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Abstract

Body

Introduction

Definition of Anorexia

Criteria for Diagnosis

Physical and Mental Signs and Repercussions

Different Treatments of *****

Case Study Analysis (3)

Personal Reflection

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Endnotes

ABSTRACT

Anorexia Nervosa, a type of eating disorder, continues to plague some of the world's population, particularly white adolescent females obsessed with looking thinner. This paper endeavors to explore what exactly anorexia is, in relation to the category of 'eating d*****order' as well as o*****r eating dis*****ders such as bulimia. The criteria ***** diagnosis will be identified as well as the population in our society most susceptible to falling victim to this mental illness. Physical and mental signs and repercussions ***** also be highlighted along with 3 case studies advocating different treatments to combat this sickness. Traditional treatment normally consists of hospitalization, followed by psycho*****rapy. However, family or support therapy is gradually gaining credibility ***** popularity over traditional treatment routes.

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Despite the fact that *****re ***** greater understanding amongst the medical profession and general ***** about ***** causes and effects of anorexia on its sufferers, there are still many people, both men and women, who suffer from what is largely considered a psychologic*****l disease. ***** paper ***** ***** explore ***** ***** is and how it *****iates from other eating disorders. ***** criteria for diagnosis will be highlighted and the demographics of the primary *****ers of this illness will ***** *****. The physical ***** behavioral signs of anorexia will be examined, as well as ***** physical and psychological repercussions of ***** sickness. Three different case ***** will also be proffered by way of analyzing the effectiveness ***** current *****s, ***** ***** a personal note on the significance of studying this illness.

Prior to undertaking a comprehensive analysis of anorexia, it is important ***** define the parameters of this study. Anorexia is driven by ***** victim's fixation with being thinner. The sufferer's body ***** normally starved and emaciated due to harsh dieting or purging.

Anorexia is a form ***** eating disorder, which is defined as "an abnormal relationship with food. A person who uses food ***** cope with life's stresses has ***** ***** disorder." Eating *****s are brought on by factors such as ********** or emotional imbalances, pressures from the family or friends, physical ***** sexual abuse, and biological or cultural susceptibility (the family may cook lots of rich food all the time but also be preoccupied ***** *****ing thin). Eating dis*****ders encompass ***** nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorders.

***** and compulsive exercise are affiliated with anorexia because *****y all fall under the banner ***** '***** disorder.' "Bulimia involves forcing oneself to throw up after eating and/or the abusive use of diuretics, laxatives, rules, restrictions, or exercise." It frequently involves binge *****. Compulsive exercising is just an***** outlet of behavi*****; "Compulsive Exercise is ano*****r way to "purge" and disordered eaters who suffer with these symp*****ms are typically considered to be *****ing from Anorexia, or Bulimia non-purging ***** (no ***** of laxatives, diuretics or self-induced vomiting)." However, ***** illnesses are not mutually exclusive

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