There are many different contributing factors that play into whether or not someone has an eating disorder. There are a variety of symptoms to each eating disorder, depending on which eating disorder you are talking about, the symptoms will change. Also usually when someone is unable to admit to the fact that they have an eating disorder, and others feel that the particular person does, that's usually the first sign.
Eating Disorder like Anorexia and Bulimia is a major concern in major countries. It is unknown what exactly triggers or causes something like anorexia for example, but possible explanations that are offered include:
Binge disorder, compulsive eating disorder, anorexia? i know for sure the first two ar correct.
sry i do not know the answer
As far as I know...no
Why is what considered an eating disorder
Anyone who has the symptoms of the eating disorder
3 eating disorders are bulimia, binge eating disorder, and anorexia. These are the only ones I know about.
There is an actual eating disorder known as binge eating disorder (BED), and compulsive over-eating disorder, which is tied in with a food addiction problem.
Can you have an eating disorder without knowing: yes Can you have an eating disorder without trying: yes Eating disorders are mental illnesses, not weight-loss aids, people don't develop an eating disorder on purpose. Often they won't know or believe that they are ill, which makes them difficult to treat. I don't know if this is what you were asking, the question is quite vague. So if this doesn't answer your question feel free to clarify.
Yes, Binge Eating Disorder (also called Compulsive Overeating) is an eating disorder as listed in the DSM-IV.
It is literally called Binge Eating Disorder & is an eating disorder like Anorexia Nervosa & Bulimia Nervosa.
If you know them and they know you, also you can trust them..just come out and tell them.
An eating disorder with binge eating is bulimia nervosa.
Eh, not as far as i know! But i could be wrong... Maybe your thinking of anorexia? THAT is an eating disorder but not necessarily a loss of appetite. Sorry if i didn't answer correctly! :)
Actually, you can be born with an eating disorder. It is statistically shown that almost 95% of women are prone to developing an eating disorder, but some may be born with a chemical imbalance, causing an eating disorder.
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It is known as 'B.E.D', or 'Binge Eating Disorder' (also called Compulsive Overeating). It is an official eating disorder listed in the DSM-IV.
Any eating disorder can be fatal is the eating habit is continued for a prolonged period of time. One in five people who have an eating disorder, die from it.
No. This behavior doesn't meet DSM criteria for an eating disorder
binge eating disorder
Demi had an eating disorder because she was bullied and depressed.
Tharun Rameshbabu has an eating disorder
You won't really know if you have an eating disorder. The only way you could tell was to talk to about it to your doctor or someone who knows about eating habits. If your eating something and you don't feel hungry then your just eating out of habit. It's not a good habit so try breaking it!
Eating non-food products (such as raw flour) can be a sign of the eating disorder known as pica.
An eating disorder is a psychological disorder in which the person has disturbed or abnormal eating habits. Anorexia and bulimia are eating disorders.
It depends upon the eating disorder. There are different signs for each of the eating disorders. Anorexia, Bulimia, bing eating disorder, and compulsive overeating are all different.