Exercise equipment does not cause bulimia, low self-esteem and respect for your body causes bulimia. However, often times bulimics over-exercise in their attempt to lose weight, so exercise and bulimia can sometimes be paired together.
Bulimia causes extreme weight loss.
actually no, you tend to stay about the same, in a lot of cases people stay at a normal to slighly overweight weight.
This is actually really common with bulimia (binging and purging), which is often why it's hard to detect. From my understanding, a person with bulimia usually consumes enough calories to maintain their weight. When a person binges, they are consuming excess calories, so when they purge they are getting rid of these EXCESS calories, preventing them from gaining weight, but not making them lose weight.
If a person often makes themselves sick to loose weight, they have bulimia so I guess a person develops bulimia from a desire to loose weight
Anorexia will generally cause faster weight lossthan bulimia will.
No. Most people with bulimia are at a normal weight range.
Possible death, you'll actually gain weight due to water retention, & many health issues.
Normally bulimia causes weight lossbut in some cases it can cause you to gain weight because your body begins to retain the food that your trying to get rid of in order to help you keep your weight.
Anorexia and bulimia are eating disorders in which the person is affraid any weight gain. Even if they are very skinny.
Purging doesn't get rid of all the calories, actually hardly any unfortunately. Thus, most bulimics are either a healthy weight or overweight.
Well, first of all, dont be bulimic, it will just hurt you. Diet and exercise are less extreme Second of all, if bulimia doesnt help, try...diet pills. And all that fat free food. That will help tremendously. And some total.
It is possible.
yes. Eating disorders aren't actually about weight but more about control. The weight loss can become the focus, but with regards to bulimia and binge eating disorder, it's more of a way to deal with emotions.
It doesnt actually float. It just falls slowly due to its light weight.
It depends on the person. Prozac is sometimes used to treat anorexia and bulimia. It occasionally causes some people to gain a little weight but it occasionally causes others to lose a little weight. Most people don't see a significant change in their weight.
Anorexia is disorder that is a type of mental health disorder. It has to do with body image and obsession about weight. It is sometimes also associated with another disorder called bulimia which is about binging and purging.
yes, this is the entire base reason of this disorder. Google "Bulimia" and educate yourself and others.
if you are thinking of turning to bulimia to lose weight DONT! You are foolish! Your more likely to put on the weight from purging using laxatives and binge eating than losing..!
Self Starvation--Anorexia Eating then vomiting--Bulimia Overexercising--Exercise bulimia Dieting is a temporary way to lose weight. Talk to your doctor about a diet plan that is right for you.
Yes. Anorexia is evident in the not eating & drastic weight loss. Bulimia can be hidden for YEARS & years!
None. You will actually gain weight due to water retention and the fact that in order for you to be diagnosed with bulimia nervosa you have to take in somewhere between 10,000-20,000 calories with every binge. And by the way, whenever you throw up you are only throwing up about half or less calories than what you took in.