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  1. This Mean Disease: Growing Up in the Shadow of My Mother's Anorexia Nervosa by Daniel Becker, 2005-08-15
  2. Dying to Please: Anorexia, Treatment and Recovery, 2d ed. by Avis Rumney, 2009-05-13
  3. Anorexia Nervosa and Recovery: A Hunger for Meaning (Haworth Women's Studies) by Ellen Cole, Esther D Rothblum, et all 1993-05-18
  4. Bulimia/Anorexia: The Binge-Purge Cycle and Self-Starvation by Marlene Boskind-White, William C. White Jr., 2001-07
  5. Anorexia by Metcalfe, 2009-10-25
  6. Shrink: A Journey through Anorexia - A Novel by Heather Morrall, 2010-06-01
  7. Treating and Overcoming Anorexia Nervosa by Steven Levenkron, 1988-04-05
  8. The Echo Glass: A Novel about Anorexia Nervosa by Heather Morrall, 2006-11-01
  9. Starving: A Personal Journey Through Anorexia by Christie Pettit, 2003-04
  10. Slim to None : A Journey Through the Wasteland of Anorexia Treatment by Jennifer Hendricks, 2004-01-16
  11. Understanding Diseases and Disorders - Anorexia by Rachel Lynette, 2005-08-29
  12. When the Mirror Lies: Anorexia, Bulimia, And Other Eating Disorders by Tamra B. Orr, 2007-03
  13. The Owl Was a Baker's Daughter: Obesity, Anorexia Nervosa, and the Repressed Feminine--A Psychological Study (139p) by Marion Woodman, 1980-12
  14. Starving Souls: A Spiritual Guide to Understanding Eating Disorders -Anorexia, Bulimia, Binging… by Rabbi Dovid Goldwasser, 2010-02-03

81. Pro Anorexia Bulimia Web Sites
Pro anorexia Propaganda On The Internet. For those who have suffered and knowthe pain involved, they can't see nor understand the joys of anorexia.

82. Anorexia Nervosa - Glossary Of Symptoms And Mental Illnesses Affecting Teenagers
anorexia NERVOSA. anorexia Nervosa occurs when an adolescent refuses to maintainbody weight at or above a minimal normal weight for age and height.
A NOREXIA N ERVOSA Anorexia Nervosa occurs when an adolescent refuses to maintain body weight at or above a minimal normal weight for age and height. The weight loss is usually self-imposed and is usually less than 85% of expected weight. The condition occurs most frequently in females, however, it can occur in males. Generally, the teenager has an intense fear of gaining weight or becoming fat even though underweight. Self evaluation of body weight and shape may be distorted and there may be denial of the potential health hazards caused by the low body weight. Physical symptoms can include:
  • absence of regular menstrual cycles
  • dry skin
  • low pulse rate, and
  • low blood pressure
Behavioral changes commonly occur such as:
  • social withdrawal
  • irritability
  • moodiness, and
  • depression
Without treatment, this disorder can become chronic and with severe starvation, some teenagers may die. For additional information see the following Facts for Families
#2 - Teenagers with Eating Disorders
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83. Anorexia Goes High Tech
anorexia Goes High Tech A wave of proanorexia web sites has flooded the Internet,providing dangerous support and how-to tips to a new generation of anorexics,8599,169660,00.html
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A wave of pro-anorexia web sites has flooded the Internet, providing dangerous support and how-to tips to a new generation of anorexics.'s Jessica Reaves investigates
A pro-anorexia web site A pro-anorexia web site
National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders: ANAD
Tuesday, Jul. 31, 2001
That’s where technology comes in. Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, anorexics and would-be anorexics around the globe can access more than 400 web sites designed solely for them. Need to know how to disguise your weight loss so concerned (read: jealous) friends will stop hounding you to eat? Looking for a few words of support as you launch into your latest deprivation diet? Or perhaps you’d like to know the tricks for satisfying that pesky weekly weigh-in at the doctor’s office? It’s all right here.
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84. Poruchy Stravovania
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85. Anorexia
MedHist. AHIS. SEARCH BROWSE ABOUT WHAT'S NEW SUBMIT SITE TRAINING SITE MAP,anorexia up. Related topics broader, Eating Disorders. anorexia and bulimia,
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Anorexia and bulimia
This document is one of the Royal College of Psychiatrists "Help is at Hand" leaflets, which are aimed at the public, covering common mental health issues. This illustrated self-help leaflet provides information on the causes, consequences and treatment of anorexia and bulimia, with information on seeking help, self help and further advice. Provided on the Web by the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Anorexia Anorexia Nervosa Bulimia Patient Education
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86. Hospital Practice: Eating Disorders: Anorexia Nervosa
Eating Disorders 1. anorexia Nervosa ANDREA GORDON Stamford Hospital/Columbia University. Weightgain is the only definitive treatment for anorexia nervosa.
Eating Disorders:
1. Anorexia Nervosa

Stamford Hospital/Columbia University
Dr. Gordon is Assistant Director, Family Practice Residency Program, Stamford Hospital/Columbia University, Stamford, Conn. If you are a practicing physician, you have patients with eating disorders. You may not be aware of the female patient who regularly binges on thousands of calories and then forces herself to vomit, or of the teenaged boy who aims to eat less than 400 calories a day while exercising rigorously. It is estimated that in the United States, five to ten million women and up to one million men have an eating disorder. These may be underestimates, especially if one takes into account the diagnosis of binge eating disorder that was introduced in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition (DSM-IV) of the American Psychiatric Association. Anorexia nervosa has the poorest prognosis of all the eating disorders; however, the prognosis is moderately improved if the disorder is detected and treated in its early stages. To that end, this article will highlight signs and symptoms that may be indicative of anorexia and interventions that are within the scope of the primary care physician. In addition, a brief description of some of the theories of anorexia's origins may help physicians to prevent the disorder in some patients.
Theories about the causes of anorexia nervosa include both the psychological and biologic. One psychological theory is that food intake and weight are areas that a young woman can control in a life otherwise dictated by an overly involved family, which may include a parent who is unduely concerned with weight or appearance.

87. Anorexia Nervosa - PsiqWeb - G.J.Ballone
Translate this page ..digite com acentos.. anorexia. Normalmente a pessoa anoréxica pacientescom anorexia Nervosa. Critérios Diagnósticos anorexia Nervosa.
As características essenciais da Anorexia Nervosa são a recusa do paciente a manter um peso corporal na faixa normal mínima associado à um temor intenso de ganhar peso. Na realidade, trata-se de uma perturbação significativa na percepção do esquema corporal, ou seja, da auto-percepção da forma e/ou do tamanho do corpo. O termo Anorexia pode não ser de todo correto, tendo em vista que não há uma verdadeira perda do apetite mas sim, uma recusa em se alimentar. A Anorexia Nervosa é então, um transtorno alimentar caracterizado por limitação da ingestão de alimentos, devido à obsessão de magreza e o medo mórbido de ganhar peso. Veja abaixo as opções de Transtornos Alimentares
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Transtornos Alimentares Bulimia Nervosa Links Específicos Transtornos Alimentares - CID.10 Transtornos Alimentares - DSM.IV Índice: Anorexia - DSM.IV

88. Anorexia Nervosa
anorexia nervosa är en ätstörning som huvudsakligen drabbar flickor i åldern1220 år, men även pojkar kan få sjukdomen. anorexia nervosa.

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89. Anorexia Nervosa - Wikipedia
Other languages Deutsch. anorexia nervosa. Successful treatment of,and recovery from, anorexia is possible but it takes many years.
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Anorexia nervosa
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Anorexia Nervosa is a form of eating disorder where the sufferer believes that she (or in 10 - 20 % of cases, he) is overweight, even when they are actually of a normal or low weight. This perception, known as "distorted body image" causes the sufferer great anxiety and can trigger obsessive-compulsive-style behaviours related to food and weight. The sufferer will often go to great lengths to lose what they perceive as excess weight; overexercise and/or severe restriction of caloric intake are the most common. Some anorexics incorporate bulimic behaviour into their illness

90. Centre For Psychotherapeutic Studies
BOOKS Process Press Announces the publication of. LOST FOR WORDS. THEPSYCHOANALYSIS OF anorexia AND BULIMIA. by Em Farrell. About eighty
BOOKS Process Press Announces the publication of
by Em Farrell
About eighty per cent of women suffer from Sub-Clinical Eating Disorder, and twenty per cent will manifest full-blown anorexia or bulimia during their lifetime. This is the first overview of the psychoanalytic and psychodynamic literature on these disorders.
'This fine book explores in both a sophisticated and accessible way the inner experience of patients with eating disorders. The author is to be congratulated for her nuanced appreciation of the self-alienation that is so common in these patients and the challenges that this presents in the treatment setting. The book details the maturation of the psychoanalytic perspective on these conditions as well as the variety of current points of view. The author's own perspective is Kleinian, an orientation that she represents with thoughtfulness and convincing clinical immediacy. 'Em Farrell's book is a valuable addition to our evolving literature and is one that is deserving of admiration and broad readership. I recommend it highly.' Harvey J. Schwartz, M.D., psychoanalyst, editor of "Bulimia: Psychoanalytic Treatment and Theory"

91. Postgraduate Medicine: Patient Notes: Anorexia
Patient Notes anorexia. VOL 99 / NO 6 / JUNE 1996 / POSTGRADUATE MEDICINE. Whatare the signs of anorexia? People with this disorder are not just slender.
Patient Notes
VOL 99 / NO 6 / JUNE 1996 / POSTGRADUATE MEDICINE Anorexia is a serious eating disorder in which people literally starve themselves, sometimes to death. Even if they become emaciated, they still see themselves as fat. Who has this eating disorder?
In the past, it was considered a disorder of teenaged girls and young women, and they still compose the largest group. However, more and more, anorexia is being found in both sexes and a wide range of ages. The disorder is even found in children who have gotten a message (from movies, TV, friends, or family) that appearance is all-important. Some people are especially susceptible, such as athletes and those in professions that emphasize thinness and build, such as dancers, gymnasts, runners, wrestlers, and models. What are the signs of anorexia?
People with this disorder are not just slender. They weigh at least 15% less than they should, and they often have many of the following traits:
  • Their goal is a "perfect" body. Good or even great is not enough.
  • They are terrified of being fat.

92. Anorexia Nervosa Definition - Eating Disorders Community
anorexia Nervosa definition, signs, symptoms of anorexia. Visit HealthyPlace.comEating Disorders (anorexia, Bulimia, Compulsive Overeating) Community.
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Anorexia Nervosa
Defined as: Refusal to maintain body weight at or above a minimally normal weight for age and height (e.g., weight loss leading to maintenance of body weight less than 85% of that expected; or failure to make expected weight gain during period of growth, leading to body weight less than 85% of that expected). Symptoms: Intense fear of gaining weight or becoming fat, even though underweight. Disturbance in the way in which one's body weight or shape is experienced, undue influence of body weight or shape on self-evaluation, or denial of the seriousness of the current low body weight. In postmenarcheal females, amenorrhea, i.e., the absence of at least three consecutive menstrual cycles. (A woman is considered to have amenorrhea if her periods occur only following hormone, e.g., estrogen, administration)

93. Life Style Health
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94. Garlic Nr 4 1999: Att Leva Med Anorexia
Intervju med 18årig tjej, som levt med sjukdomen i fyra år.Category World Svenska Mental hälsa Sjukdomar Ätstörningar......Jessica är snart 18 år. Hon har haft stämpeln anorexia i snart två år. Jagär medveten om att det är många som säger att man kan dö av anorexia.
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95. Eating Disorders: Anorexia And Bulimia
For more information about anorexia and bulimia, read this article. Bulimia is a bitdifferent from anorexia because someone with bulimia doesn't avoid eating.

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Hayley used to love going to the food court in the mall with her friends, but now just the thought of it fills her with dread. Besides, she doesn't really even have time to hang with her friends anymore since she's upped her exercise schedule to include even more running and aerobics. She doesn't feel like herself lately - she's having a hard time concentrating in school and she's always so tired. She's really thin, too - so how come every time Hayley passes a mirror, she sees an overweight girl staring back at her? If you know someone in your school who is like Hayley - or if you recognize yourself in her - you're not alone. Hayley has an eating disorder, a condition that occurs when a person tries to become thin in an unhealthy way. Eating disorders are very common in America - between 5 and 10 million people have them. In fact, it's thought that one in 10 college-age girls has some type of eating disorder. But eating disorders don't strike only girls in college; many girls in high school and even junior high (or middle school) have them, too. It's estimated that 1% of American teens has an eating disorder. That means if your class has 400 students, probably about four of them have this condition. Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa
The two most common types of eating disorders are anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa , more commonly known as anorexia and bulimia.

96. Main Page 2000 Index

97. Index
Bulimia y Anorexia Trastornos del comer: Bulimia Nerviosa. Anorexia Nerviosa. VOLVER Sexo y edad.


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