I don't know if this would be anorexic. They would have to undergo the diagnosis for anorexia. Whilst it is possible for them to starve and lose weight, it would not be advisable. They would become very unhealthy and starved of essential nutrients and when they resumed eating normally again, their metabolism would be lowered and they may end up even more obese than when they started out. Much better to eat wisely and reduce fat intake. You can lose weight by not eating if you are overweight. Trust me, I did it. As for the idea of "are you anorexic" I can tell you that you have all the physical symptoms such as hair loss, cold intolerance, no concentration, but doctors usually won't diagnos you as anorexic. You don't meet the "15% underweight" statistic. They may realize something is up when you have started to lose too much weight. You can. You can not eat anything at all. You will be fine but you will feel tired, anxious, angry, depressed, irritable, cold, dizzy and maybe worthless. Your heart rate will drop, your head will ache, you will burn ketones instead of glucose and this will give your tongue a thick, nasty-tasting coating and your breath will smell of acetone (this comes from using ketones.) You will not feel hungry or thirsty after a while, although you will still need water. You may also have bouts of euphoria (feeling incredibly good.) You will not be able to do anything active, stand up quickly or take hot baths or showers and life is boring when there are no meals, snacks, coffee breaks, cocktail parties or gatherings in it. You will lose a pound or two a week and when you reach your target weight and begin eating again you may suffer from edema, nausea, cramping, diarrhea or constipation, metabolic problems and other nasties. A true fast is not to be undertaken without commitment, the resources to have lots of downtime and above all medical advice.
Anorexia Nervosa is NOT a choice, one does not "become" anorexic. It is a mental illness that has a side effect of significant weight loss - so on this basis, someone medically overweight can BE anorexic, it just means that their symptoms will cause them to loose weight at a dangerous rate and, if they survive, they will have a BMI classified as anorxic.
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Don't. Don't. You could end up having a few dates and then dying afterwards. It's not worth it. Your probably not overweight. If you are someone will love you anyways.
Someone can become anorexic within a few days or weeks. It can take some time for it to really become a large danger, as often the disease progresses as time goes by,
They can't become anorexic.
There are not any books available that tell you how to become anorexic, but there are guides on the internet that can tell you how to become anorexic.
Yes, because anorexia is a psychological problem anyone can become anorexic. However, if someone who is overweight is starving themselves its called EDNOS or eating disorder not otherwise specified. Anorexia is diagnosed by being in a certain weight percentile, and until an overweight or normal weight person is underweight they cannot be diagnosed as anorexic even if they meet all anorexic criteria except weight.There have been cases of severely obese people developing anorexia and becoming severely underweight. It is possible, it is dangerous, and if you or someone you know is showing signs of an eating disorder you should talk to a doctor or therapist before it gets too far.
Because if you dont have a healthy diet, you will become overweight and possibly die from obese weight
You should have a healthy diet wherever you are, otherwise you can get sick from malnutrition or become overweight.
Yes, it can easily happen.
Of course. Every animal has a window of healthy levels of fat and passing this level would make it overweight and cause health complications.
Well goddammit I'm not going to "help you" become anorexic. That's completely obscured. I wouldn't suggest you do that, at all. Just go on a diet, & don't over do yourself. Just try & be healthy.
Im not sure, you should become anorexic and figure it out, HAHA! =) Im not sure, you should become anorexic and figure it out, HAHA! =)
so they can stay fit and healthy and not become overweight :)
You can become anorexic by not eating or limiting the portions of food in a diet, and by going on a very strict diet.
No. Asking if you can become anorexic in a week is like asking if you can become schizophrenia in a week. You don't become mentally ill in a week and you don't get to choose your mental illness. Someone could be triggered and symptoms could present themselves within a week but there would be underlying causes of the illness.
You should never strive to be anorexic. Anorexia is a dangerous physical and mentla condition. The best way to lose the weight is through healthy dieting and exercise.
Usually, when someone becomes anorexic, it is not due with them wanting to be thin. Most of the the time, they have problems at home, school or work. Starving themselves to thin is actually a cry for help. Only 10% of anorexia sufferes start by wanting to be thin.
No, anorexia is very bad for you. Never do that to yourself if someone doesn't like you because of your body they are not right for you.
Roughly 1 in every 250 people is anorexic.
It cant really it won't promise me but doen't become anorexic you can die of it
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.
You become overweight by eating too much, not exercising enough, or both.
It seldom is ever just one person who makes a mean comment about weight that forces someone to become anorexic. Often, it takes many comments of some period of time for the person to begin to develop their anorexic tendencies. Usually it is coupled with low self esteem and low body image.