Facts about eating disorder:


An eating disorder is a compulsion in which the main problem is a person eats in a way which disturbs their physical health. The eating may be too excessive (compulsive over-eating), too limited (restricting), may include normal eating punctuated with episodes of purging, may include cycles of binging and purging, or may encompass the ingesting of non-foods. The best-known eating disorders are Anorexia nervosa. It occurs due to headache, obesity and migraine. We should eat properly to avoid these things. The person should maintain his health and eat his food at time. There are seven types of diseases occurred due to eating disorders:

1. Anorexia nervosa
2. Beriberi
3. binge eating disorder
4. hyperphagia
5. rumination
6. obesity
7. pica

Over 50% of the sufferers of an eating disorder also have a comorbid diagnosis of severe mental depression. We should be precautious about food and health specially. We should not neglect food. Proper eating should be there for good health. People with this disorder believe they are overweight, even when their bodies become grotesquely distorted by malnourishment. These disorders generally afflict women-particularly in adolescence and young adulthood-and are much less common among men.

Recognizing of Eating disorders:
Because of so many people with eating disorders keep them a secret, their conditions can go unnoticed for long periods of time, even years. With anorexia, signs such as extreme weight loss are easier to see. But the bulimics who can stay at their normal body weight may be better able to hide their illness. Family members and friends may notice some of the warning signs of an eating disorder.
A person with anorexia may:
1) Eat only safe foods, low in calories and fat.
2) Have odd rituals, such as cutting food into small pieces or measuring food.
3) Spend more time playing with food than eating it.
4) Cook meals for others without eating.
5) Exercise to excess.
6) Dress in layers to hide weight loss.
Types of eating disorders:
1. Anorexia nervosa
2. Bulimia nervosa
3. Binge eating disorder.
So eating disorders are also often associated with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and personality disorders. Bulimia nervosa may be particularly associated with substance abuse problems. The anorexia nervosa is often associated with obsessive-compulsive symptoms. The scope of related problems associated with eating disorders highlights the need for prompt treatment and intervention.

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