What is Over eating disorder

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 Overeating  disorder

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Over eating  disorder characterized by continuous or frequent excess of eating over which an individual does not feel he or she has control, and which usually leads to waking and obesity .

Eating is not connected to hunger and food intake may be rabbit or secret causes, while the exact cause of compulsive overeating disorder is unknown.

Over eating disorder

Factors influencing over eating disorder.

There are a variety of factors that are thought to influence the development of this  overeating disorder. These factors are biological .

1. Biological abnormalities

Biological abnormalities such as hormonal irregularities or genetic mutations may be associated with compulsive eating and food addiction.

2 .Psychological abnormalities.

A strong correlation has been established between depression and over eating disorder. body dissatisfaction, low self esteem and difficulty coping with feelings can also contribute to finish over eating disorder.

3. Social abnormalities

Social and cultural traumatic situations such as a history of sexual abuse, can increase the risk of compulsive overeating. Social pressures to be thin, which are typically influenced through media can trigger emotional. Persons subject to critical comments about their bodies or weight may be especially vulnerable to a over eating disorder.

 signs and symptoms, of over eating disorder

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  • Overeating or eating uncontrollably, even when not physically hungry,
  • Eating much more rapidly than normal eating.
  •  Feelings of guilt due to overheating.
  • Preoccupation with body weight
  •  Depression or mood swings
  •  Awareness that eating patterns are abnormal
  •  History of weight fluctuations,
  • Withdrawal from activities because of embarrassment about weight
  • History of many different unsuccessful diets,
  • Eating little in public, but maintaining a high body weight,
  • Holding the belief that life will be better if they can lose weight,
  •  Hiding food in strange places as a closet.
  •  Cabinets, soup, pastas or under the bed vague or secretive eating patterns,
  • Self defeating statements after fruit consumption,
  • Holding the belief that food is their only friend .
  •  Loss of sexual desire or promiscuous relations.

Diagnose over eating disorder

  • Your doctor may recommend a psychological evaluation
  •  Discussion of your eating habits.
  • Your doctor also may want you to have other tests to check for health.

consequences of overeating disorder, such as

  • High cholesterol,
  • High blood pressure,
  • Heart problems,
  • Diabetes
  • Sleep related breathing disorders.
  • Sleep disorder of center consultation treatment

These tests may include a physical exam. Blood and urine tests,  the goals for treatment of  over eating disorder are to reduce overeating when it necessary to  lose weight psychotherapy use whether in individual or group sessions, psychotherapy also called talk therapy can help teach you

  • How to exchange unhealthy habit
  • Healthy ones
  • Reduce overeating episodes.

Psychotherapy include

Cognitive behavioral therapy may help you cope better with issues that can trigger compulsive over eating disorder episodes such as

  • Negative feelings about your body.
  • Depressed mood.

It may also give you a better sense of control over your behavior and help you regulate eating pattern,

Interpersonal psychotherapy.

This type of therapy focuses on your relationships with other people. The goal is to improve your interpersonal skills. Now you relate to others, including family, friends and CO works. This may help reduce bench eating that’s triggered by poor relationships and unhealthy communication skills . This form of therapy can help you learn behavioral skills to help you tolerate stress, regulate your emotions and improve your relationships with others, all of which can reduce the desire to bench eats doctors, sometimes prescribe antidepressant medicines to the patients.

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