In this sobering but ultimately hopeful documentary, NOVA examines a disturbing increase in the prevalence of eating disorders, particularly anorexia and bulimia. Those events have to sort of occur in the context of an already existing vulnerability.

I'm so proud of you. And it works. Thin film has a thickness in the order of 0.1 micrometer or smaller, while thick film is around thousands time thicker. It seems to be a general disturbance in feeling satisfied with a meal the way that you and I would feel just stuffed and maybe stop eating. Feeling alone and abandoned, she became obsessed with her appearance. I felt like I'd be loved more. I remember getting ready for my first day of Junior High. Thin (often styled as THIN) is a 2006 cinéma vérité documentary film directed by Lauren Greenfield and distributed by HBO.It was filmed at The Renfrew Center of Florida in Coconut Creek, a 40-bed residential facility for the treatment of women with eating disorders.The film follows four women with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and other eating disorders in their struggle for recovery. NARRATOR: At age 21, Eleena Melamed has also paid a heavy emotional price. And I did. And when I got to school it was just...they were just horrible to me, telling me I was fat. She ate enormous amounts of food and purged up to 20 times in a single day. JANET GUSS: There's something disturbed about their satiety or satisfaction as it relates to food. Overweight Kate." NARRATOR: But as patients gain weight, medications like Prozac appear to help them avoid a relapse. And yet everybody seems to say around this table that the pressure is pretty intense right now. It has the highest death rate of any psychiatric illness. And that's a major thing. It may be something as simple as you not understanding what to eat. Thin 2006 Documentary Base On The True Story Movie - YouTube

So that actually was pretty much what I got from it, you know? And of course underneath that is...what's the basic message? She was in search of a life where starvation was not the price of success. That's a crock.

NARRATOR: Prolonged starvation can cause a number of medical conditions, including dangerously low blood pressure, severe osteoporosis, damage to the kidneys and liver, and ultimately, heart failure. My plan worked, sadly and unfortunately. If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices. Edit: The way Polly leaves. You know, I would never believed it if somebody had told me that. Strenuous exercise can lead to another form of anorexia. "Self-disciplined" is what...is how a lot of people describe me. I see the common theme in all this is that women are using the appetite as a voice. NARRATOR: A former dancer herself, Dr. Linda Hamilton understands the extremes to which a dancer will go. Erika Goodman made that decision many years ago and now, at age 54, she lives with the consequences—a lifelong struggle with anorexia and severe osteoporosis. MEGAN: I just thought that I could live the rest of my life not eating and it was like a power thing. But from a clinician's perspective it was very rarely talked about. That's glory. You know you need to lose weight.". That's power. I'm young. Now a plus-size icon, Kate Dillon started out as a skinny model. And there are so many things I want to do. They didn't want to be thin because it was sexy. Like twenty pounds? They don't have anorexia or bulimia, but they have some variant of eating disorders. And we have become so used to seeing extremely thin women that we have learned to think that this is what is beautiful. The u/Thin_Film8059 community on Reddit. And I remember thinking, "I don't have to do this. A former Joffrey Ballet dancer, she is no stranger to extreme dieting practices. Nearly 50 percent of patients will relapse within the first year. I was the happiest I had ever been in my life. Anorexia and bulimia are rare among men, but increasing. I've tried backing away and not having anything to do with her.

It works. Oh no oh fuck. They have too much serotonin. And if I was the biggest dork in the world, well then that was going to have to be okay. Like I remember thinking, "From where? I just think she's going to die, and she doesn't believe me. NARRATOR: When Jennifer's heart rate plummeted after working out, she was admitted to the eating disorders unit at Methodist Hospital in Minnesota. This program has taught me that and given me the nutrients and things to start thinking clearer. NARRATOR: Kate became not just thin, but anorexic. And they look at me in amazement like, "Come on...this is working!". KATEY TRACEY: If they want thin, I will give them thin. Chcesz pograć? Cloudflare Ray ID: 5f07b5a0fc100853 NARRATOR: To understand more about bingeing, Dr. Walsh and his colleagues designed an experiment. At age 17, she was invited to join the prestigious American Ballet Theatre in New York, by artistic director, Kevin McKenzie. The u/Thin-Film4529 community on Reddit.

I was not being ignored anymore. They wanted to be thin because it meant that they were spiritual. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. NARRATOR: The mystique of thin began with the arrival of the British model Twiggy, in the late 1960s. She thinks she's fat. DR. WALTER KAYE: This may explain the vicious cycle that people with anorexia get in. Katey Tracey lost her period for nearly a year when she had anorexia. Poniższe tłumaczenia pochodzą z zewnętrznych źródeł i mogą być niedokładne. And everybody is sort of drunk with that.

NARRATOR: Anne's life became consumed with hiding her bulimia and fighting depression, which frequently accompanies this illness.

RUTH STREIGEL-MOORE: The diet industry is a very, very big industry. NARRATOR: In addition to medication, most people with bulimia benefit from psychotherapy. Announcer: During the following program look for NOVA's Web markers which lead you to more information at our Web site. Oznacza to, że możesz szukać słów w obu językach jednocześnie. I think that's what keeps a lot of these people in this anorexic mode. I first saw this when it was released on HBO. NARRATOR: At Cornell university, Dr. Joan Brumberg is conducting a seminar on the history of female adolescence in America. You ready for it? And I just look so weak. If the thickness of the film is on the order of the wavelength of light, then colorful patterns can be obtained, as shown in the image on the right. NARRATOR: The dance world was stunned when a member of the Boston Ballet, Heidi Guenther, died at age 22 when her heart gave out. I was just so ashamed of my body. NARRATOR: Anne is participating in a study to see if her treatment has had any impact on her stomach's ability to handle food more normally. Additional funding is provided by the NOVA Science Trust. But her struggles with weight would continue.

So they can never really escape from it. PBS Airdate: December 12, 2000. You have helped me so much even though I sometimes got pissed off. I saw a Karen Carpenter movie. ANNE CHAVARRO: I actually had like, a banana nut muffin, and that was like taboo for at least two years. Some women will overeat quite explicitly as a way of making themselves less attractive. Certainly during her lifetime she engaged in food refusal and a number of other penitential acts. DR. WALSH: There is ample evidence that the lower the weight, the greater the risk of death and the greater the risk of medical complications. If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.