Definition of the NANDA label
Nutritional imbalance due to excess is the state in which the individual consumes an amount of food that exceeds their metabolic demands.
- Weight 10 to 20% higher than the ideal weight according to height and physical complexion.
- Cutaneous fold at the level of the triceps greater than 15mm in men or greater than 25 mm in women.
- Sedentary activity.
- Reference or observation of an inappropriate feeding pattern:
- Food intake while doing other activities.
- Concentration of intake at the end of the day.
- Eating in response to external factors, such as time of day or social situation.
- Eating in response to internal factors other than appetite, such as anxiety.
- Lack of physical exercise.
- Decrease in physical activity.
- Imbalance between physical activity and caloric intake.
- Ingestion in response to stress or emotional conflict.
- Inadequate eating pattern.
- Decreased metabolic needs.
- Lack of knowledge about nutritional needs.
- Treatment with appetite stimulating drugs.
- Negative body image.
- Lack of support for weight loss in the social environment.
- Loss of self-control.
- Decreased self-esteem.
- Feelings of anxiety, guilt, boredom, depression, etc.
- Weight control.
- Nutritional status: nutrient intake.
- Nutritional status.
- Helps to lose weight.
- Management of eating disorders.
- Behavior modification.
- Nutrition management.
- Nutritional monitoring.
Other NANDA diagnoses:
00208 Readiness for enhanced childbearing process
00108 Bathing self-care deficit
00206 Risk for bleeding
00117 Readiness for enhanced organized infant behavior
00083 Decisional conflict
00137 Chronic sorrow
00076 Readiness for enhanced community coping
00109 Dressing self-care deficit
00111 Delayed growth and development
00123 Unilateral neglect