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ANOREXIA NERVOSA. BRIGITTE DIETZ KATHRYN POWELL MARY CAMPBELL. EXAMPLES IN MEDIA. Suspected cause. Treatment options. stigmas. Influential factors. symptoms. Depression Social with-drawl Fatigue Food obsession Heart and gastrointestinal complications Low kidney function Flaky skin

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anorexia nervosa

ANOREXIA NERVOSA

BRIGITTE DIETZ

KATHRYN POWELL

MARY CAMPBELL

symptoms
symptoms
  • Depression
  • Social with-drawl
  • Fatigue
  • Food obsession
  • Heart and gastrointestinal complications
  • Low kidney function
  • Flaky skin
  • Brittle nails
  • Tooth loss
  • Weight loss
symptoms continued
Symptoms (continued)
  • Lowered body temperature
  • Lowered blood pressure
  • Slower heart rate
  • Loss of menses
  • Thinning hair
  • Malnutrition
  • Laugo
influence on others
Influence on others
  • FAMILY LIFE- conversation revolve around food and exercise.
    • Family members eat more and gain weight trying to coax the patient to eat more
  • TYPICAL FAMILY REACTION-
    • Mother- usually immobilized, feels guilty frightened and late angry at her child, and usually gains the most weight
    • Father- typically feels confused, resentful, mystified, sorry for himself, and worried for his child.
influence on others continued
Influence on others (continued)
  • Siblings- feel disappointed with their anorexic sibling, afraid parents will give more attention to the patient, abusive to the patient, jealous of the attention given to the patient, and they go out of the way to prove they are the best child.
  • Patient- enraged, defensive of their anorexia when confronted, independent, powerful (they control family life), and secretly ashamed of themselves.
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