Learn how doctors can best spot conditions such as anorexia or binge eating, and talk to patients about their eating disorders. ... As with eating disorders, primary care physicians can often be the first ones to notice a problem.
Women who are bulimic in pregnancy are more anxious and depressed than pregnant women without eating disorders.
Eating disorders may stand in the way of treatment for coexisting conditions, said Dr. ... The prevalence and correlates of eating disorders in the National Comorbidity Survey Replication.
Eating only 50 calories a day more as a result equals enough calories to add five pounds of weight annually. ... Those with eating disorders or elderly people who need to eat more could follow the opposite advice to improve their intake.
eating disorders, people who use illicit drugs, people with severe depression, and so on. ... There is an enormous difference between being lean because of eating well and being physically active, and being lean because of anorexia nervosa or routine
Drs. Granieri and Seidner and others said patients with malignancy, hyperthyroidism, dental problems, inability to swallow, eating disorders, and dementia or those who are trying fad diets are also vulnerable. ... Thomas advised. In young women, Dr.
Transgender patients are particularly at risk, with a 32% risk of suicide over their lifetimes, he noted.“ Men who have sex with men have increased risk of eating disorders,” said Dr.
While psychotherapies are effective treatments for digestive disorders, the stigma around both functional gut disorders and mental health diagnoses can limit uptake. ... re experts in GI; other people are experts in depression and anxiety.” Other
Women's health differs from men's, both generally and in a number of specific conditions, including liver disease, kidney disease, and digestive and eating disorders, and physicians should take these ... Physicians should generally be concerned about
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