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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Eating Disorders By: Timothy Tran Binge Eating, which leads toguilt Anorexia Nervosa Binge-Eating Disorder A person with Anorexia Nervosa will typically diet and exercise heavily and have an intense fear ofgaining weight.This leads to being underweight by 15% or more.People with anorexia think highly ofbody weight and often havedistorted perspectives on weight and self-image. Anorexic people tend to associate thinness with self-confidence. Anorexia also has the highest death rate. Anorexic people tend to have low, bodytemperature, blood pressure, and heart rate. Purging,Excessiveexercising, 4% of adole-scentsexperienceanorexia orbulimia. Cancause othercomplicationssuch as dehy-dration (due topurging). Bulimia Nervosa Psychological (having OCD ordepression), biological(genetics),andsocial-cultural (family)aspect, never only about food. Femalesare more common to beaffected.Eating disorderstypically develop as a wayto handle stress and anxieties. All three dis-orders are treatable. Bulimia nervosa is a disorderwhere a person will binge eatand purge immediately after. However, you do not have to purge to be diagnosedwith bulimia. You can still have bulimiaeven if you use others methods to getrid of calories (ex: fasting, excessiveexercise). The difference between bulimiaand anorexia is that people with bulimiacan still be average weight. Also, bulimicpeople eat much more than anorexic people. Binge-eating disorder is defined by the uncontrollable desire to eat copious amounts of food, but is not followed by purging like Bulimia is.
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