Health Reference Series: Eating Disorders Sourcebook

Editor: Jones, Keith
Publication Year: 2016
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Single-User Purchase Price: $85.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $127.50
ISBN: 978-0-7808-1466-0
Category: Health & Medicine - Health
Image Count: 11
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Provides basic consumer health information about risk factors, causes, and complications of eating disorders, along with facts about prevention, treatment, and recovery.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Part I: What Are Eating Disorders?
  • Chapter 1—Eating Disorders: An Overview
  • Section 1.1—What Is an Eating Disorder?
  • Section 1.2—The Main Categories of Eating Disorders
  • Section 1.3—Common Eating Disorder Myths
  • Chapter 2—Normal Eating, Disordered Eating, and Eating Disorders
  • Section 2.1—What Are Normal Eating, Disordered Eating, and Eating Disorders?
  • Section 2.2—Emotional Eating
  • Chapter 3—Binge Eating Disorder
  • Chapter 4—Anorexia Nervosa
  • Chapter 5—Bulimia Nervosa
  • Chapter 6—Orthorexia
  • Chapter 7—Diet Pill, Diuretic, Ipecac, and Laxative Abuse
  • Chapter 8—Female Athlete Triad
  • Chapter 9—Pica and Rumination Disorder
  • Section 9.1—Pica
  • Section 9.2—Rumination Disorder
  • Chapter 10—Disorders Often Accompanying Eating Disorders
  • Section 10.1—Body Dysmorphic Disorder
  • Section 10.2—Compulsive Exercise
  • Part II: Risk Factors for Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 11—Factors that Increase Risk for Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 12—Eating Disorders in Youth and Young Adults
  • Section 12.1—Eating Disorders in Children
  • Section 12.2-Most Teens with Eating Disorders Go without Treatment
  • Section 12.3—Eating Disorders among Teens
  • Section 12.4—Eating Disorders among College Students
  • Chapter 13—Eating Disorders in Men
  • Chapter 14—Eating Disorders in Older Adults
  • Chapter 15—Eating Disorders in Athletes
  • Chapter 16—Eating Disorders in Other Specific Populations
  • Section 16.1-Eating Disorders in LGBT Populations
  • Section 16.2—Eating Disorders in Minority Populations
  • Chapter 17—Problems Frequently Co-Occurring with Eating Disorders
  • Section 17.1—What Are Co-Occurring Disorders?
  • Section 17.2—Eating Disorders and Alcohol and Substance Abuse
  • Section 17.3—Eating Disorders and Diabetes
  • Section 17.4—Eating Disorders and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Section 17.5—Eating Disorders and Self-Injury
  • Section 17.6—Eating Disorders and Trichotillomania
  • Section 17.7—Eating Disorders and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
  • Section 17.8—Eating Disorders and Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Section 17.9—Eating Disorders, Anxiety, and Depression
  • Part III: Causes of Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 18—Identifying and Understanding the Causes of Eating Disorders
  • Section 18.1—What Causes Eating Disorders?
  • Section 18.2—Genetics and Anorexia
  • Section 18.3—Mediating Factors for Anorexia
  • Section 18.4—Congenital Leptin Deficiency and Obesity
  • Chapter 19—Environmental Factors in Eating Disorder Development
  • Chapter 20—Body Image and Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 21—Bullying and the Link to Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 22—The Media and Eating Disorders
  • Section 22.1—Media Influence and Eating Disorders
  • Section 22.2—The Internet and Eating Disorders (Pro-ED Websites)
  • Part IV: Medical Complications of Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 23—Health Consequences of Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 24—Symptoms and Complications of Eating Disorders
  • Section 24.1—Medical Symptoms and Complications Associated with Anorexia
  • Section 24.2—Medical Symptoms and Complications Associated with Binge Eating Disorder
  • Section 24.3—Medical Symptoms and Complications Associated with Bulimia
  • Chapter 25—Eating Disorders and Pregnancy
  • Chapter 26—Eating Disorders and Oral Health
  • Chapter 27—Anorexia Nervosa and Osteoporosis
  • Part V: Recognizing and Treating Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 28—Physical, Psychological, and Behavioral Effects of Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 29—Confronting a Person with an Eating Disorder
  • Chapter 30—Diagnosing Eating Disorders
  • Section 30.1—Identifying Eating Disorders
  • Section 30.2-Suggested Medical Tests in Diagnosing Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 31—Choosing an Eating Disorders Treatment Facility or Therapist
  • Chapter 32—Determining the Types of Treatment Needed for Eating Disorders
  • Section 32.1—Determining Level of Care for Eating Disorder
  • Section 32.2—Types of Therapy for Eating Disorder
  • Chapter 33—Psychotherapeutic Approach for Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 34—Pharmacotherapy: Medications for Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 35—Recovery from an Eating Disorder
  • Section 35.1—Overcoming Negative Thoughts
  • Section 35.2—Relapse Prevention
  • Chapter 36—Insurance Coverage for Eating Disorders Treatment
  • Part VI: Preventing Eating Disorders and Achieving a Healthy Weight
  • Chapter 37—Eating Disorder Prevention
  • Chapter 38—Promoting Positive Self-Esteem
  • Section 38.1-What Is Self-Esteem?
  • Section 38.2—Developing Your Self-Esteem
  • Chapter 39—Promoting a Healthy Body Image
  • Section 39.1-The ABC's of Positive Body Image
  • Section 39.2—Promoting Positive Body Image in Children: A Guide for Parents
  • Section 39.3—Body Image during Pregnancy: Loving Your Body at All Stages
  • Section 39.4—Bullying and Body Image
  • Chapter 40—Determining a Healthy Weight
  • Section 40.1—How to Assess Your Weight?
  • Section 40.2—Weight Cycling: An Unhealthy Pattern
  • Section 40.3-Are You Overweight?
  • Chapter 41—Maintaining Your Weight
  • Section 41.1—Balancing Calories
  • Section 41.2-Cutting Calories
  • Section 41.3—Helping Children Maintain a Healthy Weight
  • Chapter 42—Weight Gain Guidelines
  • Chapter 43—Healthy Weight Loss Guidelines
  • Section 43.1-What is Healthy Weight Loss?
  • Section 43.2-Why Diets Don't Work
  • Section 43.3-Are Detox Diets Safe?
  • Section 43.4-Skip the Fad Diet-Go the Healthy Way
  • Section 43.5—Weight Loss and Nutrition Myths
  • Section 43.6—Weighing the Claims in Diet Ads
  • Section 43.7—Tips for Losing Weight Safely
  • Section 43.8—Dietary Supplements for Weight Loss—Factsheet for Consumers
  • Chapter 44—Guidelines for Healthy Eating
  • Section 44.1—The Importance of Healthy Eating
  • Section 44.2—Healthy Eating for a Healthy Weight
  • Section 44.3-How Much Food Should You Eat? A Guide to Portion Size
  • Section 44.4—How to Read Food Labels
  • Section 44.5—Improving Your Eating Habits
  • Section 44.6—The Importance of Family Meals
  • Section 44.7-Eating Out
  • Section 44.8—Nutrition and the Health of Young People
  • Chapter 45—Guidelines for Healthy Exercise
  • Section 45.1—Physical Activity for a Healthy Weight
  • Section 45.2—Benefits of Exercise
  • Section 45.3—Why Exercise Is Wise
  • Section 45.4—Exercise and Bone Health for Women
  • Chapter 46—Coping with Holidays and Food-Related Challenges
  • Part VII: Additional Help and Information
  • Chapter 47—Glossary of Terms Related to Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 48—Directory of Eating Disorder Resources