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Alzheimer's drug could cure people of binge eating addiction - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukBinge eating affects an estimated 400,000 people in the UK and is characterised by periods of excessive uncontrolled consumption of food, followed by uncomfortable fullness and feelings of self-disgust. The drug memantine, a treatment for moderate to …Alzheimer’s drug may reduce addictive and impulsive behavior associated with …News-Medical.netAlzheimer’s …read more

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Alzheimer's drug may reduce addictive and impulsive behavior associated with ... - News-Medical.net

News-Medical.netThe Alzheimer’s drug memantine may perform double-duty helping binge eaters control their compulsion. Researchers have demonstrated that memantine, a neuroprotective drug, may reduce the addictive and impulsive behavior associated with binge eating …Alzheimer’s Drug May Help Reduce Symptoms Associated With Binge EatingScience World ReportAlzheimer’s drug may control binge-eating …read more

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Alzheimer's drug may control binge-eating behavior - Zee News

Alzheimer’s drug may control binge-eating behaviorZee NewsPietro Cottone, PhD, an associate professor of pharmacology and psychiatry at BUSM and co-director of the Laboratory of Addictive Disorders, said that they found that memantine, which blocked glutamate NMDA receptors, blocked binge eating of junk food, … …read more

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Alzheimer's Drug May Help Reduce Symptoms Associated With Binge Eating - Science World Report

Science World Report“We found that memantine, which blocks glutamate NMDA receptors, blocks binge eating of junk food, blocks the strength of cues associated with junk food and blocks the compulsivity associated with binge eating,” said lead study author Pietro Cottone …Dementia Drug Could Treat Eating DisordersCounsel & HealStudy …read more

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Dementia Drug Could Treat Eating Disorders - Counsel & Heal

Counsel & HealResearchers recently discovered that a neuroprotective drug called memantine significantly reduced addictive and impulsive behavior associated with binge eating, a condition characterized by periods of excessive uncontrolled eating, which is often …Study finds Alzheimer’s drug may reduce the urge to binge eatMedical XpressAlzheimer’s Drug May Reduce …read more

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Alzheimer's Drug May Reduce The Urge To Binge Eat - University Herald

University Herald“We found that memantine, which blocks glutamate NMDA receptors, blocks binge eating of junk food, blocks the strength of cues associated with junk food and blocks the compulsivity associated with binge eating,” senior author Pietro Cottone said in a … …read more

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Study finds Alzheimer's drug may reduce the urge to binge eat - Medical Xpress

Medical XpressThe Alzheimer’s drug memantine may perform double-duty helping binge eaters control their compulsion. Researchers have demonstrated that memantine, a neuroprotective drug, may reduce the addictive and impulsive behavior associated with binge eating …Alzheimer’s Drug May Reduce The Urge To Binge EatUniversity Herald all 3 news articles …read more

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Study finds Alzheimer's drug may reduce the urge to binge eat - EurekAlert (press release)

Study finds Alzheimer’s drug may reduce the urge to binge eatEurekAlert (press release)Binge-eating disorder is a prevalent illness in America, affecting more than 10 million people. It is characterized by periods of excessive uncontrolled consumption of food, followed by uncomfortable fullness and feelings of self-disgust. New evidence … …read more

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Communities That Care | More children exhibit eating disorders - Centre Daily Times

Centre Daily TimesThey are intensely fearful of gaining weight. One to 2 percent of adolescents and young adults are anorexic. Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by cycles of binge eating large amounts of food and then purging the food, usually by …Women using energy drinks to lose …read more

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Highlights of Changes from DSM-IV to DSM-5: Feeding and Eating Disorders - Focus (subscription)

Highlights of Changes from DSM-IV to DSM-5: Feeding and Eating DisordersFocus (subscription)Among the most substantial changes are recognition of binge eating disorder; revisions to the diagnostic criteria for anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa; and the inclusion of pica, rumination, and avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder. DSM-IV … …read more

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