weight
• Anorexia Nervosa
Weight loss 15% below ideal weight,Amenorrhea X 3 months,
Slow pulse, decreased body temp, Cachexia
• Anorexia Nervosa
Sunken eyes, protruding bones, dry skin, Growth of lanugo on face, Constipation,
Cold Sensitivity
• Anorexia Nervosa
Denial of current low wt.,Body image disurb.Intense fear of wt gain,Constant striving for perfect body
• Anorexia Nervosa
Self-concept unduly nfluenced by shape and wt,preoccupied with food,cooking etc.May exhibit delayed psychosexual development
• Anorexia Nervosa
Fluid and electrolyte imbal.,
Cardiovascular (hypotention, dysrhythmias), Cardiomyopathy
• Anorexia Nervosa
Endocrine (hypoglycemia, menstrual dysfunction).
GI(constipation, diarrhea, esophageal reflux, dental, enamel erosion, enlarged parotid gland etc
• Anorexia Nervosa
Body image disturbance,over concern with body weight, shape, and proportions.
• Anorexia Nervosa
Mood swings and irritability.
Self-concept unduly influenced by body weight and shape
• Anorexia Nervosa