In three days, no. You have to be doing it awhile to be anorexic, at least a few months. Not that I'm saying you should, don't. It sucks."I'd say if you were not eating for the sake of losing weight you might be on your WAY to having one." As the person at the bottom said.Answer
No doubt there is SOMETHING wrong. Perhaps it would be good for you to seek professional help if for no other reason to find out the cause of your aversion to food.Answer
Yes, this is called anorexia nervosa. It is an eating disorder where a person is terribly afraid of becoming fat, overweight, or obese. The very sight of food can make them nauseous and disgusted. It is the 1st step leading to anorexia.AnswerYou probably have anorexia. If you've been starving yourself, i suggest you seek medical help. New Answer
No that is NOT an eating disorder. Anorexia Nervosa has other symptoms like , 15% underweight [ 17.5 bmi ] fear of gaining weight, no period.
I'd say if you were not eating for the sake of losing weight you might be on your WAY to having one.
Why is what considered an eating disorder
It can be considered symptoms of an eating disorder, yes.
yes, it is anorexia nervosa, and considered an eating disorder
Eating disorder where you starve yourself.
By itself, eating once a day is not considered an eating disorder. It may not be considered by many to be the healthiest way to deal with eating and nutrition, but without much more information it is not diagnosable.
No. It would be considered a factor of bulimia, a dangerous and potentially fatal eating disorder.
If you are making yourself throw up, then you probably do have an eating disorder (eating disorder does not necessarily mean starving yourself), if it is coming up on its own something else might be wrong and you should go see your doctor.
Demi had an eating disorder because she was bullied and depressed.
Yes. It's when you starve yourself because you have a huge fear of gaining weight.
It could be considered that, but what you're saying you should probably see a doctor for. It's called binge eating and is a disorder. I hope I helped!
It can be, yes.
I think you should see a doctor about that............................... No-psychological.
of course an eating disorder is life threatening. If you have an eating disorder, your body will start destroying yourself because it wont be getting the nutrition it needs to have on a daily basis. you should maintain a healthy weight. For example if you are 5'2" the healthy weight is between 110-120 pounds.
if you have to ask, then yes. take it from a bulimic.
Eating disorders, such as binge eating disorder, have the potential to do harm to your body. If you feel your eating disorder is out of control, it is appropriate to see a doctor, specifically a psychiatrist who specializes in the treatment of eating disorders. This is important because while binge eating disorder itself does not pose the risk of grievous harm to the body other than weight gain, it is often caused by the more serious problem of anxiety or depression. Also, binge eating disorder can quickly escalate to bulimia, which is very harmful to the body and can result in death. However, if you are not comfortable with seeing a medical professional for your binge eating disorder, there are some support groups both online and in community centers that can help you overcome your eating disorder. This is a viable option if you have strong motivation to end your eating disorder, if your eating disorder is not overly out of control, and you have the personal strength to better yourself.
Almost certainly yes. A disorder means a lack of order. Eating regularly and healthily is order, starving by choice is disorder. It's as simple as that.
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you should try to talk with them and help them through it. you should show them all the things they are missing out on because they have an eating disorder. you should try to talk with them and help them through it. you should show them all the things they are missing out on because they have an eating disorder.
the reason is many girls struggle with their looks just like I do. It is probably harder to starve yourself than to purge.
Anyone who has the symptoms of the eating disorder
eating disorder. anorexia nervosa
There is an actual eating disorder known as binge eating disorder (BED), and compulsive over-eating disorder, which is tied in with a food addiction problem.