An eating disorder (खाने का विकार) is a mental disorder defined by abnormal eating habits that negatively affect a person’s physical or mental health. They include binge eating disorder, where people eat a large amount in a short period of time; anorexia nervosa, where people eat very little and thus have a low body weight; bulimia nervosa, where people eat a lot and then try to rid themselves of the food. Anxiety disorders, depression, and substance abuse are common among people with eating disorders. These disorders do not include obesity. Siddha Spirituality of Swami Hardas Life System considers these problems of serious nature, which may affect overall health. Hence, read, understand and apply simple Siddha energy remedies for free and instantly for wellbeing.
Eating disorder Definition (खाने के विकार की परिभाषा)
It is an illness in which people experience severe disturbances in their eating behaviors and related thoughts and emotions. People with eating disorders typically become pre-occupied with food and their body weight.
Eating disorder Symptoms (खाने के विकार के लक्षण)
Symptoms and complications vary according to the nature and severity of the eating disorder:
|Acne||Xerosis||Amenorrhoea||Tooth loss, cavities|
|Constipation||Diarrhea||Water retention and/or edema||Lanugo|
|Telogen effluvium||Cardiac arrest||Hypokalemia||Death|
|Osteoporosis||Electrolyte imbalance||Hyponatremia||Brain atrophy|
Some physical symptoms of eating disorders are a weakness, fatigue, sensitivity to cold, reduced beard growth in men, reduction in waking erections, reduced libido, weight loss and failure of growth. Unexplained hoarseness may be a symptom of an underlying eating disorder.
PCOS has been associated with binge eating and bulimic behavior. Other possible manifestations are dry lips, burning tongue, parotid gland swelling, and temporomandibular disorders.
Pro-ana subculture (समर्थक एना उपसंस्कृति)
Pro-ana refers to the promotion of behaviors related to the eating disorder anorexia nervosa. Several websites promote eating disorders and can provide a means for individuals to communicate in order to maintain eating disorders.
The psychopathology of eating disorders centers around body image disturbance, such as concerns with weight and shape; self-worth being too dependent on weight and shape; fear of gaining weight even when underweight; denial of how severe the symptoms are and distortion in the way the body is experienced.
Eating disorder Causes (खाने के विकार का कारण)
The causes of eating disorders are not clear.
Many people with eating disorders also have body dysmorphic disorder, altering the way a person sees themselves. Studies have found that a high proportion of individuals diagnosed with body dysmorphic disorder also had some type of eating disorder.
There are also many other possibilities such as environmental, social and interpersonal issues that could promote and sustain these illnesses.
The media are accused of distorting reality, in the sense that people portrayed in the media are either naturally thin and thus unrepresentative of normality or unnaturally thin by forcing their bodies to look like the ideal image by putting excessive pressure on themselves to look a certain way.
While past findings have described eating disorders as primarily psychological, environmental, and sociocultural, further studies have uncovered evidence that there is a genetic component.
Numerous studies show a genetic predisposition toward eating disorders. Twin studies have found slight instances of genetic variance when considering the different criteria of both anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa as endophenotypes contributing to the disorders as a whole. A genetic link has been found on chromosome 1 in multiple family members of an individual with anorexia nervosa.
Eating disorders are classified as Axis I disorders in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders (DSM-IV) published by the American Psychiatric Association. There are various other psychological issues that may factor in eating disorders.
The causality between personality disorders and eating disorders has yet to be fully established. Some people have a previous disorder which may increase their vulnerability to developing an eating disorder. Some develop them afterward.
Cognitive attentional bias issues (संज्ञानात्मक चौकस पूर्वाग्रह मुद्दे)
Attentional bias may have an effect on eating disorders:
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|Depression||Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder|
|Substance abuse, alcoholism||Borderline personality disorder|
|Anxiety disorders||Narcissistic personality disorder|
|Obsessive-compulsive disorder||Histrionic personality disorder|
|Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder||Avoidant personality disorder|
Personality traits (व्यक्तिगत खासियतें)
There are various childhood personality traits associated with the development of eating disorders. During adolescence, these traits may become intensified due to a variety of physiological and cultural influences such as the hormonal changes associated with puberty, stress related to the approaching demands of maturity and socio-cultural influences and perceived expectations, especially in areas that concern body image.
Eating disorders have been associated with a fragile sense of self and with disordered mentalization.
Celiac disease (सीलिएक रोग)
People with gastrointestinal disorders may be more at risk of developing disordered eating practices than the general population, principally restrictive eating disturbances. An association of anorexia nervosa with celiac disease has been found.
Binge eating is a pattern of disordered eating which consists of episodes of uncontrollable eating. It is a common symptom of eating disorders such as binge eating disorder and bulimia nervosa. During such binges, a person rapidly consumes an excessive quantity of food. A diagnosis of binge eating is associated with feelings of loss of control.
This type of eating is done rapidly and a person will feel emotionally numb and unable to stop eating. Most people who have eating binges try to hide this behavior from others and often feel ashamed about being overweight or depressed about their overeating. Although people who do not have an eating disorder may occasionally experience episodes of overeating, frequent binge eating is often a symptom of an eating disorder.
Binge-eating disorder, as the name implies, is characterized by uncontrollable, excessive eating, followed by feelings of shame and guilt. Unlike those with bulimia, those with binge-eating disorder symptoms typically do not purge their food, fast, or excessively exercise to compensate for binges.
Additionally, these individuals tend to diet more often, enroll in weight-control programs and have a history of family obesity.
Environmental influences (पर्यावरणीय प्रभाव)
Child maltreatment (बच्चे के साथ बुरा व्यवहार)
Child abuse which encompasses physical, psychological and sexual abuse, as well as neglect has been shown to approximately triple the risk of an eating disorder. Sexual abuse appears to double the risk of bulimia; however, the association is less clear for anorexia.
Social isolation (सामाजिक अलगाव)
Social isolation has been shown to have a deleterious effect on an individual’s physical and emotional well-being. Those that are socially isolated have a higher mortality rate in general as compared to individuals that have established social relationships.
Parental influence (माता-पिता का प्रभाव)
Parental influence has been shown to be an intrinsic component in the development of the eating behaviors of children. This influence is manifested and shaped by a variety of diverse factors such as:
- Familial genetic predisposition
- Dietary choices as dictated by cultural or ethnic preferences
- Parents’ own body shape
- Eating patterns
Peer pressure (साथियों का दबाव)
In various studies such as one conducted by The McKnight Investigators, peer pressure was shown to be a significant contributor to body image concerns and attitudes toward eating among subjects in their teens and early twenties.
Cultural pressure (सांस्कृतिक दबाव)
There is a cultural emphasis on thinness which is especially pervasive in western society. A child’s perception of external pressure to achieve the ideal body that is represented by the media predicts the child’s body image dissatisfaction, body dysmorphic disorder, and an eating disorder.
Bulimia is less prevalent than anorexia in non-Western countries, but these non-Western countries have probably or definitely been influenced or exposed to Western culture and ideology.
Eating disorder Diagnosis (खाने के विकार का निदान)
The medical history is the most powerful tool for diagnosing eating disorders. There are many medical disorders that mimic eating disorders and comorbid psychiatric disorders.
Neuroimaging using fMRI, MRI, PET and SPECT scans have been used to detect cases in which a lesion, tumor or other organic condition has been either the sole causative or contributory factor in an eating disorder.
|Eating Attitudes Test||SCOFF questionnaire|
|Body Attitudes Test||Body Attitudes Questionnaire|
|Eating Disorder Inventory||Eating Disorder Examination Interview|
Eating disorder Prevention (खाने के विकार की रोकथाम)
Prevention aims to promote healthy development before the occurrence of eating disorders. It also intends early identification of an eating disorder before it is too late to treat. Children as young as ages 5–7 are aware of the cultural messages regarding body image and dieting.
Prevention comes in bringing these issues to the light by discussing with young children, as well as teens and young adults:
- Emotional Bites: a simple way to discuss emotional eating is to ask children about why they might eat besides being hungry. Talk about more effective ways to cope with emotions, emphasizing the value of sharing feelings with a trusted adult.
- Say No to Teasing: another concept is to emphasize that it is wrong to say hurtful things about other people’s body sizes.
- Body Talk: emphasize the importance of listening to one’s body i.e. eating when you are hungry (not starving) and stopping when you are satisfied (not stuffed). Children intuitively grasp these concepts.
- Fitness Comes in All Sizes: educate children about the genetics of body size and the normal changes occurring in the body. Discuss their fears and hopes about growing bigger. Focus on fitness, a healthy diet, and a balanced diet.
Internet and modern technologies provide new opportunities for prevention. On-line programs have the potential to increase the use of prevention programs.
Eating disorder Treatment (खाने के विकार का उपचार)
Family doctors play an important role in the early treatment of people with eating disorders by encouraging those who are also reluctant to see a psychiatrist.
Some treatment methods are:
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), which postulates that an individual’s feelings and behaviors are caused by their own thoughts instead of external stimuli
- Acceptance and commitment therapy: a type of CBT
- Cognitive Remediation Therapy (CRT)
- Dialectical behavior therapy
- Family therapy
- Behavioral therapy
- Interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT)
- Cognitive Emotional Behaviour Therapy (CEBT)
- Music Therapy
- Recreation Therapy
- Art therapy
- Nutrition counseling and Medical nutrition therapy
- Medication: Orlistat is used in obesity treatment. Olanzapine seems to promote weight gain as well as the ability to ameliorate obsessional behaviors concerning weight gain
- Inpatient care
There are few studies on the cost-effectiveness of the various treatments. Treatment can be expensive; due to limitations in health care coverage, people hospitalized with anorexia nervosa may be discharged while still underweight, resulting in relapse and rehospitalization.
Eating disorder Economics (खाने के विकार का अर्थशास्त्र)
Total costs in the USA for hospital stays involving eating disorders rose from $165 million in 1999–2000 to $277 million in 2008–2009; this was a 68% increase. The mean cost per discharge of a person with an eating disorder rose by 29% over the decade, from $7,300 to $9,400.
Eating disorder & Free Siddha energy remedies (खाने का विकार और
नि:शुल्क सिद्ध ऊर्जा उपचार)
1. Siddha preventive measures (सिद्ध निवारक उपाय)
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3. Siddha Kalyan Sadhana (सिद्ध कल्याण साधना)
Recite this Sadhana with a Sankalp “My problems of eating disorder are solved as early as possible and I should gain health”, which should be repeated in mind 3 – 3 times every after each stanza. Any person irrespective of caste, creed, religion, faith, sex, and age can recite this Sadhana for free, which should be repeated at least twice in a day. To know more, please click on this link.
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5. A daily routine for an eating disorder (खाने के विकार के लिए एक दैनिक दिनचर्या)
In general, a daily routine to manage an eating disorder:
- Carry out all medical checks as suggested above and follow the advice of your doctor
- Apply free Siddha energy remedies minimum 3 times a day, as explained above
- Perform Swayamsiddha Agnihotra daily, if feasible
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Ensure to sprinkle in some fun during the day, however, don’t forget to relax and laugh in between. Laughing is a great way to boost your immune system and help you.
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