1.Eating disorders (ED) are mental issues portrayed by unusual dietary patterns

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Feb 24, 2023


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1.Eating disorders (ED) are mental issues portrayed by unusual dietary patterns that adversely influence an individual’s physical and psychological well-being. The basic ED issues are anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge ED (Wang, 2022). The common symptoms among anorexia nervosa patients are uncommon fear of gaining weight, distorted self-judgement and refusal to maintain good body weight. Symptoms of bulimia nervosa incorporate repetitive episodes of overeating followed by cleansing behaviors like spewing, utilizing intestinal medicines, or fasting. Side effects of binge eating disorder include continuous episodes of intemperate overeating without cleansing. I trust cognitive behavioral therapy. It can be the best type of therapy for treating eating disorders. Cognitive behavioral therapy underscores the job of reasoning by how we feel and what we do, and assists patients with distinguishing and challenging negative and twisted speculation designs. Research has observed that cognitive behavioral therapy is compelling in lessening the side effects of eating disorders and helping patients deal with their eating behaviors. Suppose a patient with eating disorder can manage his thoughts and take more realistic approach to various eating issues. In that case, they will probably work to any form of eating disorder they suffer from, like fear of gaining weight. Also, CBT can blend with different types of therapy, for example, psychodynamic therapy and family therapy. The brief research report article by Withnell et al. (2022) compare the severity and treatment outcomes of different thresholds of eating disorder and other specified feeding issues. The study results show that Other Specified Feeding and Eating Disorders (OSFED) patients show lower eating issues compared to Bulimia Nervosa (BN) patients. Also, the research concludes that no differences between diagnostic groups in self-esteem, depression scores or symptoms change from intake to discharge.
 The psychological disorder I chose from the DSM-V is Anxiety. Anxiety disorders involve more than temporary worry or fear. Anxiety comes in different forms of behavior. There is Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) usually involves a persistent feeling of anxiety and can include Feeling restless, Being easily fatigued, Having difficulty concentrating, having difficulty controlling emotions of, worrying, having sleeping problems, and headaches, muscle aches, stomachaches, or unexplainable pains. There are also panic attacks, including pounding or racing heart, Trembling, Chest pains, and feeling out of control. Last but not least there is also Social anxiety is fear of being watched and judged by others. These symptons include; Feelings of self-consciousness or fear that people will think them negatively, Difficulty making eye contact or being around people they don’t know. and Rigid body posture or speaking with an overly soft voice. As you can see, axienty is more than a nervous feeling.The type of therapy I believe would be the most successful in treating anxiety is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, also known as CBT; It introduces people to different ways of thinking to conditions to help them feel less anxious.


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