Disordered eating behaviors and sleep disturbances.

  title={Disordered eating behaviors and sleep disturbances.},
  author={Sandra Carvalho Bos and Maria Jo{\~a}o Soares and Mariana Marques and Berta Rodrigues Maia and Ana Telma Pereira and Vasco Nogueira and Jos{\'e} Valente and Ant{\'o}nio Macedo},
  journal={Eating behaviors},
  volume={14 2},
Sleep Disturbances, Body Mass Index, and Eating Behavior
Self-reported eating disorders and sleep disturbances in young adults: a prospective cohort study
Eating disorders in young adulthood predict sleep disturbances at 7-year follow-up, and the associations between eating behaviors and sleep disturbances were attenuated.
Sleep Quality and Eating Disorder-Related Psychopathologies in Patients with Night Eating Syndrome and Binge Eating Disorders
Results lend weight to the supposition that NES lies on a continuum of ED psychopathologies, and that NES-NI-only appears to be a separate entity from NES+BE and BE-only in terms of its psychopathology.
Mediating Role of Problematic Phone Use and Impulsivity in the Relationship between Sleep Quality and Eating Disorders
Sleep disturbance and impulsivity were associated with binge-eating disorder directly directly, while the PMPU did not mediate any association between sleep disturbances and eating disorders.
Eating disorder risk, sleep status, and anthropometric indices among teenage female students
The high prevalence of ED risk was found among school students in this study and a statistically significant relationship was found between sleep quality score and ED risk.
Sleep and Eating Disorders
Cognitive behavior therapy for insomnia may be a helpful addition to treatment of those with both eating disorder and insomnia, and studies that include objectively measured sleep and metabolic parameters combined with psychiatric comorbidity data would help identify under what circumstances eating disorders and sleep disturbance produce an additive effect for symptom severity.
Sleep Problems and Disorders Associations With Eating Behavior and Obesity
Perfectionism and disordered eating in overweight woman.
The Interplay Between Eating and Sleeping Behavior in Adolescence: Normative and Disordered Trajectories
The present chapter deals with the relation between eating and sleeping patterns among adolescents. The first part describes both normative and pathological changes in eating and sleeping behavior.


Sleep disturbances, body mass index and eating behaviour in undergraduate students
An association between eating behaviour and sleep disturbances in both genders is supported, which may have treatment implications, and BMI was correlated negatively with sleep difficulties, but regression analyses indicated that it was not associated significantly with them.
Perfectionism and eating attitudes in Portuguese students: a longitudinal study.
SOP and SPP were prospectively associated with abnormal eating attitudes/behaviours and SOP was found to be predictive of diet concerns and overall eating disturbance and contribute to a more clear understanding of the association between perfectionism and eating disorders.
Sleep problems and eating disorder symptoms among young females
Eating disorder-related symptoms among young females seem to be associated with difficulties to maintain sleep and feeling insufficiently rested by sleep, which are specific sleep problems associated with eating disorder- related symptoms.
Sleep in eating disorders.
Night eating syndrome and nocturnal snacking: association with obesity, binge eating and psychological distress
Night eating syndrome was positively associated with BMI, BE and male gender and individuals with co-morbid NES and BE reported similarly elevated psychological distress as other binge eaters.
Longitudinal study on perfectionism and sleep disturbance
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SPP was found to be the most reliable predictor of sleep disturbances over time, which constitutes a new important finding.
A review of nighttime eating disorders.
Risk factors for the onset of eating disorders in adolescent girls: results of the McKnight longitudinal risk factor study.
Thin body preoccupation and social pressure are important risk factors for the development of eating disorders in adolescents and efforts to reduce peer, cultural, and other sources of thin bodyPreoccupation may be necessary to prevent eating disorders.
Proposed diagnostic criteria for night eating syndrome.
Criteria for diagnosis of the night eating syndrome is an abnormally increased food intake in the evening and nighttime, manifested by consumption of at least 25% of intake after the evening meal, and/or nocturnal awakenings with ingestions at least twice per week.