Eating disorders

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Eating disorders
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  1. Neurochemicals involved in eating disorders
    • Increased cortisol
    • Increased vasopressin
    • Serotonin
    • Neorepinephrine
  2. What lobes involved in eating disorders?
    Frontal/parietal
  3. Genetic influence on eating disorders
    twins
  4. Ghrelin
    recognition of hunger
  5. Leptin
    recognition of saiety
  6. Regulates appetite
    hypothalamus
  7. Intense fear of gaining weight
    Anorexia nervosa
  8. Ignore hunger, yet preoccupied with food
    Anorexia nervosa
  9. Low self esteem
    anorexia nervosa
  10. Social isolation
    anorexia nervosa
  11. Perfectionism
    anorexia nervosa
  12. Good students, athletes
    anorexia nervosa
  13. No tolerance for change and new situations
    anorexia nervosa
  14. Focus on food instead of problems
    anorexia nervosa
  15. Fear of adult responsibilities
    anorexia nervosa
  16. Low BP, HR, Temp
    anorexia nervosa
  17. Metabolic alkalosis
    anorexia nervosa
  18. Irregular heart
    anorexia nervosa
  19. Calcium loss from bones
    anorexia nervosa
  20. dry skin, yellow, nails and brittle hair
    anorexia nervosa
  21. Lanugo
    anorexia nervosa
  22. Freuent ill
    anorexia nervosa
  23. Anorrhea
    anorexia nervosa
  24. Goddess ana
    anorexia nervosa
  25. Weight gain that is acceptible
    1-3 lbs per week
  26. Goal of reaching ___ % of normal weight in anorexia nervosa
    10
  27. Lots of eating, and secretive
    Bulimia
  28. Fear of gaining weight
    Bulimia
  29. Vomit, laxative, exercising
    Bulimia
  30. Fasting to rid of calories
    Bulimia
  31. Promising to be good
    Bulimia
  32. Depreivation-hunger-bindge-purge
    Bulimia
  33. Depressed, lonely, ashamed, empty, self doubt, buried anger, 1/3 depression 1/2 preceding anorexia history
    Bulimia
  34. Competent, glamoous
    Bulimia
  35. Fun to be with
    Bulimia
  36. Feel unworthy
    Bulimia
  37. Normal weight individuals
    Bulimia
  38. Russle's sign
    Calloused backs of hands...Bulimia
  39. Increased cholesterol, hypoglycemai, F&E imbalance
    Bulimia
  40. Dry skin and lips, enlarges salivary glands
    Bulimia
  41. Esophageal rupture
    Bulimia
  42. Hypertenstion, cardiac problems
    Bulimia
  43. Kideny damage
    Bulimia
  44. Muscle weakness
    Bulimia
  45. Risk for heart attack/stroke
    Bulimia
  46. Calories to maintain normal weight
    1500
  47. Cognitive tool...
    Food diary, journal
  48. Plan meals in advance, tx
    Bulimia
  49. Daily eating schdule including meals and snacks
    Bulimia
  50. Active coping stratagies when triggers arise
    TX
  51. 1750 - 2000 calories per meal
    Binge eating
  52. Guilt, but no change to binging hapbit
    Binge eating disorder
  53. HX of failed disorders
    Binge eating disorder
  54. Do not vomit, exercise or abuse laxatives
    Binge eating disorder
  55. Diet, hunger, bindge in response
    Binge eating disorder
  56. Form of malnourshment
    Obesity
  57. Not a mental illness
    obesity
  58. Hypothyroidism
    OBesity
  59. Decreased insulin production
    Obesity
  60. Increased cortisone production
    Obesity
  61. 25-29.9
    Overweight
  62. 30-39
    Obese
  63. BMI > 40
    Morbid
  64. Prader willi, what chromosome
    15
  65. mild to severe mental retardation
    Prader willi
  66. Prozac 50-60mg/day until 6 months after sx disappear
    Bulimia
  67. NOT to be used with anorexia
    SSRI, Prozac
  68. If obsessions and ruminations, what meds
    Atypica antipsychotics
  69. If N&V/Laxative use present, what med?
    Acidophilus
  70. Appetite stimulant
    paxil
  71. what herbs?
    ginsing, ginger, peppermint
  72. Weight loss meds
    • Meridia
    • Xenical
    • CNS stimulants: Dexedrine, amphetamine
    • Naltrexone-used in substance abuse
  73. Benzo's
    NO!
  74. Meridia
    weight loss med
  75. Xenical
    weight loss med
  76. Dexadrine
    weight loss
  77. amphetamine
    weight loss
  78. Naltrexone
    weight loss
  79. NSAIDS in Gastric bypass
    can't use due to absorption
  80. paina nd muscle relaxants in gastric bypass patients
    more profound effect

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