Bulimia is an Eating Disorder that deals with excessive weight loss through self-starvation and sometimes through purging (vomiting, laxative usage), excessive exercising, refusal to maintain normal weight, intense fear of weight gain, obsessive preoccupation with weight and shape, loss of menstrual periods, distorted body image and so on. Bulimia Nervosa specifically is characterized by cycles of binge eating followed by purging, usually done in secret, weight ranges from below to above average (may be difficult to detect), feeling out of control of food intake, purging after bingeing via self-induced vomiting, laxatives, diet pills, diuretics, excessive exercise, or starvation, obsessive preoccupation with weight and shape. Bulimics are deceptively so and usually extremely close to normal weight, but their weight may go up and down, fluctuating dramatically.
bulimia is a eating disorder.ok bulimia is a eating disorder.ok
there are 2 types of bulimia, they are Anorexia Nervosa & Bulimia Eating Disorder.
There is no "first case of bulimia" since many of the times, bulimia is not reported.
There is no patron saint of bulimia.
No bulimia does not have a incubation period
Bulimia causes extreme weight loss.
About one percent of women suffer from bulimia
Yes, Princess Diana did have bulimia.
There is no known method to prevent bulimia.
Yes she has a serious case of bulimia
Twiggy had a three-year bout of bulimia
It cant I have bulimia and I m only 14yrs old it started two years ago bulimia is what it is and there can be no argument
1.) What forms of treatment are effective for bulimia? 2.) What is the difference between anorexia nervosa and bulimia? 3.) What is bulimia?
NEVER. If you have bulimia go see a doctor
The best way to treat bulimia is with cognitive Therapy.
Alt. of Bulimy
This is called Bulimia Nervosa, or Bulimia.
Bulimia is literally the translated Greek word for hunger.
about 14 people have bulimia in the united states
bulimia is never healthy go to a dr asap
Bulimia can cause Kidney Disorders from the overdoses of Laxatives
About 48% of canadians are bulimic/ suffer from bulimia
No... Bulimia is a neurological disorder - not an illness that can be cured.
Hypo-bulimia is when you are bulimic and have low blood volume. Hyper-bulimic means you have high blood volume. Both can be harmful.