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BulimiaGroup Number: 13Concepts of Mental HealthNiagara College INTRODUCTIONBulimia Nervosa defined as eating large amount of food in a short period of time. People with bulimia nervosa often are concerned about their apperance or weight during self analysis.People use some of the behaviours VomitingTaking laxatives and diureticsFasting ExerciseThese behaviours become more mandatory and out of control with time and turns in obsession with food, continuously thinking about eating, weight fall off, dieting and physical appreance.TYPES OF BULIMIAPurging type:-This is the most common form of bulimia. The client induced self vomiting and abuse of laxatives and diuretics.Non-purging:-In this type people do excessive exercise and fasting.CausesNot knownBiological and environmental factorsPast events of abuse or traumaDifficult transitions or life changesNegative body imagePoor self esteemCareer opportunities or activities that centered on appearance/performanceRisk factorAlteration in state of mind or personalityDeny to eat in anterior of people Phobia of weight gain Deform body image Frequently weighing oneselfFood masked and store upSigns and symptomsEating uncountableVomiting/frequent use of bathroom after mealExcessive exerciseDental problemsDepression or mood swingsHeart burn, indigestion, dehydration, bloatingGastric reflex, swelling of oesophagusImproper episodes of over eating and fastingDiagnosis:Physical examinationAsk about eating pattern ,weight loss methods,Blood and urine examinationECGPsychological evaluationTreatment: Treatment must be based on complete assessment of person and family. Assess the age and medical history.Check the seriousness of symptoms.Nutritional rehabilitation, Individual therapy and cognitive therapy, behavioural therapyFamily based therapyMedicationsHospitalizationOutpatient, day care, indoor patient careHealth talk for individualFood diary for daily food intake Generate a menu plan with health professionalUse distractions like pleasurable activities and hobbiesEat with family member or friend to decrease anxiety at meal timeDo not label food as’ good or bad’Plan meals before handFamilyBe patient and supportiveDo not expect overnight recoverySeek professional helpCreate a support group, consultant, and involve other family membersCatch in routine operations and get connect with known food activities.Support to build up self esteem StrategiesEstablish a warm and positive interpersonal relationship with clientDo not comment on body image or appearanceCounselling and provide resourcesOversee eating habitsProvide positive feed backSupport well eatingRole of Health care provider:Spread awarenessIdentify the disorder and restoring physiological stability as soon as possibleEstablish a trusting therapeutic relationshipInvolve the family Using interdisciplinary approachHealth promotion campaignReferrenceHasse,M., Ray,S., Pollard,C. (2018). Canadian Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse (2018)Gordon, J. The role of healthcare in education,treatment,and prevention of eating disorders. Retrived from: prevention-of-eating-disorders/Pitman,K.,Santos,K.The renfrewcentre of northern new jersy.Retrived from: from: -disorder-straWoodside,D.,Wolfson,L.National eating disorder information centre.Retrived from: clinicRetrived from: -conditions/bulimia/symptoms-causes/syc-20353615Holmes,L.(2018).Ontario teachers federation.Retrived from: disorder-strategieshttps://www.teachs