The term 'Bulimia' refers to episodes of uncontrolled
- This 'Eating Disorder' is characterised by an irresistible urge to overeat.
- Extreme measures to control body weight and misconceptions regarding the "perfect" shape and size of the body are observed, similar to that in patients with Anorexia Nervosa.
- The condition might get severe with huge quantities of food being consumed.
- To prevent weight gain patients resort to self-induced vomiting, abuse of laxatives, fasting or extremely rigorous exercising.
Latest Publications and Research on Bulimia NervosaSelf-reported quantity, compulsiveness and motives of exercise in patients with eating disorders and healthy controls: differences and similarities. - Published by PubMed
An investigation of the process of change in psychopathology and exercise during inpatient treatment for adults with longstanding eating disorders. - Published by PubMed
Crossed prevalence results between subtypes of eating disorder and bipolar disorder: A systematic review of the literature. - Published by PubMed
Food addiction, in obese patients seeking bariatric surgery, is associated with higher prevalence of current mood and anxiety disorders and past mood disorders. - Published by PubMed
Self-reported quantity, compulsiveness and motives of exercise in patients with eating disorders and healthy controls: differences and similarities. - Published by PubMed