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    Bulimia Nervosa Argument

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    Bolanle Soyombo Cox AP Lit A2 April 18, 2012 Bulimia Nervosa: Argument Although bulimia nervosa can be treated in multiple fashions, there is a specific treatment that is proven to be the most effective in not only bulimia nervosa, but also other anxiety related disorders. This effective treatment is an specific form of short term psychotherapy. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is productive in both reducing the amount of times one may purge in a day and diminishing the entire disorder altogether;

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    Author: Haley McDaniel, Pharm.D. Candidate Date Answered: November 2, 2015 Question: 47. Should topiramate be considered for the treatment of bulimia nervosa? Answer: The drug Topiramate is a sulfamate-substituted derivative from the monosaccharide D-fructose that is known for its anticonvulsant and antimigraine actions.1 Therefore, it is helpful for patients with seizures and migranes. Epilepsy is a specific example of what this drug is used to treat. Topiramate is different from other

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    What´s Bulimia Nervosa?

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    Bulimia Nervosa Bulimia is a very sensitive subject to talk about, but also very important. There are over 200,000 cases of bulimia in the United States each year. There are many reasons as in why people start having this eating disorder. Society is a big reason, the need to please everyone around. Bulimia Nervosa does not only happen with girls, it also happens with boys. This disorder can start in the early years of life, and can end in the last years of life. More females have this eating disorder

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    Bulimia Nervosa

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    Bulimia Nervosa A. An eating disorder when a person eat large amounts of foods followed by a desire to get rid of the food by vomiting ,use of laxatives and excessive exercise(“What is Bulimia”,2015) B. There are two cause which effect the person with Bulimia nervosa which are depression and anxiety 1. Many people with eating disorder appear to suffer from depression a. Through

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    significance of treatment for Bulimia Nervosa as well as which way of treatment is best for Bulimia. The purpose of this research is to analyze the best treatments for Bulimia Nervosa. More emphasis on the question, is Bulimia Nervosa best treated with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or with antidepressants such as Adapin or Prozac? Furthermore, in the paper the results will indicate the efficacy of treatment of which method of treatment is best for Bulimia. Bulimia Nervosa is characterized by The Diagnostic

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    Bulimia Nervosa

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    much known evidence however of it association with Bulimia nervosa and Anorexia nervosa. The article whose summary is done here represent the research carried out on some persons who have either been diagnosed of Bulimia and or Anorexia nervosa. This study tends to interprete their expereience of binge eating (Karin Eli). Binge eating is a common symptom of eating disorders such as binge eating disorder and bulimia nervosa and ANorexia nervosa. During this period, a person rapidly consumes an excessive

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    Bulimia Nervosa

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    Bulimia Nervosa [also known as Bulimia] is a very serious and dangerous eating disorder. The disorder can be describe as bingeing and then followed by purging or a person who eats a large amount of food in short periods of time and then vomits after eating to prevent on gaining the weight cause by the food. There is different ways of going about ways to prevent the weight gain, making oneself throw up, taking pills, or laxatives which will increase how fast the food will move through your body, exercising

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    Bulimia Nervosa

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    perception of weight or shape (Mayo). These mental illnesses can cause serious problems in a person’s everyday diet (Mandal). People with anorexia nervosa refuse to eat, so they generally use different methods to limit their calorie intake to lose weight. Some methods include excessive exercise, using laxatives, or vomiting after eating. Bulimia nervosa is another type of eating disorder, characterized by binge eating, consuming large amounts of food, followed by purging through vomiting or the use

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    Bulimia Nervosa “Up to 30 million people of all ages and genders suffer from an eating disorder” (Wade, Keski- Rahkonen, & Hudson, 1995). There are many factors which contribute to the development of eating disorders including “biology, emotional health, and societal expectation, and other issues” (“Diseases and Conditions Bulimia nervosa”). One of the most prominent eating disorders in America and around the globe has been around since the Middle Ages: “Bulimia is first reliably described among

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    Bulimia Nervosa

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    Bulimia, also called bulimia nervosa, is when a person eats over 2,000 calories and tries to find methods to avoid gaining weight. This chronic illness is very life- threatening because it is putting the body at harm. When a person is Bulimic, they stress/ binge eat. After they try to vomit, excessive exercise, laxative use, fasting, and a combination of these methods just so they don’t gain weight. Both genders suffer from this disorder, but it is found that it occurs in woman more. There are two

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