That pretty much defines "Bulimic". She needs help before she destroys her health. no, that doesn't define bulimia nervosa. It seems to be EDNOS, or a purging anorexic. Bulimia is characterised by BINGING and PURGING.
# eating, in a discrete period of time (e.g., within any 2-hour period), an amount of food that is definitely larger than most people would eat during a similar period of time and under similar circumstances # a sense of lack of control over eating during the episode (e.g., a feeling that one cannot stop eating or control what or how much one is eating) EDNOS stands for "eating disorder not otherwise specified" eg, they don't make the weight requirements for anorexia, or don't binge but do purge. You're friend needs help either way.
It is someone who suffers from the dangerous, potentially fatal, eating disorder of anorexia, where one strictly limits what the eat and drink and excessively works out and exercises.
A binge is in an "anorexic" tendency if the person later fasts, severly restricts, or excessively exercises for the next few days to "make up for" the calories eaten during that binge. A binge is in a "bulimic" tendency is the person later purges by vomiting or laxative abuse to rid their body of much of the food from the binge.
you are bulimic. you need help.
bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder where a person binge eats, then purges.
The correct spelling is bulimic (suffering from bulimia, an eating disorder).
No, bulimia is a very dangerous and devastating eating disorder
Anorexia Nervosa is a very dangerous eating and mental disorder in which a person essentially starves themself (eating very little amounts of food and insufficient amounts of calories and fats) and excessively exercises in order to lose a significant amount of weight.
Being bulimic is not a good methos to weight loss. Bulimia is a dangerous and often deadly eating disorder.
say she looked great before she became bulimic and she shouldn't stop eating.
"Ana" is an abbreviated or "slang" term for anorexia nervosa, which is the full medical name. Anorexia is an eating disroder in which an individual starves themself nutritionally by eating insufficient amounts of food, calories, and / or nutrients and also excessively exercises in an extreme effort to lose weight.
If you think you want to become bulimic, then it's strongly recommended you seek professional help. Bulimia is a serious eating disorder that could possibly kill you. It's not COOL to be bulimic. So many girls nowadays brag about their eating disorders in some kind of EMO trend. Please don't. If you are bulimic then you need some serious help.
A therapist and doctor who specialize in eating disorders is the best way to get help for an anorexic or bulimic person. Your local telephone directory can help you to find treatment centers.
Anorexic--Starvation Bulimic--Throwing up everything you eat Binge eating- when you eat and eat and not feel full
Bulimic is the word :) happy associating!
Excuse me? why do you want to know that? Are you going all bulimic or something? Eating disorders are NOT GOOD!!
This is called Anorexia Nervosa with Bulimic tendencies. It is possible to land between, and swing back and forth from Anorexic tendencies to Bulimic tendencies.
No. She can't have any eating problems because she's hypoglycemic, so she has to eat regularly.
Isabelle fights her eating disorder.
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.
Bulimia nervosa is a serious eating disorder. A person suffering from bulimia is said to be bulimic. Some of the signs and symptoms are: Significant weight loss, Lying about eating, Frequent trips to the bathroom after eating, Over-exercising. There are many more symptoms to looks out for. A more comprehensive list can be found here: http://www.something-fishy.org/isf/signssymptoms.php
According to a 2002 survey 1.5% of Canadian women from 15-24 had an eating disorder.
Yes. Eating disorders can cause organ problems or failure, especially of the heart and kidneys.
if you have to ask, then yes. take it from a bulimic.
Eating correctly and making the exercises suitable for you, is very good to your health.