Which Psychological Problem Is Least Likely To Be Associated With Anorexia Nervosa?
- 1 Which psychological problem is often associated with anorexia nervosa?
- 2 Which personality characteristic is most likely in a patient with anorexia nervosa?
- 3 Which problem is a possible medical complication of anorexia nervosa?
- 4 What are 3 physiological changes that occur with anorexia nervosa?
- 5 Which of the following is a feature of anorexia nervosa group of answer choices?
- 6 What are the social effects of anorexia?
- 7 What personality type is most likely to have an eating disorder?
- 8 What are 6 health problems associated with anorexia nervosa?
- 9 How do anorexics behave?
- 10 Does anorexia make you pee a lot?
- 11 What is a likely long term consequence of anorexia nervosa?
- 12 What are the impacts of anorexia?
- 13 What is the prognosis for anorexia nervosa?
- 14 How much do anorexics weigh?
- 15 How does starvation affect mental health?
Which psychological problem is often associated with anorexia nervosa?
Anorexia nervosa is commonly co-morbid with mood disorders. Many individuals with the eating disorder also report anxiety disorders such as obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and social phobia disorders.
Which personality characteristic is most likely in a patient with anorexia nervosa?
People who suffer from anorexia nervosa tend to have high levels of harm avoidance, a personality trait characterized by worrying, pessimism, and shyness, and low levels of novelty seeking, which includes impulsivity and preferring new or novel things (Fassino et al., 2002).
Which problem is a possible medical complication of anorexia nervosa?
Complications of anorexia include: Anemia. Heart problems, such as mitral valve prolapse, abnormal heart rhythms and heart failure. Bone loss, increasing risk of fractures later in life.
What are 3 physiological changes that occur with anorexia nervosa?
development of bloating, constipation and food intolerance. loss of periods (in women) and failure to begin a menstrual cycle (in girls) – although you can still have your periods and have anorexia nervosa. loss of libido (sex drive) cold, mottled hands and feet due to poor blood flow, even in warm weather.
Which of the following is a feature of anorexia nervosa group of answer choices?
Anorexia Nervosa (AN): An eating disorder, the main features of which include a refusal to maintain a minimal body weight, a pathological fear of gaining weight and a distorted body image in which sufferers continue to insist they are overweight.
Having a social life can be difficult for people with an eating disorder. When people develop eating disorders they can become more distant and start to spend more time alone. This can make their harmful thoughts or low self-esteem worse.
What personality type is most likely to have an eating disorder?
Williams, looking at 55 patients in eating disorders clinics in New York using the Myers-Briggs test found the following: INFJ (18.5%), INTJ (10.63%), and ENFJ (6.59%) were the most common personality types among the patients.
What are 6 health problems associated with anorexia nervosa?
Short-Term Health Risks of Anorexia Nervosa Short-term health risks include weight loss, gastro-intestinal complaints, fatigue, dehydration and hair loss among others.
How do anorexics behave?
A person with anorexia is preoccupied with calorie intake and weight. People with anorexia nervosa eat an extremely low calorie diet and have an excessive fear of gaining weight. They often feel better about themselves when they lose weight. They may also exercise excessively.
Does anorexia make you pee a lot?
Hypokalemia can impair muscle (especially heart) function, causing muscle weakness and cramping, an irregular heartbeat, abdominal cramping or bloating, thirst and frequent urination.
What is a likely long term consequence of anorexia nervosa?
Many individuals who struggle with anorexia have some form of osteopenia or osteoporosis, creating an increased risk of breaks and fractures. Yet other long-term effects for women include loss of normal menstruation, difficulties conceiving, infertility and more.
What are the impacts of anorexia?
People with severe anorexia may suffer nerve damage that affects the brain and other parts of the body. This can lead to nerve affected conditions including the development of seizures, confused thinking and extreme irritability and numbness or odd nerve sensations in the hands or feet (peripheral neuropathy).
What is the prognosis for anorexia nervosa?
The prognosis of anorexia nervosa is guarded. Morbidity rates range from 10-20%, with only 50% of patients making a complete recovery. Of the remaining 50%, 20% remain emaciated and 25% remain thin. The remaining 10% become overweight or die of starvation.
How much do anorexics weigh?
People with anorexia typically weigh 15% or more below the expected weight for their age, sex and height. Your body mass index (BMI) is calculated by your weight (in kilograms) divided by the square of your height (in metres).
How does starvation affect mental health?
Restricted eating, malnourishment, and excessive weight loss can lead to changes in our brain chemistry, resulting in increased symptoms of depression and anxiety (Centre for Clinical Interventions, 2018b). These changes in brain chemistry and poor mental health outcomes skew reality.