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Although the risk of death is not as high as for anorexia nervosa, an eating disorder that leads to excessive weight loss.

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Q: How does the risk of bulimia nervosa compare to that of anorexia nervosa?
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Three questions to ask to determine who is at risk with the eating disorder Bulimia?

1.) What forms of treatment are effective for bulimia? 2.) What is the difference between anorexia nervosa and bulimia? 3.) What is bulimia?


Who is at risk of an Anorexia Nervosa?

Everything.


Which is the most serious health risk from anorexia nervosa?

death


What is a risk factor for anorexia nervosa?

There are many risk factors and potential problems / complications with anorexia. The biggest / worst is that of heart failure and death.


What risk could teens face later in life if they had anorexia?

People with anorexia face the risk of low body mass and osteoporosis, as well as risking relapse of anorexia nervosa.


Who is at risk for development of anorexia nervosa?

Anyone can develop anorexia, but it is most commonly seen in middle- or upper-class Caucasian women between the ages of 12 and 26. Many also will struglle with other mental disorders such as depression or OCD.


How is homeostasis affected by anorexia nervosa?

Since anorexia nervosa deprives the body of the food and nutrients it needs, the body is not receiving those essential nutrients vital to normal body function. (such as calcium not being able to flow to muscles and make them contract, thus putting the muscles at risk of atrophy because of a lack of use) If the body can not function normally, then there is something wrong with homeostasis.


Who is at risk for over nutrition and under nutrition?

over = junk food and no balanced diet, no exercise, positive family history, genes, etcunder = no balanced diet, chronic illness, anorexia nervosa, etc


What are the consequences of anorexia nervosa?

There are many consequences and side effects or results of anorexia. Some negative ones, such as consequences would be, are weight loss to the point where the body begin to become malnourished, starved, prone to illness (due to a weakened immune system), mental distress and problems, and heart problems, along with a risk of death.


Is the risk of anorexia higher for certain careers?

The risk of developing anorexia is higher among adolescents preparing for careers that require attention to weight and/or appearance


What is the effect of anorexia nervosa to brain?

Anorexia can have a very negative effect on the brain. Without proper nutirtion, the brain literally starves. There is risk of brain cells dying (new one will not regenerate, either), and potential for problems like aching eyesight, headaches, dizziness, fatugue, fainting, and blacking out. In young children, poor nutrition cause by anorexia can lead to permanently stunted brain growth.


What is a common sign of purging in bulimia nervosa?

Signs include bruises on the knuckles or hands - this is from someone with bulimia sticking his fingers down the throat to induce vomiting. Tooth decay caused by stomach acid is another indicator.Behavioral signs include using the bathroom immediately after every meal.Bulimia is a serious disorder and health risk and should be treated wherever found.

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