Binge eating disorder is a condition of compulsive eating of huge amounts of food while feeling out of control and powerless to stop. It is the common eating disorder in the United States affecting 3.5% of females and 2% of males.
Yoga, the ancient technique practice for harmonized external and internal body well being, through breath control, meditation, bodily movement, and gesture..... has been well known for people in the Western world and some parts in Asia due to health benefits reported by various respectable institutes and supported by health advocates.
In the study to evaluate the impact of a primary prevention program for eating disorders aimed at fifth-grade females, based on empirically validated risk and protective factors and incorporated interactive discourse, yoga, and relaxation into 10 weekly sessions, researchers found that participating in the yoga combined with another program showed a significant decrease on scales measuring body dissatisfaction and drive for thinness, as well as media influence without mentioning the results of above programmed intervention.
Other, in the review literature published on PubMed, PsychInfo, Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature, Cochrane Library, Physiotherapy Evidence Database, the Dutch Journal of Psychiatry (Tijdschrift voor Psychiatrie), Tijdschrift voor Vaktherapie and Actual Themata derived from psychomotor therapy between the period January 1994 to August 2011. 8 studies met the inclusion and exclusion criteria showed that
1. Yoga group displayad a significant weigh loss after completion
2. yoga group expressed a fewer depressive symptoms and improved bing eating disorder
Dr. Vancampfort D, the led author said, "Activities involving movement and physical exercise deserve to play an important role in the multidisciplinary treatment of binge eating disorders."
The expression of weight loss in yoga participant more or less may have a profound effect on body dissatisfaction
More importantly, in the evaluated attitudes about body image and eating in women practicing postural yoga, researchers showed that
1. Yoga group displayed higher scores on all measures including significant correlations questionnaires on variables related to body awareness, intuitive eating, spirituality, and reasons for practicing
2. Yoga group expressed an improvement in body satisfaction and disordered eating
Taking together, yoga lessons may be used as an integrated form of exercise in improvement of view of body dissatisfaction as well as treatment of the eating disorder
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(1) Group prevention of eating disorders with fifth-grade females: impact on body dissatisfaction, drive for thinness, and media influence by Scime M1, Cook-Cottone C, Kane L, Watson T.(PubMed)
(2) [The importance of movement-directed interventions in the multidisciplinary treatment of binge eating disorder: an overview].[Article in Dutch] by Vancampfort D1, Vanderlinden J, Pieters G, De Herdt A, Schueremans A, Adriaens A, Van Der Borght W, De Hert M, Probst M.(PubMed)
(3). Body awareness, eating attitudes, and spiritual beliefs of women practicing yoga by Dittmann KA1, Freedman MR.(PubMed)