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 will take a long time, as these people will put on weight all over again.
It doesn't take that long to notice someone who is anorexic. The reason is because they aren't getting any nourishment at all and it can quickly show.
Anorexia is not a "diet" It's a mental disorder.
There are safe ways of loosing weight. They are easier and much healthier and don't involve lying to friends and family. If you are really concerned about your weight, talk to your doctor about a program to help you out. In the long run you will be happier, healthier and feel better than trying to be anorexic.
It depends on treatment they receive, their weight, heart health, and mental state.
Making yourself sick (as in throwing up) means that you are bulimic. Anorexic means that you strave yourself and work out more to lose weight. You don't just "become anorexic" it is a mental disorder.
It depends on the people. For some, it may take many, many pounds lost to notice a real difference. For others, a slight 5 pound weight loss may look very drastic.
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.
Anorexia is not a measurement or a number on a scale; it is a mind-set. You can be anorexic at any weight. If you feel that it is necessary to abuse your body through self-starvation, then you are displaying an anorexic mindset and it's time to get help before you seriously harm yourself.
Weight loss through anorexia depends on the individual. Factors that can change it are the severity (how much food / how much exercise), the individual's body, and how long they have been anorexic for. The amount can be anywhere from between 10 and 50 pounds, possibly even more.
It just happens. You never really know when it started you just begin to notice when you're on your death bed and question when and how this all started.
Running and lifting is a way better option. Combined with a regular diet, you can lose weight pretty quick. Anorexia just causes depression and death. I know people who've been taken to the hospital for becoming anorexic for just a little bit. Please don't become anorexic, I've seen enough lives ruined by this disease. I'm here for you if you need me.
It depends how long they have been anorexic. If a normal person decides not to eat all of a sudden, they may lose 20 lbs in a month. If one has been anorexic for a while, their body is in starvation mode and is conserving as many calories as possible, so they are losing weight at a slower rate. Some anorexics exercise obsessively, which will cause the weight loss to increase slightly to moderately.
no her legs are just so long that it makes her torso look small but she eats ALOT!! so now she is not anorexic
Bulimia will not help you lose weight.Only healthy eating and exercise will do that.You can lose weight being Bulimic but it will happen much slower then an anorexic. Also most of what you lose is water weight not actual weight. It depends on what kind of bulimic you are as well.
Not long, and not well: they need medical and psychiatric help immediately.
You can start losing weight right away, but it will vary from individual to individual. Anorexia is an actually an eating disorder characterized by eating an unusually small amount of food and often vomiting it back up. It is unhealthy.
How long you can be a purely restrictive anorexic without binging or dying depends entirely on the person, their intake, vital signs, medical history etc etc
Exercise and gradual diet change which works in to your life - not making huge changes.
Girls are often more concerned with what their bodies look like and whether or not they are pretty and appealing to guys. Most guys don't worry about weight as long as they are not obese. They focus more on muscle because guys generally don't like to look scrawny, and becoming anorexic would make them look scrawny.
Paying attention to your weight loss is discouraged by most experts in weight loss. You should start noticing changes in your waist size even before you notice weight loss.
Yes, you are building muscles by swimming which burns calories long after you've been out of the pool. You'll notice more toned arms and even abs, and notice your weight going down.
Community Answer 1To even be considered anorexic, one must have a BMI of less than 18. Once your BMI is that low, it it hard to drop weight as quickly as someone at a normal or overweight BMI. There are many other types of EDs, though, which can make you both loose or gain weight very quickly._____________________________________Community Answer 2It completely depends on the individual. I know of people diagnosed with AN who have lost weight relatively slowly over a long period of time, and others who have dropped significant amounts of weight in a very short space of time. I myself have experienced many different rates of weight loss at different stages of my illness, dependant on many different factors, including metabolism, intake, mental health, medication etc.