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Athletes in particular elite athletes have obsessional food and body concerns, in bond with a worship of the performance more and more invading, which lead to clinical and subclinical eating disorders. These eating disorders differ according to the disciplines and are difficult to diagnose in athletes because there are insufficiently described. Our aim at estimating the frequency of eating disorders in athletes and describing eating disorders by means of somatic, dietetic and ...
The purpose of this study is to assess the effectiveness of two body acceptance programs for women. Participants may experience reduction of eating pathology and prevention of future obesity and eating disorders; may derive a sense of altruism and contribution to furthering understanding of a public health problem.
Background Eating disorders rank among the ten leading causes of disability among young women, and anorexia nervosa has the highest mortality rate of all mental disorders. Follow-up studies have shown that 20-30 % of patients with eating disorders develop longstanding symptoms, seriously impairing their daily and represents a public health concern. There are very few studies on the course of these patients. Several studies have demonstrated comorbidity between eating disorders ...
The aim of the study was to analyse eating rate in comparison to other aspects of eating habits in women suffering from severe/massive obesity.
Obesity, defined as BMI> 30kg / m2, is a major public health problem, with devastating medical and psychological consequences. 30% of obese suffer from BED type of eating disorders. The optimal treatment of obesity remains bariatric surgery, failed in 20% of cases. Many arguments are in favor of the involvement of the reward circuitry, with the central role of NAc in the pathophysiology of BED and obesity. The recent application and effectiveness of DBS (Deep Brain Stimulation)...
Purpose: to examine effects of hatha yoga in treatment of eating disorders. Methods: Participants: patients with DSM-IV Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa or Eating Disorders Not Otherwise Specified will be invited to participate in this study. Exclusion criteria will be age under 18, serious medical complications, psychosis or increased risk of suicide. Design: randomized controlled single-blinded trial. Intervention: 2 x 90 min weekly group sessions for 12 weeks with ...
This is a naturalistic study implementing a routine assessment to monitor the evolution of the patients with eating disorders being treated in various centers of "ITA Salud Mental" in Spain.
The randomized, cross-over design study is designed to determine how timing of eating affects weight, adiposity, energy metabolism, and gene expression. Obese participants will be provided isocaloric meals and snacks to be consumed in one of two prescribed eating conditions -- daytime eating and delayed eating.
Mindfulness-Based Interventions have been applied in different fields to improve physical and psychological health. However, little is known about its applicability and effectiveness in Spanish adults with overweight and obesity. The aim of the present study protocol is to evaluate the feasibility and efficacy of an adapted MBI programme to reduce emotional eating in adults with overweight and obesity in primary care (PC) settings.
Five percent of young women meet criteria for anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, or binge eating disorder, with another 5% meeting criteria for Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (ED-NOS), which includes subthreshold variants of these disorders. Over half of those presenting for eating disorder treatment meet criteria for ED-NOS and both threshold cases and ED-NOS are marked by chronicity, relapse, distress, functional impairment, and increased risk for future obesity, dep...
This study aims to investigate neuroendocrine, autonomic functioning, and energy metabolism in patients with eating disorder and their relationships with psychopathology of eating disorders (eating patterns, depression, and personality) in these patients.
Eating disorders are severe mental illnesses, mainly affecting adolescent- and young adult women. The prognoses for eating disorders are relatively poor, and a large part of patients with these illnesses do not benefit from available conventional therapies. After decades of research into the causes of eating disorders, there is now compelling evidence for specific neuropsychological difficulties in patients affected by eating disorders. These neuropsychological difficulties are...
We will give intravenous fat molecules to help us understand how the fat that is released from peoples fat cells is used. This will be done when people are eating, not eating and walking.
Loss of control (LOC) eating in children is associated with multiple physical and mental health impairments, including obesity and eating disorders. Little is known about the developmental neurobiology of LOC, which is crucial to specifying its pathophysiology and the development of effective preventive interventions. Individual differences in working memory (WM) appear to be related to LOC eating and excess weight status in youth, but the specificity and neural correlates of t...
This study will use a sipping and spitting exercise to better understand the brain's response to food intake in people with eating disorders.
The specific aim of this study is to examine the efficacy and safety of zonisamide compared with placebo in outpatients with binge eating disorder associated with obesity.
Eating disorders are multifactorial disorders currently conceptualized in a biopsychosocial model, but pathophysiology remains relatively unknown, and robust etiological models to guide treatment are therefore lacking. Different endophenotypes and neurocognitive vulnerability factors have been found in eating disorders including decision making abnormalities. We hypothesize that decision making abnormalities are associated with a lower level of functioning and quality of life w...
This research study is to evaluate the effectiveness, tolerability, and safety of lamotrigine therapy in the treatment of binge eating disorder associated with obesity. Lamotrigine has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of bipolar disorder, but has not been approved for use in the treatment of binge eating disorder with obesity.
The objective of the study was to determine how patients with eating disorders perceive time, and in particular whether their experience of time differs from that of healthy individuals. Another goal was to examine the relationship between the mood of the subjects and their time perspective. The subjects were 30 women with eating disorders and 30 age-matched healthy female controls. The three measures applied were: the Time Metaphors Questionnaire by Sobol-Kwapinska, the Time P...
Obesity is a chronic disease. Its prevalence, which is constantly increasing, as well as the morbidity and mortality caused, require the development of new treatments, particularly for associated eating disorders. Indeed, it has been shown that a participation of abnormalities of food addiction type behaviour was frequently found in patients hospitalized for obesity (25% of patients). These disorders require specific management if you want to achieve a good weight result. The a...
The purpose of this study is to determine whether a web-based program is effective in reducing the incidence of eating disorders in college women who are at high risk for developing an eating disorder.
This study will evaluate the effectiveness of a new approach to a normalization of eating program, based on principles of cognitive-behavioral therapy, in treating women with anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa.
Eating disorders are multifactorial disorders currently conceptualized in a biopsychosocial model, but pathophysiology remains relatively unknown, and robust etiological models to guide treatment are therefore lacking. Different endophenotypes and neurocognitive vulnerability factors have been found in eating disorders including decision making abnormalities. The investigators hypothesize that decision making abnormalities are associated with a lower level of functioning and qu...
The study proposed in this protocol aims to document the physiological, subjective, behavioral, and neural effects of reduced environmental stimulation (floating) in patients with current or prior eating disorder. The primary aim of this study is to determine the safety of this intervention. Secondary aims including determining whether floating has an impact on symptom reports such as those related to anxiety and eating disorders.
This study evaluated the periodontal status of patients suffering from eating disorders (anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa). The work hypothesis is that eating disorder patients have a higher risk for periodontal diseases than non-eating disorder subjects.