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เพื่อเป็นเกียรติแก่สัปดาห์ความตระหนักเรื่องความผิดปกติของการกินแห่งชาติ แผนกเวชศาสตร์วัยรุ่นและจิตเวชเด็กและวัยรุ่นที่สแตนฟอร์ดได้จัดงานบรรยายประจำปีในชุมชนสำหรับครอบครัว แพทย์ ครู และผู้ปฏิบัติงานอื่นๆ ที่ดูแลผู้ที่มีความผิดปกติในการกิน Dr. Jim Lock, Cynthia Kapphahn, Kim Rosania และ Jennifer Derenne กล่าวถึงการหลีกเลี่ยงอาหารที่มีข้อจำกัดในการรับประทานอาหารผิดปกติ (ARFID) เรียนรู้เพิ่มเติมได้ที่: .

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Avoidant Restrictrive Food Intake Disorder: What it is and what we can do to help
Avoidant Restrictrive Food Intake Disorder: What it is and what we can do to help

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  1. Sarah Sheets says:

    I have a case that might interest you and help me get my kids help. Genetically my grandma maternal side anorexia aunt anorexia died age 27 heart attack 1984 now my daughters 18 yo binge purge and way too low body weight on slow release potassium 6 year old daughter 3 blood sugar crashes fast seizures ambulance Canyon get blood draw before giving glucose I have a injection now but it stays ok we can see if its getting low she is now only eating chips she's never tried meat veggies fruit Drs won't listen to me as had trouble nursing I pumped n fed for three months she finally latched . She's tiny. She tastes something new and will actually throw up. I'm overwhelmed its just me I'm accommodatiing to it. I'm trying to get older child to go to Roberts only place takes Texas insurance. Both high anxiety I believe six yo might have autism low on scale but some movements are unusual. I need help plus it might be helpful to others might learn from this case…

  2. Sara Veety says:

    This does not seem like a typical ARFID case. From what I read a majority of people with ARFID would rather starve than eat whatever it is you are trying to force them to eat. What they are describing sounds very traumatic for the child.

  3. Michel Brouillette says:

    I don't know if I have it. I've been severely underweight all my life, and at 18, food is very uninteresting to me. I eat around 1100 calories a day, and am not hungry and don't have interest in eating more. Eating sounds like a chore.

  4. James Pollock says:

    No one any where talks about child abuse causing arfids Im 49 just got diagnosed I've had fibromyalgia since my teens I have oteomalacia my bones are week & I've lost most of the cartlidge in my knees and shoulders an lost most of my teeth eating problems started when I first out of home I was only 14 I also have incontinence of bladder when sleeping all my life. I only eat potato chips peanut butter smooth only .I only drink milk chocolate milk coffee milk. plain cookies that's all I've eaten since 14 years old

  5. Ali Zohair says:

    Does Long Term ARFID Conditions Cause Dissociation/DPDR Like Symptoms?
    I am suffering from ARFID since 2 years now my symptoms are changing to DPDR like condition..

  6. Jie Zhu says:

    I hate meat for as long as i can remember. And i hate tomato scrambled egg. I don't drink milk, i don't eat watermelon, any dishes with vinegar or instant noodles. Ppl around me often force me to eat meat but i hate it so much. I always avoid the raw meat area of supermarket, i would gagging when i smell, see or touch meat

  7. TERRY Glisson says:

    I am a 58 year old male and I think I have ARFID but one of my symptoms doesn't match up. I hear about people being malnourished but I am just the opposite I am actually morbidly obease. I am 5'10" tall and I weigh 330 pounds. I eat a very limited number of foods but the proplem is they are almost all foods that you should not eat to loose weight. My question before moving forward with trying to get treatment is to find out if my situation would still fall under the umbrella of selective eating. I live in America so getting treatment in another country will be a major investment for me and I live on disability so my money is limited. So if I could get an answer to this it would be very helpful. I have actually made a list of everything I eat and drink and there are about 50 items on that list.

  8. platypusnoiz93 says:

    Thank you for posting this. I'm 27 and am pretty sure I have the sensory type. I've never liked milk because of the smell and something about the taste just makes me feel like there's a lump in my throat and I can't swallow it. Something about the consistency of sauce stresses me out. Vegetables always end up either being too hard that I feel like I can't eat it or too soft that it falls into my mental "sauce" category. I want to eat more things, but when I try to eat it, I just get overwhelmed.

  9. Joan McGuinness says:

    using pressure to force a child to eat is borderline abuse. I was this child and i had this happen me, i didn't give in, ever and being told to eat things i knew i didn't like was extremely stressful. I am now a healthy adult that still has a lot of foods i won't eat but i do try things, which only started AFTER people stopped trying to force shit on me.

  10. Avery Brown says:

    I wish there was more information about ARFID in adults. Everything I look up seems to be aimed at children and it’s kind of frustrating. This is a good talk though.

  11. Elena Ochian says:

    I tried the techniques described for my son. He is 9 now and we have had this issue for probably 7-8 years…nothing works despite the fact that we eat very healthy, family meals. I explained to him that this is a disease, he described it like his mind is playing tricks on him (he listened to some of this video) and the fact that if we don’t succed he will need to go to treatment. I tried the technique that they described with Allison – identified one food, ours was beets, gave him a slice and stayed by him saying to take a bite…and being supportive and explaining him that gagging sensation etc. was all his mind and the disease, and encouraging them we can beat the disease and we won’t have to go to a hospital. This is our first night and I hope it continues this way,…he was happy in the end saying that he likes it. He has not had another vegetable besides tomatoes in probably 6-7 years…I am so encouraged to keep going and he felt victorious as well.

  12. Nhlanhla Ntabanyana says:

    I don't have time to see a specialist with my busy work/school life so any advice on how to address my lack of interest in food would be very much appreciated🙏🏽

  13. Nhlanhla Ntabanyana says:

    I'd say this disorder started during my high school depression phase, I got through the melancholy and insomnia but my eating habits were never the same again😕

  14. Nhlanhla Ntabanyana says:

    So I unconsciously started avoiding food till the day I fainted in front of my family and that's when I realized that I had a problem with eating😅

  15. hebneh says:

    I have this, and I'm 66 years old and have done fine in life. Fortunately, my situation was not so severe that I was ever malnourished, but it's often been socially difficult. I long since became open about it and will tell people there are things I can't eat, nor will I get pushed into "trying" something, or gong to a restaurant that serves food I know I can't deal with.

  16. AlmostFiction says:

    I’m not sure if I have this, but I feel like it’s a possibility. I wake up sick to my stomach everyday, abdominal pain, constipation & this may be due to this cycle affecting my body & causing me to actually feel sick.
    I notice that I try my best to eat, but I struggle. It’s not due to wanting to be “skinny” or anything.
    My family gets so frustrated with me & tries to force me to eat but I physically cannot do it. I am trying and I often times force myself to eat in front of family to avoid the scrutiny, or not be blamed because I “don’t take care of myself.”
    I avoid a lot of food, I know what I can eat and what makes me feel sick. I eat very lightly & if even the slightest thing is different about a dish, I avoid it completely. I never realized I do this until watching this..

    For example. I don’t like my food to touch, I don’t like to try new things, I only eat certain bread (only white) & certain things at fast food places.

    I fear that I will get tired of eating the same things and I don’t want that to happen. I drink Ensure to try to maintain my nutrients because it goes down easy.

    As a child, my father kept us on a strict diet. No colored cereal, only water and milk, and homemade meals. No candy. Maybe this started the problem?
    When I grew older, I wanted soda and junk food. I ate like that for a couple years and now I notice that I avoid food like chicken breast, which is a usual homemade meal. I’m not sure what to do about this..

  17. Adore You says:

    I’ve had times I’ve broken down crying on the kitchen floor because I’m so hungry but even my favourites make me want to puke. It’s gotten extremely badly lately.. I’ve lost 15kg in the last two months.. the only way I’ve been eating is by blending food and chugging it. Living with this disorder is miserable.

  18. NEWT A5 says:

    I think I may have a light version of the sensory sensitivities. For as long as I can remember, the textures of some foods have been SO appaling to me. Just looking at the texture of (especially strawberries) fruit makes me feel sick and I dont eat it which always lands me exessive criticism because people dont understand. I know it's not healthy, I feel bad enough. I get so uncomfortable when people ask me about foods I dont eat. It's been so embarassing, shameful and stressful all my life in social situations. I decided to make a change because I was eating basically only processed carbs (pasta, rice, potatoes) and I knew I had to change, but it's been hard! F.ex. I tried getting over the texture of broccolli heads (and I had to kinda prepare for putting it in my mouth for a while beforehand) recently (the first time I've been able to try a really big issue food) and it wasnt that bad, I forced myself through a small portion. But only a few hours after I started thinking of the texture on my tongue and became really disgusted with having that in my belly. I still hate thinking about the fact that I ate it and havent had it since.

  19. Beth Haynes says:

    Have you studied the taste buds to see if there is a difference. There is something called Supertasters, which matches ARFID exactly. They have more tastebuds and can't stand bitter tastes and alcohol is rarely enjoyed.

  20. ragtimedan says:

    When I was 19, I foolishly trained myself to lose interest in food for reasons of convenience, not realizing how much I was hurting myself psychologically and physiologically. Now I am 26, and I believe that I could be diagnosed with ARFID. Because I caused this issue in the first place, I believe I may be able to reverse it. I have made tremendous progress and feel like I'm on the verge of normal again, with only some disappointing speed-bumps here and there. I know it can be hard working through it when nobody understands you or can relate to you, and so I am here for support if anybody wants to talk.

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