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    Does the media cause eating disorders in the younger generation? “Hot Summer body” and “lose weight fast” were just a few of the bolded terms I’ve seen written on magazine covers throughout my childhood. The media surrounds young people everywhere and the pressure to be thin is always present. “There is no doubt that the ideal body size, as reflected in the style icons promoted in the media, is getting thinner” (The National Centre for Eating Disorders). Ideal images of what is…

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    development, various health issues may transpire. This essay will focus primarily on how eating disorders affect both genders during this stage, predominantly in Western societies. The term ‘eating disorder’ is a very comprehensive term, which is further broken down into categories. The content of this essay will cover three of these categories; including Anorexia nervosa, Bulimia nervosa also Binge Eating Disorder. Additionally discussed are the benefits of psychodynamic theory and cognitive…

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    Eating Disorders Well, today I will be writing about Eating Disorders. First I will be talking about what are Eating disorders. Second I will be talking about Types of Eating Disorders. Third I will be talking about Who Has Eating Disorders. Four I will be talking about how Eating Disorders and depression. Firth I will be talking about what causes Eating Disorder. Eating disorders are serious injuries in eating behavior. Their will involve an unhealthy reduction of severe overeating, well as…

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    Eating Disorders Well, today I will be writing about Eating Disorders. First I will be talking about what are Eating disorders. Second I will be talking about Types of Eating Disorders. Third I will be talking about Who Has Eating Disorders. Four I will be talking about how Eating Disorders and depression. Firth I will be talking about what causes Eating Disorder. Eating disorders are serious injuries in eating behavior. Their will involve unhealthy reduction of severe overeating, well as…

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    something about it or is hard for them. If a person has an eating disorder harm themselves by eating too much and get fat and could die from it. Eating disorder is defined by obsessive concerns with weight and disruptive eating patterns that negatively impact physical and mental health. In this essay you will learn how psychotherapy helps people repair from the three major types of eating disorder. The first major type of eating disorder is anorexia nervosa which makes a person think they are…

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    Eating Disorders An eating disorder includes abnormal or disturbed eating habits that threaten your health as well as an individual’s life. Eating disorders typically occur around adolescence. There are three types of eating disorders: Anorexia nervosa, Bulimia nervosa and Binge eating. Anorexia Nervosa Anorexia Nervosa is extreme dieting and the restriction of food intake. An individual with Anorexia is fixated on overall body weight and weight gain. They usually have a distorted body image…

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    “Eating disorders do not exist,” claim those in denial of the world around them. “Anorexic and bulimic children do not exist because there is no possible way they could learn those habits,” states an ignorant adult that is not aware of the advanced technology around them. The lack of awareness revolving around eating disorders is not nearly enough because there are still people denying the proof in front of them that anorexia, bulimia, and Binge Eating Disorder are real. In fact, the more…

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    the United States have some form of an eating disorder. Current research indicates that the leading causes of eating disorders are genetics and environmental factors; while environmental factors cannot cause an eating disorder, many people point a finger at the pressures of having a “perfect image” in today's society. Any of a range of psychological disorders characterized by abnormal or disturbed eating habits is defined as an eating disorder. Eating disorders are serious but treatable mental…

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    Eating disorders are classified as psychological problems that result in disruptive eating habits that can result in life-threatening consequences. Eating disorders don’t just involve psychological problems; it is also associated with emotional and physical problems. The three types of eating disorders discussed in this class were; Bulimia Nervosa, Anorexia Nervosa, and Binge Eating Disorder (General Information. n.d.). Individuals who are classified as having anorexia nervosa typically feel and…

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    There are different labels on eating habits; some are unhealthy, while others are just specific to a certain person’s tastes or schedule. Every person has different eating habits, whether it’s being a vegetarian, vegan, meat only, or whether they eat one time a day versus those who eat five times a day. Some people go overboard, or under you could say. Eating habits are the basis of our nutritional intake. Some people prefer to eat many times a day, thinking it will rev up their metabolism,…

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