It can take quite sometime. We can live without food for weeks, but not water. However, you may not see any changes on the outside of your body for the first little while, but your internal organs will be wondering what in heck has hit them. If Anorexia is not nipped in the bud the person will end up very ill and if it's left too long then death can occur. The stomach, intestines, liver, heart are all included in this ratio. There is all sorts of help out there for eating disorders. Anorexia can hit any class of people, any race or the rich/poor. It's a sneaky little beast. It happens mostly in young women (during dieting crazes and fads) and can start as innocently as becoming a vegetarian. Unless a person really knows what it is to be a vegetarian (has studied it) then a vegetarian diet is the worst thing they could be on. Bodies need protein and some people think you need to eat meat to get that protein, but you can get it in legumes (beans) cheeses, etc. Young women are inundated with being slim and pretty and to make matters worse it's splashed across teen magazines, movie magazines, on TV, etc. They don't tell you that many of these girls are either so sick from being Anorexic or Bulimic, or they have had plastic surgery to look the way they do or that girls like Britney Spears are air-brushed before she even hits the stage to do a concert. That she's had plastic surgery. Now more than ever young teen actors are coming out and admitting their are Anorexic and they are GETTING WELL! They are tired of it all. It takes a lot of energy to not eat. Young women should be independent and smart enough to be their own person and not trust what these magazines or TV ads say. Being thin does not bring happiness or more men into your life. It's what's inside a person that radiates to others as far as being attractive.
It depends on the individual. Some drop weight very rapidly, and it can take only a matter of days. Others lose weight slowly and steadily, so it can be a week or month or so to really begin to lose the weight.
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Anorexics lose weight very quickly. This is because they excersise compulsivley and barley eat. A anorexic would lose about 1st in about 1 month, whereas a normal healthier person it would take about 3 months
To some extent, yes. Anorexics have an unnatural desire to lose weight past the point of being "thin" and take it to an unhealthy extreme.
It will take a long time, as these people will put on weight all over again.
You should NOT take laxatives to lose weight as it is dangerous to your health. You don't lose fat by taking them, but you do lose valuable fluids and essential nutrients.
A COUPLE OF MONTHS
it can take as long as two days or two weeks it depends on what you are doing to lose weight
Throwing up wont make you lose weight. It's very dangerous and has no effect on your weight whatsoever. Please don't do it!
The recommended weight loss is 2 pounds per week. At this rate, it would take you 20 weeks, or 5 months to lose the weight.
Yes, but it would take you a long time to lose a few pounds.
You only have to starve once and you won't care about weight any more.
Birth control should not be used for wight loss, nor does it necessarily make you lose weight.
I`ve heard that anorexics don't even notice that they are that thin. Im not sure if that's true or not. But as for another person to notice a weight loss on an anorexic persons body wouldn't take very long.
It depends how much the horse weighs and what breed.
Anorexia is not a "diet" It's a mental disorder.
It is just based on how much you eat and how much you workout.
Fourteen months. It took Spurlock fourteen months to lose the weight gained from his experiment.
You can start losing today. How long it will take depends on how strict your diet is, how much you want to lose, and how much exercise you're able to get.