Binge eating disorder
Blood pressure test
15% below normal BMI
10kg below normal BMI
25% below normal BMI
10% below the patient's normal body wight
10kg below the patient's normal body weight
Those with bulimia are obese whereas those with anorexia are severely underweight.
Males do not get bulimia but they do get anorexia.
Bulimia is ego-dystonic but anorexia is ego-syntonic.
Anorexia involves restricting food intake and excessive exercise, whereas bulimia involves binge eating and 'purging'.
Those with anorexia are underweight but those with bulimia are not.
Permanent colon damage
The use of a laxative as an attempt to control weight.
A night-eating syndrome where a person gains weight due to eating significant portions food at night.
Restricted airflow, or brief cessations of breathing during sleep.
An eating disorder that commonly presents in pregnant women and people with developmental disabilities. It involves eating or mouthing non-food items such as clay, coal, feces, etc.
The sudden loss of muscle control seen as someone enters REM without warning in narcolepsy. It can result in slurred speech, or even sudden collapse when more serious.
Sleep terrors occur in REM sleep, Nightmares occur in non-REM sleep.
Sleep terrors occur in non-REM sleep, nightmares occur in REM sleep.
Somnambulism (sleep-walking) occurs in non-REM sleep, nocturnal eating occurs in REM sleep.
Both B and C.
Both A and C.