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Eating Disorders on Your Sidelines: Part 1️⃣
I recently had the opportunity to attend a panel discussion of the prevalence of eating disorders in Athletics. It was truly an eye-opening experience for me. The panel included athletes of the highest level, a sports psychologist and a dietician. The athletes revealed their unique stories and struggles with the disease while the clinicians shared their clinical perspectives and weighed in on their situations.
After this experience, it is clear to me that we are fooling ourselves in thinking that this is a disease that discriminates. Eating disorders are found in all demographics and arenas making it vital that we identify and provide help to those we see struggling.
In high school, college, and pro sports, it is the training staff that can save our athletes from falling into the peril of eating disorders. The reason being, as strength coaches, athletic trainers and physical therapists, we are the only professionals who are allowed contact with athletes year-round. With that being said, missing an at-risk athlete is unacceptable.
With permission, I’ve included an infographic outlining warning signs to look for in your athletes. Take a close look and understand that even one sign is enough to start asking questions.
1️⃣Shift in mood or frequent irritability
2️⃣Decrease in physical or psychological performance or inability to concentrate during performance
3️⃣Conflict with teammates or coaches
4️⃣Changes in weight or body shape
5️⃣Amenorrhea or missed menses
7️⃣Changes in behavior around teammates and coaches or peer reports of concern
8️⃣Obsessing about training details or feeling distressed when training routine is interrupted
9️⃣Training when injured or more than the prescribed routine
🆕Tips for Coaches coming in Part 2! Full post found online! LINK IN BIO
Information shared from eatingdisorder.care @eatingdisordercare