Teen Health Series: Eating Disorders Information for Teens

Editor: Jones, Keith
Publication Year: 2017
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

ISBN: 978-0-7808-1559-9
Category: Health & Medicine - Health
Book Status: Pending
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Eating Disorders Information for Teens, 4th Edition, explains how to recognize eating disorders, their diagnosis, and treatment; and provides guidelines for relapse prevention. Facts about medical consequences, co-occurring conditions, and other diseases that may be complicated by an eating disorder are also included. A special section reports on healthy weight management and exercise plans.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Part One: Eating Disorders And Their Risk Factors
  • Chapter 1—Facts About Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 2—Identifying Healthy Eating Patterns
  • Chapter 3—Causes And Risk Factors For Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 4—Eating Disorders—Not Just A Women's Issue
  • Chapter 5—Eating Disorders: What To Watch For
  • Chapter 6—Negative Body Image May Contribute To Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 7—Genetics And The Impact Of Culture On Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 8—Media And Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 9—Eating Disorders Among Teens: A Cause Of Worry
  • Chapter 10—Bullying And Binge Eating Disorder (BED)
  • Chapter 11 —Weight Loss And Nutrition Myths
  • Part Two: Understanding Eating Disorders And Body Image Disorders
  • Chapter 12—Anorexia Nervosa
  • Chapter 13—Bulimia Nervosa
  • Chapter 14—Binge Eating Disorder
  • Chapter 15—Emotional Eating
  • Chapter 16—Night Eating And Sleep Eating Syndromes
  • Chapter 17—Orthorexia
  • Chapter 18—Pica
  • Chapter 19—Rumination Disorder
  • Chapter 20—Compulsive Exercise
  • Chapter 21 —Female Athlete Triad
  • Part Three: Medical Consequences And Co-Occurring Concerns
  • Chapter 22—Health Consequences Of Eating Disorders.
  • Chapter 23—Obesity And Its Consequences.107
  • Chapter 24—Oral Health Consequences Of Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 25—The Link Between Osteoporosis And Anorexia
  • Chapter 26—Eating Disorders And Pregnancy
  • Chapter 27—What Is Diabulimia?
  • Chapter 28—Eating Disorders And Diabetes
  • Chapter 29—Eating Disorders, Anxiety, And Depression
  • Chapter 30—Eating Disorders And Alcohol And Substance Abuse
  • Chapter 31—Eating Disorders And Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Chapter 32—Eating Disorders And Trichotillomania
  • Chapter 33—Eating Disorders And Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
  • Chapter 34—Could I Have A Mental Health Problem?
  • Chapter 35—Self-Injury And Eating Disorders
  • Part Four: Diagnosing And Treating Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 36—Common Symptoms Of Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 37—When You Suspect Someone You Know Has An Eating Disorder
  • Chapter 38—Diagnosing Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 39—Going To Therapy
  • Chapter 40—Treating Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 41 —Types Of Therapy For Eating Disorder.
  • Chapter 42—Pharmacotherapy: Medications For Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 43—Improving Your Body Image And Self-Esteem
  • Part Five: Maintaining Healthy Eating And Fitness Habits
  • Chapter 44—Building A Healthy Eating Style
  • Chapter 45—What Should You Really Eat?
  • Chapter 46—Improving Your Eating Habits
  • Chapter 47—Healthy Eating And Weight Management
  • Chapter 48—Identifying The Right Weight For Your Height
  • Chapter 49—Eat The Right Amount Of Calories For You
  • Chapter 50—Rethink Your Drink
  • Chapter 51 —Vegetables And Fruits For A Healthy Weight
  • Chapter 52—How To Choose A Safe Weight-Loss Program
  • Chapter 53—Healthy Eating For Vegetarians
  • Chapter 54—Healthy Eating For Athletes
  • Chapter 55—Physical Fitness ForTeens
  • Chapter 56—Fitness Safety For Girls279
  • Chapter 57—Mental Fitness
  • Chapter 58—Eating Disorders Relapse And Relapse Prevention
  • Part Six: If You Need More Information
  • Chapter 59—For More Information About Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 60—For More Information About Nutrition And Weight Management
  • Chapter 61 —For More Information About Physical And Mental Fitness