Heavy Eating Disorders

 Eating disorders are very common these days.
According to the website I found, Adolescence Issue: Eating Disorders, an eating disorder is a severe disturbance in eating behavior, as well as unhealthy efforts to control body weight and abnormal attitudes about one”s body and shape. The most commonly known eating disorders are Bulimia Nervosa and Anorexia Nervosa. What does it mean to be Bulimic or Anorexic? According to the website Vital Information, Bulimic means you basically never stop eating. You just keep going and going. One quote I found on the same web page is “ox-like hunger of nervous origin.” .This rapid consumption of large amounts of food sometimes leads to vomiting or purging. Those that are bulimic usually have twenty percent more body fat than those that are not bulimic. The symptoms for Bulimia start at any age from early adolescence to forty years of age. This becomes very serious in the late adolescence. Anorexia usually appears in early or middle adolescence. This happens when a person begins to starve themselves and exercises compulsively. The weight of the person drops and their bodies become unhealthy. The person will keep denying how thin they have become. Despite their refusal to eat, their appetite is usually normal, at least at first. Their reasons for rejecting food are a mystery that researchers are still trying to solve. People with this disorder will never become satisfied with their looks. Which is worse, Bulimia or Anorexia? According to the Harvard Mental Health website, Bulimia is not as dangerous to your health as Anorexia. Although it is not as dangerous, it still has physical effects including weakness, constipation, fluid retention, swollen salivary glands, sore throat from vomiting, and scars on the hand from inducing .vomiting. According to a researcher, those that suffer Anorexia are less stable emotionally and more likely to commit suicide.

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