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  1. 1. Eating Disorders sensitive about being looking fat, or have a massive fear of becoming fat
  2. 2. Different Types <ul><li>Anorexia Nervosa- dieting, compulsive exercise, and laxative and diuretic abuse
  3. 3. Bulimia Nervosa- they will eat a large amounts of food in a short amount of time and then take laxatives or self-induced vomiting
  4. 4. characterized as an &quot;addiction&quot; to food, using food and eating as a way to hide from their emotions
  5. 5. Binge Eating Disorder- suffer a combination of symptoms similar to those of Compulsive Overeaters and Bulimia. They usually eat a large amount of food and then throw it up </li></ul>
  6. 6. Signs <ul><li>Anorexia Nervosa- overweight, deppressed, anti-social, fatique, have other addictions
  7. 7. Bulimia Nervosa- goes to the bathroom after eating, exercisises, anxiety, deppression, substance abuse
  8. 8. Compulsive Overeating- obist, eats alone, stores food, eats more when stressed
  9. 9. Binge Eating Disorder-eats large meals, eats bigger meals when alone, stocks food </li></ul>
  10. 10. What To Look For <ul><li>Anorexia- obsessive exercise, calorie and fat gram counting, starvation and restriction of food, self-induced vomiting, the use of diet pills, laxatives or diuretics to attempt controlling weight, and a persistent concern with body image.
  11. 11. Bulimia- Recurring episodes of rapid food consumption followed by tremendous guilt and purging (laxatives or self-induced vomiting), a feeling of lacking control over his or her eating behaviors, regularly engaging in stringent diet plans and exercise, the misuse of laxatives, diuretics, and/or diet pills and a persistent concern with body image can all be warning signs someone is suffering with Bulimia.
  12. 12. Compulsive Overeating- Men and Women who are Compulsive Overeaters will sometimes hide behind their physical appearance, using it as a blockade against society (common in survivors of sexual abuse). They feel guilty for not being &quot;good enough,&quot; shame for being overweight, and generally have a very low self-esteem... they use food and eating to cope with these feelings, which only leads into the cycle of feeling them ten-fold and trying to find a way to cope again. With a low self esteem and often constant need for love and validation he/she will turn to obsessive episodes of binging and eating as a way to forget the pain and the desire for affection.
  13. 13. Binge- A person suffering with Binge Eating Disorder is at health risk for a heart attack, high blood-pressure and cholesterol, kidney disease and/or failure, arthritis and bone deterioration, and stroke. </li></ul>

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