What kind of disorder is anorexia nervosa?
Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder in which a person will starve themselves for a long period of time usually taking in 500 or less calories a day. (500 calories is a lot to someone with anorexia, like 3,000 to someone without an eating disorder). ...
Asked in Food & Cooking
What kind of food that you need to prepare to patient that have a DHN disorder?
starve them for three then give them your urine to drink and 100 meal worms. by Joe King ...
My friends and family think I have an eating disorder how do I convince them I'm ok?
It depends... Why do they think you have an eating disorder? Have you been loosing wheight lately? If you lost wheight and are under your ideal wheight, there is something wrong with your diet or with your organism and you should seek medical help. If you just lost a little wheight and think your family is being paranoid about it, talk openly to them, show articles explaining what is an eating disorder... I am sure they would understand. Just be sincere...
Of 100 people how many develop eating disorders?
0.5 The common statistic is that 1 in every 200 will develop on eating disorder of some kind. (Anorexia, Bulimia, EDNOS, Binge-Eating, Compulsive Eating, Over-Eating, ect.) ...
What percentage of models have anorexia?
While it is difficult to calculate the exact percentage of models with anorexia (mostly because many deny having an eating disorder), medical studies do show that about 40% of models in the industry suffer from an eating disorder of some kind, such as anorexia and bulimia. ...
You were in a fight with two of your girlfriends and you called one of them a tall fatso and the other a short fatso will they get eating disorders from this comment?
well yes its possible to establish a eating disorder from that kind of comment ...
What kind of eating disorder is more likely to affect men than women?
Muscle dysmorphia. But men do get other eating disorders as well, it's just that the amount of women is more. ...
Is it possible to have an eating disorder even if you aren't starving yourself or making yourself throw up?
Yeah, there's this less-exposed disorder called BED which stands for Binge Eating Sisorder. It's kind of like a blend of anorexia and bulimia because it involves phases of disinterest in food (similar to anorexia) battled by phases of extreme hunger/craving (that's where the 'binging' comes in) and feelings of extreme guilt for feeling out of control concerning your appetite (somewhat like the guilt felt by bulimics). ...
What kind of eating disorder did Brittany Murphy have?
I am not aware that she had any eating disorders at all? So far I think it has just been media speculation based on her public appearance, see the related link. ...
Asked in Eating Disorders
What are the causes of binge eating?
The symptoms of binge eating are often first bought about in adolescence and often after starting a diet of some kind or being teased by peers about size or appearance. Binge eating is a compulsive disorder and should be treated by trained psychologists. ...
Asked in Dieting and Weight Loss
Is it dangerous to starve yourself for fourtine days?
YES! What kind of question is that? That's like asking "If I shoot my arm with a gun will I bleed a lot?" P.S NICE SPELLING YOU SCALLYWAG ...
Asked in Health, Eating Disorders, Bulimia
Does the eating disorder characterized by self starvation and excessive weight loss is called bulimia nervous?
Starvation is Anorexia Nervosa. Bulimia is an eating disorder that invovles a binge followed my some kind of purge, most commonly induced vomitting but also laxatives, excessing exercise, etc. Anorexia Nervosa...
The best thing you can do for someone you suspect may have an eating disorder is to ignore the problem?
No, no eating disorder of any kind should be ignored (whether it be weight loss or weight gain). The person must be addressed about any concerns friends or family may have. The problem may be deeper than that, and the person will need support, perhaps even therapy. If the person is being ignored and they're serious about proceeding with the eating disorder, then you know the person is in real danger. Either way it should be addressed. ...
Asked in Conditions and Diseases, Dieting and Weight Loss, Eating Disorders, Carbohydrates and Low-Carb Diets
Does calling someone fat mean they will get an eating disorder?
Well it kind of creates a vicious circle, doesn't it? You call them fat, knock their confidence and upset them. This then causes them to take comfort in food, thus over eating and getting fatter. ...