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BELL WORK If you could change anything about your body what would it be and why? Think body image
REVIEW Weighing more than what it is appropriate for your gender, height, age, body frame, and growth pattern Overweight Females between the ages of 13 and 18 need approximately ___________calories each day depending on how active they are. 1,800 to 2,400
REVIEW Males between the ages of 13 and 18 need approximately ________calories each day depending on how active they are. 2,200 to 3,200 The way you see and feel about your body body image
OBJECTIVES describe the symptoms of various eating disorders. explain the health risks associated with an eating disorder. identify sources of help that are available for a person with an eating disorder.
BODY IMAGE Many of the people who have eating disorders suffer from unrealistic and unhealthy body images.
WHAT ARE EATING DISORDERS Approximately 36 million people in the United States have an eating disorder. eating disorder An extreme and damaging eating behavior that can lead to sickness and even death
EATING DISORDERS Eating disorders have little to do with hunger. Often, eating disorders are brought on by mental/emotional problems such as depression or low self-esteem.
BINGE EATING Many people who have a binge eating disorder are obese. binge eating disorder Compulsive overeating
BINGE EATING obese Weighing more than 20 percent higher than what is appropriate for their height, age, and body frame
BINGE EATING Eating even when not hungry Eating large amounts at one time Eating alone Hiding food
BINGE EATING Serious weight problems Feelings of guilt Low self-esteem Poor body image
ANOREXIA NERVOSA anorexia nervosa An eating disorder characterized by self-starvation leading to extreme weight loss
BULIMIA NERVOSA bulimia nervosa A condition in which a person eats large amounts of food and then secretly purges 1/5 girls have purged 1/20 boys have purged
BULIMA NERVOSA People with bulimia purge the food they have eaten by vomiting or taking laxatives. People with bulimia nervosa do not usually become overly thin.
BULIMIA NERVOSA Going to the bathroom immediately after eating Running water in the bathroom to hide the sound of vomiting Swollen cheeks caused by vomiting
BULIMIA NERVOSA Damaged tooth enamel from stomach acid Injured mouth and throat from stomach acid Hormone imbalance, dehydration, damage to kidneys and liver, and loss of important minerals from frequent vomiting
TREATMENT Treatment for people with eating disorders can involve working with a counselor, primary care doctor, and nutritionist.
TREATMENT When an eating disorder involves serious medical problems or severe depression, a hospital or special treatment facility may be recommended.