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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 BED is the most common eating disorder in the United States among women aged in their 30s or 40s. of respondents reported purging in the previous five years, of respondents said their efforts to control their weight led them to exercise so much that it had begun to interfere with their daily functioning. In a survey published by the International Journey of Eating Disorders, which surveyed nearly 2000 women over 50: - High levels of Anxiety - Perfectionism - Temperamental - Obsessive - Compulsive Tendencies - Bullying - Trauma - Divorce - Early puberty for girls . - See more at: Common Personality Traits and/or Events Leading to the Onset of Eating Disorders in Childhood increase in eating disorder hospitalizations of children under 12 between 1999 and 2006 Eating Disorders Through the Lifespan Childhood 119% Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) Adolescence and Young Adulthood Keel, 2010; Levine and Smolak, 2010 Percentage of Adolescent Females with Eating Disoders Adulthood of inpatient admissions in 2003 to a specialized treatment center for eating disorders were over 30 years old. 1/3 Common Triggers for the Onset of an Eating Disorder in Mid-Life of eating disorder incidences are among teens and young adults between the ages of 12-26 These disordered eating patterns are typically not vanity-based, but may develop into such as the child gets older. 1/3 There are many types of eating problems that might warrant an ARFID diagnosis: - Difficulty digesting certain foods - Avoiding certain colors or textures of food - Eating only very small portions due to having no appetite - Being afraid to eat after a frightening episode of choking or vomiting. - Menopause ie. bodily changes, hormonal imbalances and mood disturbances - Divorce - Caring for elderly parents - Empty nest - Illness - Infidelity - Trauma - Death of loved one - Trying to fit in at work with younger colleagues 7% 5% NEDA
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