What are the main problems associated with bulimia?
there are MANY problems associated with bulimia: the acid in a person's stomach will eat away the lining of the esophagus (which can cause hemorrhaging), it eats away at your teeth (so you will either lose your teeth or have to get root canals), malnourishment (can cause swelling to the stomach)... and MANY more problems
There are endless possibilities. Eating disorders (bulimia nervosa, anorexia nervosa, binge eating, exercise bulimia), malnutrition (from eating nothing but junk food, for example), a less than ideal intake of water (that could lead to dehydration and possibly hospitalization), and depression associated with mineral or vitamin deficiency are a few examples.
Many different health problems can arise from eating disorders (the two most common being anorexia and bulimia). Certain problems may not affect everyone, and some problems may manifest themselves or get worse as the condition continues to worsen or deteriorate. Some common problems are..... * Malnutrition / starvation * Loss of body fat, weight loss * Brittle bones, osteoporosis * Swollen glands (bulimia) * Acid damage to teeth, throat, mouth, ect. (bulimia) * Hair loss…
Bulimia can be fatal if left untreated. People suffering from Bulimia are at risk of heart problems, such as irregular heartbeat, low pulse, low blood pressure, weakened heart muscle, or heart failure. Every time a bulimic purges they are of cardiac arrest. Bulimia also causes Intestinal problems, such as constipation, irregular bowel movements, bloating, diarrhea, and abdominal cramping as well as electrolytes problems, such as dehydration and low levels of potassium, magnesium, and sodium. Bulimic's…