Long Term Effects Of Anorexia Nervosa

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Many men and women suffer from eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa. This obstacle has the fear of obesity that humans do not want to eat. This is usually unreasonable fear. However, most people engaged in such anorexic behavior do not know the long-term effects of anorexia nervosa.

Anorexia is known to be a mental disorder, but affected people do not want to admit it. This result is fatal, lacks self-esteem, has a negative self image, I do not want to ask for help.

There are various results and long-term impact many people do not consider. The most common are depression, anxiety, alcohol and drug abuse, hair loss, muscle weak, low potassium, low heart rate, dehydration.

Other long-term effects include brain damage, osteoporosis, memory malfunction, anemia, renal failure, constipation, yellow skin and so on. These are some of the common effects of anorexia, but the problem is that there is a possibility that the problem will persist for a long time after recovery.

People with poor appetite skillfully eat with nutritional foods, but there are still problems with the teeth, but the bones are weak and their activities and actions need to be careful The intestines are damaged, their Life is not the same as before, they now have health problems for the elderly.

If you are treating it at an early stage of anorexia, the result can be avoided. The result is dramatic, so you do not have to wait for the problem to get worse. The biggest challenge is to convince people that she needs help. The family talks to her and needs to support her.

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