Body Image, Eating Disorders, and Obesity in Youth:Assessment, Prevention, and Treatment
Body Image, Eating Disorder and Selected Physiological Variables:Athletes and Non-Athletes Wangkheimayum Geetarani Devi, Thingnam Nandalal Singh
Body Image Problems and Body Dysmorphic Disorder:The Definitive Treatment and Recovery Approach Annemarie OConnor, Chloe Catchpole, Lauren Callaghan
Overcoming Body Image Problems including Body Dysmorphic Disorder:Robinson Alex Clarke, David Veale, Rob Willson
Developing Images: Mind Development, Hallucinations and All Mind Disorders Including Autism: P. M. Best
Are you having a complicated relationship with food and feeling worthless when you see your own reflection in the mirror? This guide shares with you the steps towards ED recovery (binge, bulimia, and anorexia) to restore a healthy look and reduce relapse when emotions, societal pressures, or media influences triggered it. Inside you will discover: The root causes of ED to enable you to tackle it right away before it becomes a serious health problem The symptoms of ED to let you detect early and seek help quickly from family and professional guidance A better understanding of the side effects of ED to save your life without delay Types of food which can enhance your mood and improve your eating habit to curb your struggle with food intake The number one myth that may sabotage your ED recovery and how you can avoid it to restore your health without hindrance Treatment options and remedies for anorexia to let you choose the method which makes you feel comfortable and smoothen your recovery path Six ways to restrain control in BED, and stop binge eating once and for all And much, much more! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Yvette Lee. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/122915/bk_acx0_122915_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
From the heart and soul of mental-health sufferer Chloe Catchpole and the expert minds of the talented clinical psychologists Dr. Lauren Callaghan and Dr. Annemarie O’Connor, this audiobook is divided into two helpful, cohesive parts. In part I, we follow Chloe’s desperate struggle with body image and body dysmorphia. We learn about the huge impact it had on her everyday life, drastically affecting her education and career prospects. We witness her journey of painful despair, from a teenager who never really understood the illness tormenting her to a young woman regaining control in her life. Meeting Dr. Callaghan and Dr. O’Connor was a turning point in her life, as they guided her on the road toward recovery and helped her manage the holds her disorder had over her. Sufferers with any type of body image or anxiety conditions will identify with Chloe’s suffering and the daily struggles she faces. Dr. Callaghan and Dr. O’Connor’s wisdom, expertise, and compassionate approach have enabled Chloe to move on significantly with her life. Their approach is captured perfectly as they provide valuable insight into why and how Chloe struggled with her condition and what needs to be done to ensure her path to recovery and beyond. Part II is ´´Pulling the trigger´´, the definitive survival and recovery approach for overcoming issues with body image and body dysmorphic disorder. It is a unique, user-friendly self-help approach to support and guide mild, moderate, and severe sufferers to a place called recovery and beyond. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Harriet Carmichael, Helen Keeley. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/122392/bk_acx0_122392_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
´´After decades of research on dysfunctional eating and lack of physical activity, research attention has finally turned to the role of digital technology in eating behaviors and eating disorders. This timely volume offers a thoughtful and wide collection of chapters discussing the possible effects of digital technologies, from those enhancing healthy eating behaviors to those that encourage disordered eating. Highly recommended for both professionals and scholars.´´ Prof. Giuseppe Riva, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan, Italy. This book examines in depth the multifaceted roles of digital technologies in the eating behaviors and eating disorders. Coverage reflects a broad theoretical and empirical knowledge of current trends in digital technology use in health behaviors, and their risks and benefits affecting wellbeing, with focus on eating behaviors and eating disorders. The authors use both qualitative and quantitative data to focus on the digital lived experiences of people and their eating related behaviors. Among the topics covered: The quality of eating-oriented information online Technology, body image, and disordered eating Eating-oriented online groups Using mobile technology in eating behaviors Usage of digital technology among people with eating disorders What healthcare professionals should know about digital technologies and eating disorders Technology-based prevention and treatment programs for eating disorders A potential source of discussion and debate in various fields across the social sciences, the health sciences, and psychology, Digital Technology, Eating Behaviors, and Eating Disorders will be especially useful to students, academics, researchers, and professionals working in the fields of eating behaviors and eating disorders.