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What You Will Learn
History, symptomatology and classification.
Definitions, concepts and classifications of Eating disorders and therapies.
Predisposing factors of eating disorders: Personal, family and sociocultural factors.
Media influence and the slimming market
Prevention or early detection.
Help towards the sick. Treatments.
People who want to be more productive by speed-listening
Learn about eating disorders, therapies an predisposing factors.
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Eating disorders or eating behavior disorders (EDs) encompass several chronic and progressive diseases that, despite manifesting themselves through eating behavior, actually consist of a very complex range of symptoms among which an alteration or distortion of body self-image, a great fear of gaining weight and the acquisition of a series of values through body image, although there are certain eating disorders that cause a person to eat excessively.
Types of eating disorders include binge eating disorder, anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, pica, rumination syndrome, , and a group of other specified feeding or eating disorders. Treatment varies according to type and severity of eating disorder, and often more than one treatment option is utilized.
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DISSCLAIMER: This course is not intended to replace medical advice or treatment. If your are struggling with eating disorders is important to seek medical help.
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Symptoms to detect an eating disorder