Prevalence of disordered eating and menstrual dysfunction in female intercollegiate athletes



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  • Eating disorders,
  • Menstruation disorders,
  • Sports for women -- Psychological aspects,
  • Women athletes -- Psychology

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Statementby Kristin A. McLenahan.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationix, 126 leaves
Number of Pages126
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Open LibraryOL17791977M
OCLC/WorldCa33901074

Only 3 articles included club sport athletes; prevalence of eating disorders were 16%% and the disordered eating rate was reported to be 27%. Conclusion: This review, the first to include club sport female athletes, provides a current summary of the prevalence Author: Janae T. Meyers. Chatterton, J.C. & Petrie, T. A. (, August). Prevalence of Eating Disorders and Pathogenic Weight Control Behaviors in Male Collegiate Athletes. Paper session presented at the an-nual meeting of the American Psychological Association. Orlando, FL. Gathering prevalence information on disordered eating among male collegiate athletes provides in-. disordered eating among female collegiate athletes has been reported to be between 1% and 39% for meeting medical criteria for anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, and has been documented to be as high as 62% for pathogenic weight control behaviors (Sanborn. Varies from sport to sport and among female vs male athletes Females are more at risk Athletes have more eating disorders than non-athletes Sub-clinical disorders are more common than full blown clinical disorders About 2/3 of athletes have eating disorders More women than men have eating disorders.

Some research, however, shows prevelance findings of eating disorders in female athletes congruent with the general population. FEMALE ATHLETE TRIAD. The female athlete triad of disordered eating, amenorrhea, and osteoporosis affects many active women, especially those in sports that emphasize appearance or leanness. and Rudd found that % of female athletes participating in lean sports had a subclinical prevalence for an eating disorder, which indicates they participate in a type of DE behavior (5). The frequency of DE among female athletes puts them at risk for the potential development of an eating disorder (ED) (12, 17). Approximately 63% of all female athletes develop symptoms of an eating disorder in high school. Female athletes report higher frequencies of eating disorders than male athletes. The research has found that athletes, compared with non-athletes, may have higher frequencies of disordered eating than others with eating disorders. more common for female athletes to meet the criteria for exhibiting disordered eating patterns and behaviors such as “ body dissatisfaction or body image disturbance, excessive exercising to lose weight, binge eating, strict dieting and/or purging, low self-esteem, depression, andAuthor: Caitlyn Pecinovsky.

The Physiological Screening Test (PST) Manual for Eating Disorders/Disordered Eating Among Female Collegiate Athletes was developed after several years of research by a team of qualified professionals, who is well-aware of the psychological, physical, and nutritional world of the female athlete a team with many years of experience in psychology, athletic training, sports dietetics, and : $ Objective The objectives of the study were to examine the prevalence of anorexia nervosa (AN), bulimia nervosa (BN), anorexia athletica (AA), and eating disorders not otherwise specified (ED-NOS) in both male and female Norwegian elite athletes and a representative sample from the general Norwegian population.. Design A 2-step study including self-reported questionnaire and clinical interview.

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Get this from a library. Prevalence of disordered eating and menstrual dysfunction in female intercollegiate athletes. [Kristin A McLenahan]. The prevalence of disordered eating, menstrual dysfunction, and low bone mineral density among US collegiate athletes.

Beals KA(1), Hill AK. Author information: (1)Division of Nutrition and Dept of Family and Preventive Medicine, University of Utah, Salt Lake Cityby: Disordered eating in female collegiate athletes and collegiate females in an advanced program of study: a preliminary investigation.

Int J Sport Nutr. ; – Karlson KA, Becker CB, Merkur A. Prevalence of eating disordered behavior in collegiate lightweight women rowers and distance runners. Clin J Sport Med. ; – Prevalence of Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating Behaviors Among Male Collegiate Athletes Article (PDF Available) in Psychology of Men & Masculinity 9(4) October with 1, Reads.

Disordered Eating Among Athletes: A Comprehensive Guide for Health Professionalswill increase your understanding of eating disorders among athletes and give you the practical information to manage athletes in need.

The book synthesizes, integrates, and evaluates the latest research on disordered eating as it pertains to both male and female athletes.4/5(1). Female Collegiate Athletes: Prevalence of Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating Behaviors Article in Journal of American College Health 57(5) March with 1, Reads.

concerns for female athletes. It has been demonstrated that 32% of female collegiate athletes practice pathogenic weight-control behaviors that could be associated with eating disorders.1 Furthermore, Prevalence of disordered eating and menstrual dysfunction in female intercollegiate athletes book irregularities, like amenorrhea and oligomenorrhea, may be related to eating disorders.

The potential for female riders to develop eating. Infographic: Athletes & Eating Disorders. Get the facts on eating disorders and athletes with our infographic. LEARN MORE > THE FEMALE ATHLETE TRIAD The Female Athlete Triad includes disordered eating, amenorrhea, and osteoporosis.

The lack of nutrition resulting from disordered eating can cause the loss of several or more consecutive periods. Disordered Eating Among Athletes: A Comprehensive Guide for Health Professionals will increase your understanding of eating disorders among athletes and give you the practical information to manage athletes in need.

The book synthesizes, integrates, and evaluates the latest research on disordered eating as it pertains to both male and female by: COMPONENTS OF THE FEMALE ATHLETE TRIAD Disordered Eating. At the time that the female athlete triad was first introduced as a serious syndrome, 43 the term eating disorder was reserved for the clinical diagnosis of anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa, based on the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, third edition (DSM III) of the American Psychiatric Association, criteria.

3 Since the criteria Cited by: Prevalence of Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating Behaviors Among Male Collegiate Athletes Page: 11 p. This article is part of the collection entitled: UNT Scholarly Works and was provided to UNT Digital Library by the UNT College of by: athletes has found a high overall prevalence of eating disorders (%).

The prevalence rate was highest in female athletes (%) but the male athletes’ prevalence rate of % represents a huge increase compared to a non-athlete’s. Prevalence of eating disorders High risk sports have been identified as: > Swimming. Prevalence of disordered eating, menstrual dysfunction and musculo-skeletal injury in female high school athletes Objective To determine the prevalence of disordered eating (DE) and men-strual dysfunction (MD) among high school athletes, and to examine the relationship between these components and musculoskeletal injury (MI) rates.

Prevalence of Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating Behaviors Among Male Collegiate Athletes Showing of 11 pages in this article.

PDF Version Also Available for by: Objectives The objectives of this study were to examine the prevalence of disordered eating (DE), pathogenic behaviours and menstrual irregularity in the older female athletic population, and to compare with an equivalent sedentary population.

Design Cross sectional retrospective self reporting : Jessica Harvey. Objective: The purpose of this study was to compare the prevalence of disordered eating (DE), menstrual dysfunction and the occurrence of bone injuries in two groups of undergraduate sports students.

An athletic group (n = 31) and a group of non-athletic students representing a control sample (n = 55).Author: Alix Dickinson. Disordered Eating Athletes don't need to be diagnosed with an eating disorder to experience adverse physical, emotional and athletic consequences. If the amount of energy a student-athlete takes in is insufficient relative to the amount of energy that student-athlete expends, it can negatively impact health and performance.

The aims of this study were to examine the prevalence of eating disorder (ED), menstrual dysfunction (MD), and low bone mineral density (BMD) among US collegiate athletes (n=) representing 7 different sports (diving, swimming, x-country, track, tennis, field hockey, and softball), and to determine whether differences in prevalence existed between athletes participating in lean-build (LB) and Cited by: tion, disordered eating behaviors have TTSTUDY DESIGN: Retrospective cohort study.

TTOBJECTIVES: To determine the prevalence of, and association between, disordered eating (DE), menstrual dysfunction (MD), and musculoskeletal injury (MI) among high school female athletes.

TTBACKGROUND: Female athlete triad (Triad). The purpose of this study was to examine the prevalence of disordered eating patterns (DEP) and menstrual irregularities in Chinese female athletes (n=) and nonathletic controls (n=), by using Eating Attitudes Test (EAT) and written : Goroh Okano, Zuien Mu, Zhengyu Lin, Yuji Sato, Robert Holmes, Masashige Suzuki, Yoshikatsu Nakai.

An increased prevalence of menstrual dysfunction, diminished bone health, and inadequate energy availability due to disordered eating behaviors was observed among female athletes after the passage of Title IX (Powell, ).

These three conditions exist predominantly. menstrual cycles What causes The Triad. Energy Deficit/Disordered Eating The primary cause of the Female Athlete Triad is energy deficiency, an imbalance between the amount of energy consumed and the amount of energy expended during exercise.

Usually this involves a conscious restriction of food intake, problems with body. eating among female varsity athletes, and 2) determine if there is a greater prevalence of disordered eating among athletes who participate in sports that emphasize leanness than those that do not.

This study was designed to measure levels of behavior related to disordered eating patterns rather than to diagnose any eating disorders among the. Prevalence of disordered-eating behaviors in undergraduate female collegiate athletes and non-athletes.

Journal of Athletic Training, 40(1), 47– Rosenberg, M. The primary objective of this review of literature was to examine the relationship of eating disorders and disordered eating among female collegiate athletes. Since the institution of Title IX inthe Educational Amendment to the Civil Rights Act offemale participation in sports has been consistently rising at all levels of by: 1.

Prevalence in Athletes •Lifetime prevalence of AN and BN in female athletes ranges from % to % and from % to %, respectively. •Prevalence in male athletes is unclear •Estimates can even range as high as 62% among female athletesFile Size: 1MB.

ABSTRACT The purposes of this study were to 1) determine the prevalence of disordered eating among female varsity athletes, and 2) determine if there is a greater prevalence of disordered eating among athletes who participate in sports that emphasize leanness than those that do not.

This study was designed to measure levels of behavior related to disordered eating patterns rather than to Author: Lindsey Anne Clarke. Female athletes experience a higher rate of eating disorders than non-athletes (4,24,43). Female athletes have an eating disorder prevalence of 15% to 62% compared to % to 3% in late adolescent and young adult female non-athletes (21).

Researchers (33) assessed disordered eating in female collegiate athletes (N = ) from three NCAA. Eating disorders commonly exist among athletes, especially those involved in sports that place great emphasis on the athlete to be thin.

Sports such as gymnastics, figure skating, dancing, and synchronized swimming have a higher percentage of athletes with eating disorders, than sports such as basketball, skiing and ing to a American College of Sports Medicine study.

Disordered Eating In Female Athlete Review Articles The number of disordered eating cases in adolescent athletes and the female participation in sports that require body exposure and emphasize agility, beauty and leanness of movements, such as dancing, gymnastics, long-distance running and also tennis, have increased in recent years.

The prevalence of disordered eating, menstrual dysfunction, and low bone mineral density among US collegiate athletes. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab. Author: Jennifer J.

Mitchell, Jacalyn J. Robert-McComb.In our last book on this topic, Eating Disorders in Sport (Thompson & Sherman, ), it was again a book that was easy to write because we had considerable research on which to rely and at the same time a somewhat difficult book to write due to having to review more than articles related to athletes and disordered eating/eating disorders Cited by: Eating disorders and related weight control behaviors, such as excessive exercising and restrictive eating, represent serious health problems for girls and women in the United States and other industrialized nations.

Female athletes, in particular, have been identified as a subgroup to study because of the unique weight, performance, and body image pressures they experience from coaches Cited by: