Standard 3: Body Image/Eating Disorders


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Standard 3: Body Image/Eating Disorders

  1. 1. Standard 3<br />BODY IMAGE<br />
  2. 2. 1. What is your initial reactions to the pictures on the previous slide?<br />2.Think about people you know that are insecure about their weight or body. Do you think those individuals actually need to lose or gain weight? Or, are they reacting to pressures from society, media, friends, etc. <br />Do Now 10/10 <br />
  3. 3. Define In own words<br />Body Image:<br />Body Fat Ratio:<br />Overweight:<br />Obesity:<br />
  4. 4. Definitions <br />Body Image: Concept of one's physical appearance based on self-observation & reactions of others.<br />Body Fat Ratio: Amount of body fat in relation to total body weight. <br />Overweight: weighing 10% or more of what is considered his or her recommended healthy weight<br />Obesity: Increased body weight caused by excessive accumulation of fat. Putting oneself at greater risk for illness and disease.<br />
  5. 5. Weight related health risks<br />Cardiovascular Diseases: Cholesterol = Artery build up, plaque = Heart Attack, Stroke<br />Type 2 Diabetes: Body’s breakdown of sugar. Insulin; hormone that regulates the absorption of sugar into your cells.<br /> -The more fatty tissue you have, the more resistant your cells become to insulin. <br />
  6. 6. Weight related health risks<br />Cancer: 20% of cancer’s associated with obesity.<br />High Blood Pressure: fatty tissues & cholesterol <br />Osteoarthritis: Joint disease, For every 2-pound increase in weight, the risk of developing arthritis is increased by 9 to 13%.<br />
  7. 7. Eating disorder Statistics<br />5-10%(5-10 million) girls/women<br />1 million boys/men<br />10% of college females, clinical or sub-clinical<br />15% of young women have distorted eating behaviors/attitudes<br />
  8. 8. Stats contd.<br />Each day Americans spend an average of $109 million on dieting and diet related products.<br />80 % of American women claim to be dissatisfied with their appearance and shape<br />1 in 2 American women are on a weight loss diet.<br />Children, 8-10 yrs old. 50 % of girls said they were unhappy with their size. <br />Media’s idea that "thin is beautiful” is the leading <br />
  9. 9. Body image<br />Self Concept: Perception that someone has of themselves. How they visualize themselves<br />Self Esteem: High or low respect or opinion of oneself. Feeling<br />
  10. 10. Video: media influences <br />Record 10 items of information about media’s influences on body image.<br />
  11. 11. 3/29 Do Now<br />Name and briefly describe 3 weight related diseases. <br />
  12. 12. Anorexia Nervosa <br />Greek meaning "lack of appetite” <br />Eating disorder determined by low body weight and body image distortion. <br />Obsessive fear of gaining weight. <br />Anorexia includes starving oneself, excessive exercise, & excessive use of diet pills or laxatives. <br />10% males<br />10-15% become fatal<br />
  13. 13. Anorexia signs/symptoms<br />Thin but believe they need to lose weight. <br />Continues to restrict foods despite not being overweight.<br />Food Label Obsession <br />May limit eating to certain kinds of food. <br />Cereal, bagels, plain salads, and vegetables are frequently foods of choice. <br />May wear layers of clothes to hide his/her body. <br />
  14. 14. Bulimia nervosa<br />A person with bulimia eats a lot of food in a short amount of time(binging.)<br />Fear of gaining weight after a binge.<br />Binging causes feelings of shame and guilt. <br />Person tries to "undo" the binge by getting rid of the food. This is called purging. <br />
  15. 15. Bulimia Signs/symptoms<br />Going to the bathroom shortly after eating a large amount of food.<br />Taking Laxatives to lead to a bowel movement.<br />Obsessing about exercise after a period of eating.<br />Taking water pills to urinate <br />
  16. 16. Binge eating<br />Uncontrolled, impulsive, or continuous eating beyond the point of feeling comfortably or full. <br />No purging, but there may be sporadic fasts or repetitive diets.<br />Feelings of shame or self-hatred after a binge. <br />
  17. 17. Binge eating<br />People who overeat compulsively may struggle with anxiety, depression, and loneliness. <br />Body weight may vary. <br />Not everyone who is overweight or even obese is a binge eater.<br />
  18. 18. Binge signs/symptoms<br />Eating is out of control.<br />Eating large amounts of foods in one sitting, to the point of discomfort.<br />Secretive eating.<br />Being embarrassed by the amount of food they eat.<br />
  19. 19. Eating disorders’ Health consequences<br />Tooth decay because of repeated exposure to acidic gastric contents. B<br />Dental cavities, sensitivity to hot or cold food. B<br />Stomach Ulcers. All<br />Ruptures of the stomach. B<br />Dehydration. A/B<br />Irregular heartbeat and in severe cases, heart attack. All<br />A greater risk for suicidal behavior. All<br />
  20. 20. Health consequences<br />Irregular or complete loss of menstrual period. A/B <br />Dry skin, hair loss. A/B<br />Heart damage, heart attack. All<br />Bone loss(density). A/B<br />Withdrawal and isolation. All<br />
  21. 21. Healthy eating habits<br />Enough calories, but not to many<br />Multiple meals, moderate portions<br />Eat a variety of foods<br />Drink a lot of water<br />Don’t be the food police<br />
  22. 22. Unhealthy eating habits<br />Not planning meals<br />Eating erratically<br />Eating only high convenience foods<br />Taking supplements in place of real foods<br />Depriving yourself of food “joys”<br />Ignoring body’s warning signs<br />
  23. 23. Healthy weight loss/gain strategies<br />List 4 Healthy Weight Loss Strategies<br />List 4 Healthy Weight Gain Strategies<br />
  24. 24. Book Work<br />Ch. 6 Lesson 1 <br /> Q 2,5<br />Ch. 6 Lesson 2<br /> Q 1-4<br />