Eating Disorders and A. Psychological Factors

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Topic: Understanding in Bulimia Nervosa.
I. Introduction
A. Statistic of Bulimia Nervosa patient.
B. Latest Cases of Bulimia nervosa
C. How can we find out that someone is suffers from bulimia.

II. What is Bulimia nervosa?
A. Definition- can be defined as a destructive pattern of excessive overeating followed by vomiting or other purging behavior to control one’s weight.

B. Symptoms of Bulimia Nervosa.
1. Repeated episodes of bingeing and purging.
2. Compensatory behaviors after a binge.
3. Frequent dieting and extreme concern with body weight and shape.

C. Characteristics
1. Behavioral characteristic
Bulimia patient will hiding food and eating in secret.
2. Emotional and Mental characteristic
Intense fear of becoming fat or gaining weight, depression, performance, and appearance oriented. 3. Physical characteristic
Swollen salivary glands occur, loss of dental enamel due to self-induced vomiting.

III. Risks factors that lead someone become Bulimia nervosa. A. Psychological factors
1. High degree of perfectionism
2. Poor self-esteem
3. Depression, anxiety disorder

B. Social factors
1. Cultural norms that value people based on appearance
2. Media focus on body shapes and usually portray image of model 3. Peer pressure and influence

C. Family factors
1. Family history of parents or sibling with an eating disorder 2. Parents who think looks are important, diet themselves or criticize their children bodies.

IV. Consequences of Bulimia nervosa
A. Inflammation of esophagus
B. Swelling of gland near cheek
C. Scarring on the back of hand
D. Damage to teeth caused by acid in vomit.

V. Prevention and treatment of Bulimia Nervosa.
A. Psychological therapy and prevention relapse
B. Proper Medication

VI. Conclusion
A.
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