Friday, February 3, 2023
HomeNewsNow you see it, Now you don’t: compulsive exercise in adolescents with...

Now you see it, Now you don’t: compulsive exercise in adolescents with an eating disorder

Compulsive exercise (CE) has been suggested as a factor in developing and maintaining eating disorders. Over three thousand teens, mostly girls, with a history of eating disorders were studied to research the frequency of CE and how it relates to psychiatric symptoms. Levels of CE were high in those teens suffering from eating disorders with bulimia nervous a being the most common condition associated with CE. Those with CE also had a more severe form of the disorder. CE cessation can be a part of remission of the disease.

Read more: Now you see it, Now you don’t: compulsive exercise in adolescents with an eating disorder

RELATED ARTICLES

Most Popular

Recent Comments

Linda Cerveny on Thank you
Carol steinberg on Thank you
Julia on My Peace Treaty
Susi on My Peace Treaty
Rosemary Mueller, MPH, RDN, LDN on Can You Try Too Hard to Eat Healthy?
Deborah Brenner-Liss, Ph.D., CEDS, iaedp approved supervisor on To Tell or Not to Tell, Therapists With a Personal History of Eating Disorders Part 2
Chris Beregi on Overworked Overeaters
Bonnie Adelson on Overworked Overeaters
Patricia R Gerrero on Overworked Overeaters
Linda Westen on Overworked Overeaters
Zonya R on Jay’s Journey
Dennise Beal on Jay’s Journey
Tamia M Carey on Jay’s Journey
Lissette Piloto on Jay’s Journey
Kim-NutritionPro Consulting on Feeding Our Families in Our Diet-Centered Culture
Nancy on Thank you
Darby Bolich on Lasagna for Lunch Interview