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How To Build Muscle After Eating Disorder

Best Home Workout For Men To Build Muscle Do This Anywhere To Get Jacked

Hey, what's going on guysé Troy here withWeightGainNetwork . I've got an awesome, fullbody, athome workout that you can doanywhere and all you need is a pullup bar. Now I know what you guys are thinking no,I do not live at the beach. I'm just at the beach, enjoying a beautiful day and obviouslyyou guys are going to see this workout, you can see that you can do it absolutely anywhere.So I thought it'd be cool to show you guys this cool, little pullup bar section we haveon Manhattan Beach, California and all you really need to do this entire workout is oneof those doorwide pullup bars. This is the onetwoblast. Almost every singlemuscle group in your entire body I'm going

to show you all the exercises in a row, butideally what you want to do is three sets of everything and you guys will be completelyfatigued. This is an incredible musclebuilding routine, so let me go right into it. So first up, I'm going to do these UnderhandClose Grip PullUps and what this is going to do is this is going to work our lats, ourbiceps, and also our upper and midback. Keep it slow and controlled. And that's how that looks. Now we're goingto go right into Diamond PushUps, so we're going to put our hands like this, we're goingto be working upper chest and our triceps.

And that's how that looks. Now we're goingright into Wide Grip Pullups one of the most challenging back exercises that's goingto hit our lats, hit our back as well our biceps. So I'm just going to put my handsabout as wide as I go. And that's how the wide grip pullups look.Now next, we are going to do what I call Maximum Time Under Tension PushUps. So what you'regoing to do is you're going to do a bunch of pushups in a row to complete muscle failure,and you want to keep the muscle under tension the entire time. So here's how it looks. So never do this keep it under tension theentire time like I'm doing right now.

And you guys get the idea. So that is goingto blast your entire chest. You're going to feel it in your arms everywhere. Next up,we got one of my favorite beach body exercises, and this is going to hit your biceps, alsoreally hit your abs. So what you're going to do is you're going to go on an underhandgrip, hold this position here, and you're going to bring your knees to your elbows. And that's how that looks. Last but not least, got to get our lower bodyinvolved, so we're going to do a good, oldfashioned wall sit. This is one of the most challenginglower body exercises that almost nobody does.

So what you're going to do here get downto about 90 degrees, and you're just going to hold this position. You're going to feelit in your hip flexors, your thighs, your hamstrings you're going to feel it all over. You got to control your breathing. And that's how that looks. That is a complete,fullbody, athome workout or atthebeach workout that you guys can do anywhere withjust a pullup bar.

Eating Disorders Anorexia Nervosa Bulimia Binge Eating Disorder

Eating Disorders are a collection of psychiatricconditions that involve abnormal eating habits associated with physical andor psychologicalproblems. There are many causes of abnormal eating habits,but if the situation is better explained by another medical problem it is not classifiedas an eating disorder. For example, a depressed patient who losestheir appetite has an abnormal level of food intake, but does not have an eating disorder.Our discussion will focus on Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa which have many similarities.In both cases patients are preoccupied with food, their physical appearance and how muchthey weigh.

They may have low selfesteem due to theirdistorted self image. These disorders are significantly more commonin young females. The treatment for both disorders primarilyfocuses on SSRI antidepressants and various types of therapy.There is a significant amount of overlap between the presentation of Bulimia and Anorexia Nervosa.They key distinguishing factor is the patient's body mass index (BMI), which is very low inAnorexia Nervosa and normal to mildly elevated in Bulimia Nervosa.Despite popular belief, you cannot use the presence of purging activities alone to distinguishthe 2 disorders.

Patients with AN can use things like laxativesand intentional vomiting just like Bulimia. Bulimia Nervosa Periods of overeating (AKAbinging) followed by compensatory activities (AKA purging)Patients feel as if they lose control during periods of binge eating.BMI is within normal ranges or slightly high (gt;20).Although this warning is debated by some, current guidelines suggest not using Bupropion(antidepressant) in Bulimic patients as they may have an increased risk for seizures asa side effect. Binge Eating Disorder was recently added theDSM so it is unlikely to show up on Step 1.

It has similar binging behavior to Bulimia,but there is no purging and the patients don't necessarily have body image issues.Those that vomit may have alkalosis (due to loss of stomach acid), enlarged parotid glands,losses of enamel on teeth, or esophageal pathology. Those that use laxatives frequently may haveacidosis due to the loss of bicarb. These activities can be present in anorexianervosa too Anorexia Nervosa = eating very little andorexcessive exercise as a result of a distorted body image.These patients may feel like they are overweight even if they are very thin.They have low BMIs (lt;17) and significant weight

loss.Severe cases require ization to correct starvation and the metabolic consequences.When a female's body fat percentage gets very low the pulsatile release of GnRH fromthe hypothalamus stops and causes Amenorrhea which of course is the absence of a menstrualperiod. It's like the endocrine system is saying“I can't have a baby right now. I'm not even getting enough food for just me rightnow.� Chronic Anorexia Nervosa can lead to osteoporosisdue to the low levels of estrogen. Can look similar to hypothyroidism with fatigueand changes to skinhair, but the key difference

is hypothyroidism has weight gain.The term anorexia is used often in Step 1 to describe weight loss and a lack of appetite,but that is different than anorexia nervosa which is sometimes abbreviated as anorexia.Anorexia can be used to explain a symptom of any diseaseillness or a side effect ofa treatment. It is not psychological in origin.In fact patients with Anorexia Nervosa do not have Anorexia, because they usually stillhave an appetite and feel hungry. The presence of an appetite can be used todifferentiate Anorexia Nervosa from things like depression.

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