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Binging Type (Nursing)

by Brenda Marshall, EdD, MSN, RN

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    00:01 What about just Binge Eating Disorders? So we just talked about binging and purging.

    00:09 This is just binging.

    00:10 Binging is episodes of compulsive overeating, without any purging.

    00:17 So, again, we're going to see as in binging and purging.

    00:22 We're going to see that this person is compulsively eating as fast as possible, and never having the ability to feel full, or even hungry.

    00:33 They're eating because they are compulsively eating.

    00:37 Men and women are equally as impacted by binge eating disorders.

    00:44 And what do we see when we have a patient who has a binge eating disorder? Well, what do we think we're going to see? If a person is eating a lot, and not necessarily eating what's good for them, if they are consuming as much as possible, we end up seeing high cholesterol. We end up seeing hypertension.

    01:05 We end up seeing fatigue.

    01:07 All of that blood having to constantly be working on trying to break down this food.

    01:12 We see joint pain because these are patients who are going to be overweight.

    01:17 And what does excess weight do to your bones? It puts extra stress on your knees, on your hips.

    01:26 So this joint pain is real.

    01:28 These patients are also going to start having Type 2 diabetes.

    01:33 From this increased and constant taking in of food and the insulin that has to pour out to try and keep up with the ingestion of the food.

    01:44 It leads to heart disease.

    01:46 Because of this, again, this weight and the body's inability to process it all.


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    The lecture Binging Type (Nursing) by Brenda Marshall, EdD, MSN, RN is from the course Eating Disorders (Nursing).


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    1. Hypertension
    2. Heart disease
    3. Joint pain
    4. Hypotension
    5. Weight loss

    Author of lecture Binging Type (Nursing)

     Brenda Marshall, EdD, MSN, RN

    Brenda Marshall, EdD, MSN, RN


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