Sick enough : a guide to the medical complications of eating disorders / Jennifer L. Gaudiani.Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2019Description: xvii, 258 pages ; 23 cmContent type:
- 616.85/26 23
- RC552.E18 G386 2019
- 2019 B-906
- WM 175
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|Book||Cairns Hospital Library & Knowledge Centre General Collection||General Collection||616.8526 GAU 2019 (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||m30069w4870|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
30,000 foot view : what happens when you starve yourself? -- Going into hibernation -- Hormones and bones -- The empty tank -- Extreme presentations -- Starting to eat again -- 30,000-foot view : what is purging? why does it cause medical issues? -- How does purging physically affect the body? -- Electrolytes and stopping purging -- Binge eating disorder (BED) and weight stigma -- Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and associated conditions -- Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) and associated conditions -- Type 1 diabetes mellitus and concurrent eating disorders (ED-DMT1) -- Avoidant restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) -- Orthorexia and food intolerances -- Elite athletes -- Male patients -- Gender and sexual minorities -- Women's sexual and reproductive health -- Older patients -- Substance use disorder -- Caring for the patient who declines treatment : the spectrum from mandated treatment to hospice care.
Patients with eating disorders frequently feel that they aren't "sick enough" to merit treatment, despite medical problems that are both measurable and unmeasurable. The may struggle to accept rest, nutrition, and a team to help the move toward recovery. "Sick Enough" offers patients, their families, and clinicians a comprehensive, accessible review of the medical issues that arise from eating disorders by bringing relatable case presentations and a scientifically sound, engaging style to the topic. Using metaphor and patient-centered language, Dr. Gaudiani aims to improve medical diagnosis and treatment, motivate recovery, and validate the lived experiences of individuals of all body shapes and sizes, while firmly rejecting dieting culture. -- From publisher's description.