Please look up the common symptoms and a current treatment for an eating disorder of your choice.
please use Annorexia
Choose any eating disorder to broaden our discussion this week. This population does not make up the primary part of my work, but if you have success with one, then you will have others. I have received a number of referrals from the psychological community in my area. Focus on one of the eating disorders for your research post and as you make your second comment for the week, reflect on the similarities in treatments as well as the differences.
What do you see as your role in the treatment of eating disorders?
Anorexia, also known as Anorexia Nervosa, is an eating disorder that makes victims experience insufficient weight gain. The disease is characterized by weight loss and inability to gain appropriate weight that is in correspondence with an individuals, height, age, which ends up affecting their body image and posture (Gibson 2011). Every people is capable of contracting anorexia irrespective of their race, ethnicities, gender, age and sexual orientation. Notably, the disorder affects the victims as early as teenage. However, both children and adults have been diagnosed with anorexia (Gibson 2011). Therefore, the paper