Bulimia nervosa

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    Throughout this research paper the question, “what causes eating disorders in professional dancers?” is asked to help conduct research to find specific information pertaining this topic. This opens up a lot of areas of expertise relating to professional dancers and what they have to go through on an everyday basis. This also opens up topics relating mental and physical health of a professional dancer, and how that can affect bigger aspects which can lead to eating disorders or disordered eating.…

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    The depression causes the victims to get involved in eating disorders to try to control their negative emotions. This makes them be expose to anorexia or bulimia. They will start losing weight and energy. After being raped, victims will usually feel vulnerable in front of society and will start facing trouble to socialize with new people. This will lead them to have personal crises for days, weeks or even months. They will lose their self-respect and will get involved in substance abuse as well,…

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    how 70% of 6 and 12-year-olds want to be thinner (National Eating Disorder Association). The orange shows of how 69% of girls 5th-12th grades reported that magazine pictures influenced their idea of a perfect body (National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorder). The red demonstrates 80% of women who answered a People magazine survey responded that images of women on television and in the movies make them feel insecure. (-Rader Program) For last the blue represents 90% of…

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    Uti In Children Essay

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    Urinary tract infections in children Urinary tract infections (UTIs) in children are fairly common, but not usually serious. They can be effectively treated with antibiotics. A UTI may be classed as either: • an upper UTI – if it's a kidney infection or an infection of the ureters, the tubes connecting the kidneys to the bladder • a lower UTI – if it's a bladder infection (cystitis) or an infection of the urethra, the tube that carries urine from the bladder out of the body When to seek medical…

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    social interaction. It is a subset disorder within the Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). In 2012, a study was taken place and it was recorded that around 1 in 42 boys are diagnosed with ASD while 1 in 189 girls were diagnosed with ASD. Anorexia Nervosa (AN) is an eating disorder where people have distorted body images that leads to under eating and excessive exercising as they see themselves overweight even if they are drastically underweight. Women are 2.5 times greater than men to be affected…

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    Statistics has shown that from 1988 to 1993 bulimia in females, between the ages 10 and 39, has tripled. These eating disorders include: Anorexia and Bulimia. The meaning of Anorexia is to become obsessed with becoming or staying thin and having extreme fears of gaining weight; as a result to maintain being thin, people will become fixated in counting calories, watching what they eat, using diet and laxative pills, and exercising excessively. Bulimia on the other side is identified as consuming…

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    Gastroparesis is a disease presenting in delayed emptying of the stomach’s contents. This can be caused on the grounds of an array of issues. Although this pathology/disease/disorder affects 25-50% of subjects diagnosed with diabetes, it can also affect people that have had surgery, infection, or hypothyroidism (Gregg). This postponing of gastric emptying means that it takes longer than usual for contents to pass through the stomach. According to Stephen Goldfinger, M.D., “Normally, your…

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    What is an eating disorder? Parallelism: The Parallelism is in the four paragraph first line (Psychological, emotional, and physical problems). Parallelism is the use of components in a sentence that are grammatically the same; or similar in their construction, sound, meaning or meter. (http://literarydevices.net/parallelism/) In this article this is known as Parallelism because the ending is “al” in each word which means the ending of the words sound the same. This device is effective because…

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    Anorexia Nervosa Analysis

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    Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder characterised by the desperate pursuit of thinness, severe food restriction, an intense fear of weight gain and refusal to maintain a medically healthy body weight, and a distorted image of one's body and weight, wherein the patient sees herself as overweight no matter how underweight she may be. (1) Since the initial recognition of anorexia nervosa as an illness in the late 19th century, the treatment and assessment of such has grown and evolved. With…

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    Media Image Essay

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    Exposure to thin ideal media images produces upward social comparison that then results in body dissatisfaction. (Tiggemann 2004) Social comparison theory has great deal to why we are so affected by the media. We see a picture online of a pretty skinny successful person we are bound to evaluate the image and compare ourselves after all, we are our own biggest critics. Fitness on Instagram is huge and I find that we are constantly finding ourselves saving images of “ideal fit people” in a sense…

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