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EXPLANATION OF OVEREATING AS A COMPULSIVE BEHAVIOR

Addictive behaviors present a challenge, because it is problematic for an observer to understand just why clearly harmful behaviors are continued. However, we frequently see used alcoholics who drink despite liver damage or social consequences, smokers who smoke despite lung or heart damage, and morbidly obese patients who continue steadily to overeat inspite of the

MEANING OF OVEREATING AS A COMPULSIVE BEHAVIOR

Addictive behaviors present difficult, as it is problematic for an observer to realize why clearly harmful behaviors are continued. However, we frequently see used alcoholics who drink despite liver damage or social consequences, smokers who smoke despite lung or heart damage, and morbidly obese patients who continue to overeat regardless of the resulting health problems

EXPLANATION OF PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS ASSOCIATED WITH OBESITY

Just as behaviors involving use of other substances warrant their own psychiatric diagnoses as disorders of dependence or abuse, some eating patterns warrant specific diagnoses as eating disorders, involving restriction, excess, or both. Volkow and O’Brien13 have proposed that the forthcoming fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V), anticipated to

MEANING OF PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS ASSOCIATED WITH OBESITY

Just as behaviors involving utilization of other substances warrant their own psychiatric diagnoses as disorders of dependence or abuse, some eating patterns warrant specific diagnoses as eating disorders, involving restriction, excess, or both. Volkow and O’Brien13 have proposed that the forthcoming fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V), anticipated to

DESCRIPTION OF PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS ASSOCIATED WITH OBESITY

Just as behaviors involving use of other substances warrant their very own psychiatric diagnoses as disorders of dependence or abuse, some eating patterns warrant specific diagnoses as eating disorders, involving restriction, excess, or both. Volkow and O’Brien13 have proposed that the forthcoming fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V), anticipated

DEFINITION OF PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS ASSOCIATED WITH OBESITY

Just like behaviors involving use of other substances warrant their own psychiatric diagnoses as disorders of dependence or abuse, some eating patterns warrant specific diagnoses as eating disorders, involving restriction, excess, or both. Volkow and O’Brien13 have proposed that the forthcoming fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V), anticipated to

DESCRIPTION OF BARRIERS TO WEIGHT LOSS AFTER BARIATRIC SURGERY

Although bariatric surgery is actually successful in leading to weight reduction, it is more challenging to predict who will ultimately be unsuccessful in achieving their weight reduction goals, those whose weight may rise again to presurgical levels or even beyond. Understanding the factors related to worse outcomes in terms of sustained weight loss may help

DEFINITION OF BARRIERS TO WEIGHT LOSS AFTER BARIATRIC SURGERY

Although bariatric surgery is obviously successful in ultimately causing fat loss, it’s harder to predict who will ultimately be unsuccessful in achieving their weight reduction goals, those whose weight may rise again to presurgical levels as well as beyond. Understanding the factors connected with worse outcomes with regards to sustained weight loss may help guide

EXPLANATION OF BARRIERS TO WEIGHT LOSS AFTER BARIATRIC SURGERY

Although bariatric surgery is clearly successful in resulting in weight loss, it’s more difficult to predict who will ultimately be unsuccessful in achieving their weight reduction goals, those whose weight may rise again to presurgical levels or even beyond. Understanding the factors related to worse outcomes with regards to sustained fat loss may help guide

DEFINITION OF OVEREATING AS A COMPULSIVE BEHAVIOR

Addictive behaviors present difficult, since it is hard for an observer to realize why clearly harmful behaviors are continued. However, we frequently see in practice alcoholics who drink despite liver damage or social consequences, smokers who smoke despite lung or heart damage, and morbidly obese patients who continue to overeat despite the resulting health risks
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