Health Reference Series: Eating Disorders Sourcebook

Editor/Author Williams, Angela
Publication Year: 2019
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Single-User Purchase Price: $95.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $142.50
ISBN: 978-0-7808-1681-7
Category: Health & Medicine - Health
Image Count: 9
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Eating Disorders Sourcebook, Fifth Edition, provides basic consumer health information about anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, and other eating disorders and related concerns, such as female athlete triad, the abuse of laxatives and diet pills, and rumination disorder. It explains the factors that put people at risk for developing eating disorders, and it discusses their adverse health effects and the methods used to prevent, diagnose, and treat them.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Part I: What Are Eating Disorders?
  • Chapter 1— Eating Disorders: An Overview
  • Section 1.1— Understanding Eating Disorders
  • Section 1.2— Myths about Eating Disorders
  • 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
  • Section 2.3— Disordered Eating and Eating Disorders: What's the Difference?
  • Chapter 3— How Are Eating Disorders and Obesity Related?
  • Chapter 4— Binge-Eating Disorder
  • Chapter 5— Anorexia Nervosa
  • Chapter 6— Bulimia Nervosa
  • Chapter 7— Diet Pill, Diuretic, Ipecac, and Laxative Abuse
  • Chapter 8— Female Athlete Triad
  • Chapter 9— Orthorexia
  • Chapter 10— Pica and Rumination Disorder
  • Section 10.1— Pica
  • Section 10.2— Rumination Disorder
  • Chapter 11— Nocturnal Sleep-Related Eating Disorder
  • Chapter 12— Other Specified and Unspecified Feeding and Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 13— Disorders Often Accompanying Eating Disorders
  • Section 13.1— Body Dysmorphic Disorder
  • Section 13.2— Compulsive Exercise
  • Part II: Risk Factors for Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 14— Factors That Increase Risk for Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 15— Eating Disorders in Youth and Young Adults
  • Section 15.1— Eating Disorders and Adolescents
  • Section 15.2— Eating Disorders: Information for Teens
  • Section 15.3— Eating Disorders among College Students
  • Chapter 16— How Eating Disorders Affect Males
  • Chapter 17— Eating Disorders in Athletes
  • Chapter 18— Eating Disorders among Gays, Lesbians, and Bisexuals
  • Chapter 19— Problems Frequently Co-Occurring with Eating Disorders
  • Section 19.1— What Are Co-Occurring Disorders?
  • Section 19.2— Eating Disorders and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Section 19.3— Eating Disorders and Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Section 19.4— Eating Disorders and Diabetes
  • Section 19.5— Eating Disorders and Self-Injury
  • Section 19.6— Eating Disorders and Trichotillomania
  • Section 19.7— Eating Disorders and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
  • Section 19.8— Eating Disorders, Anxiety, and Depression
  • Section 19.9— Eating Disorders and Alcohol and Substance Abuse
  • Part III: Causes of Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 20— Identifying and Understanding the Causes of Eating Disorders
  • Section 20.1— What Causes Eating Disorders
  • Section 20.2— Genetics and Anorexia
  • Section 20.3— Mediating Factors for Anorexia
  • Section 20.4— Impaired Brain Activity Underlies Impulsive Behaviors in Bulimia
  • Section 20.5— Congenital Leptin Deficiency and Obesity
  • Chapter 21— Body Image and Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 22— Environmental Factors in Eating Disorder Development
  • Chapter 23— Bullying and the Link to Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 24— The Media and Eating Disorders
  • Section 24.1— Media Influence and Eating Disorders
  • Section 24.2— The Internet and Eating Disorders (Pro-Eating Disorders Websites)
  • Part IV: Medical Complications of Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 25— Overview of Medical Complications of Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 26— Symptoms and Complications of Binge-Eating Disorder and Bulimia
  • Section 26.1— Complications Associated with Binge-Eating Disorder
  • Section 26.2— Medical Symptoms and Complications Associated with Bulimia
  • Chapter 27— Eating Disorders and Pregnancy Complications
  • Chapter 28— Eating Disorders and Oral Health
  • Chapter 29— Anorexia Nervosa and Osteoporosis
  • Part V: Recognizing and Treating Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 30— Physiological Symptoms and Warning Signs
  • Chapter 31— Confronting a Person with an Eating Disorder
  • Section 31.1— How to Approach a Loved One You Suspect May Have an Eating Disorder
  • Section 31.2— How to Approach Your Student: A Guide for Teachers
  • Chapter 32— Diagnosing Eating Disorders
  • Section 32.1— Diagnostic Criteria for Eating Disorders
  • Section 32.2— Screening for Eating Disorders
  • Section 32.3— Suggested Medical Tests in Diagnosing Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 33— Determining the Type of Treatment Needed
  • Section 33.1— Determining Level of Care for Eating Disorder
  • Section 33.2— Types of Therapy
  • Chapter 34— Psychotherapy and Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 35— Encountering Treatment Resistance
  • Chapter 36— Online Interventions for Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 37— Pharmacotherapy: Medications for Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 38— Nutritional Support: A Key Component of Eating-Disorders Treatment
  • Chapter 39— Recovering and Overcoming Negative Thoughts
  • Section 39.1— Principles of Recovery
  • Section 39.2— Overcoming Negative Thoughts
  • Chapter 40— Insurance Coverage for Eating Disorders Treatment
  • Part VI: Preventing Eating Disorders and Achieving a Healthy Weight
  • Chapter 41— Eating-Disorder Prevention
  • Chapter 42— Promoting Positive Self-Esteem
  • Section 42.1— What Is Self-Esteem?
  • Section 42.2— Building Self-Esteem: A Self-Help Guide
  • Chapter 43— Promoting a Healthy Body Image
  • Section 43.1— What Is Body Image?
  • Section 43.2— Parental and Peer Factors Associated with Body Image
  • Section 43.3— Creating a Positive Body Image
  • Section 43.4— Body Image during Pregnancy: Loving Your Body at All Stages
  • Chapter 44— Determining a Healthy Weight
  • Section 44.1— How to Assess Your Weight
  • Section 44.2— Are You Overweight?
  • Section 44.3— Signs That You Are Underweight
  • Section 44.4— How to Gain a Healthy Weight
  • Chapter 45— Maintaining Your Weight
  • Section 45.1— Weight Cycling: An Unhealthy Pattern
  • Section 45.2— Maintaining a Healthy Weight: Balancing Calories
  • Section 45.3— Cutting Calories
  • Section 45.4— Maintain a Healthy Weight: Tips for Healthy Weight Management
  • Chapter 46— Healthy Weight-Loss Guidelines
  • Section 46.1— Losing Weight: Getting Started
  • Section 46.2— Choosing a Safe and Successful Weight-Loss Program
  • Section 46.3— Weight-Loss and Nutrition Myths
  • Section 46.4— Popular Fad Diets
  • Section 46.5— Why Fad Diets Don't Work
  • Section 46.6— Detox Diets—the Lowdown
  • Section 46.7— Dietary Supplements for Weight Loss
  • Section 46.8— Beware of Miracle Weight-Loss Products
  • Chapter 47— Guidelines for Healthy Eating
  • Section 47.1— Healthy Eating for a Healthy Weight
  • Section 47.2— A Guide to Portion Size
  • Section 47.3— How to Read Food Labels
  • Section 47.4— The Importance of Family
  • Section 47.5— Eating Healthy When Eating Out
  • Chapter 48— Guidelines for Healthy Exercise
  • Section 48.1— Physical Activity for a Healthy Weight
  • Section 48.2— Benefits of Exercise
  • Section 48.3— Exercise and Bone Health for Women
  • Chapter 49— Coping with Holidays and Food-Related Challenges
  • Part VII: Additional Help and Information
  • Chapter 50— Glossary of Terms Related to Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 51— Directory of Eating Disorder Resources