Bulimia nervosa has a multifactorial etiology and affects both males and females, though it is skewed toward female adolescents. The disorders is binge eating and inappropriate compensatory behavior, thus has dangerous sequelae. The growing awareness about the growing incidence and the prevalence of bulimia nervosa (BN) during adolescence or young adulthood is a key trend. There is an unmet need for potentially effective therapies for managing or treating BN, which has propelled the prospects in the bulimia nervosa treatment market.
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Advances in Multidisciplinary Team Approaches to Benefit Patient Populations
The growing popularity of cognitive-behavioural therapies in intervention tool has shaped the rapid evolution of the bulimia nervosa treatment market. New approaches for treatment approaches for adolescents with anorexia nervosa (AN) have bolstered the landscape. The diagnostic fluidity characterizing the disorders is a key aspect for the expansion of the bulimia nervosa treatment market. This has come to the notice of clinicians while correctly evaluating the incidence of the disorder. On the other hand, there exist substantial challenges for clinicians in diagnosing full-threshold EDs in adolescents due to the underlying shame and secrecy in younger populations.
A growing number of population-based studies is expected to expand the avenue in the bulimia nervosa treatment market. Use of advanced diagnostic algorithms has engendered researchers to assess the occurrence of EDs in adolescents. Advances in multidisciplinary team approaches toward treatment of adolescent BN and its purging and nonpurging compensatory behaviors. In the drive toward testing innovative approaches, market stakeholders find cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) as a promising one. Psychopharmacological treatment approaches are paving the way to new avenues in the bulimia nervosa treatment market. In recent years, the market has benefitted from the increasing trend of inclusion of caregivers in developing new treatment approaches. Thus, family-based approaches are likely to transform the treatment landscape in BN treatment in adolescents.
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