About a week. Unless you drink lots of water, it will be mostly water weight loss the first week. After that, it will speed up, then after a longer while, it will slow down because you have ruined your metabolism. If you starve yourself for just a few weeks, you're not anorexic yet, you are just dumb. If you continue on this path, you will eventually classify as anorexic, but it takes a significantly underweight person to be an anorexic.
anyone can get anorexia. first of all anorexia isn t an illness you catch from someone or someplace. its something that builds up in you step by step. but yes any one can become anorexic, but most people who become anorexic usually have a tendency towards it whether they realize it or not. if you are weight obsessed, weight dependent or have a low self esteem, you are more likely to become anorexic.
it can, but it generally depends on genetics. if you are anorexic it will most likely make you get it later, and over weight girls tend to get it younger because you need a certain amount of body fat.
No, not at all, actually. First of all, an anorexic probably wouldn't eat a whole bagel at once. Even if you want to, if you're truly anorexic, you can't, trust me. Second of all, if it's just one day, then you're not considered anorexic, you just didn't eat much that day. It has to be something regular for it to be given the title anorexic. Besides, what lots of people don't realize is this: You aren't anorexic unless you're underweight. If you're normal weight, but you starve yourself, you are simply fasting, or starving yourself, until you're underweight.
Anorexia is defined as being preoccupied with worrying about a person's weight and daily intake. It affects every day of a person's life and eventually affects their relstionships with family and friends. Just thinking about your weight and being concerned about your apperance doesn't mean your an anorexic. The best option is to work on accepting yoursef for who you are whatever size you may be. If you decide to lose weight or get in shape make sure you do it for yourself first.
No, i dont think you lose 21 grams of weight when you die. a scientist made an experiment, attempting to figure it out. the very first time he tested it out, the weight of the persons was 21 grams diffrent. in later attempts, with other persons, it was not.
Usually every day for the first 3 or 4 weeks.
Famished? no! A, anorexic
by exercising, boobs are just a bunch of fat so if you go to work out, if you notice that that is the first place where you loose weight
You should gain about 2-5 pounds in the first trimester and about a pound a week after that.
Notice is stressed on the first syllable.
because you are builing muscle, do not step on the scales for the first couple of weeks of excersize, just start to notice that your clothes are fittig different and enjoy or you could just eat them in their sleep. You'll gain weight and they hopefully won't notice.
Their look. If it is about a girl, then I notice their face and hair first!
You will probably notice weakness and headaches first. Eating and exercise is smarter and easier.
Yes, the first syllable of "notice" is the stressed syllable.
people first to notice her when she help them through troubles
First of all, only drinking water is really hard on your body. You'll actually gain weight from all the empty calories, and you'll look anorexic. I advise just eating healthy....this diet will be really bad for you!
If you check a normal height weight chart you wont have the weight for this height as it is not common. But you can weight between 82 - 87 kgs approximately. If you weight more first get your bone density checked as tall persons weighting more get troubles in their joints easily.
First of all, it is not persons it is PEOPLE!
a (anorexic), f (famished), r (ravenous)
Talk to her about it first and if he/she refuses to get help TELL SOMEBODY!! Don't let her take her life!!
Without adequate food, calories, and nutrition for an extended period of time, the body naturally slows down the metabolism. It begins to use up fat stores and energy much less quickly in an attempt to stop losing weight as a natural survival instinct.