Common Symptoms Of Bulimia Eating Disorder
Symptoms Of Bulimia Eating Disorder
Alarming love to eat
A victim prefers to eat
plenty at a time any time.
- Loathes self after eating too much
- Bathroom visits after meals.
- The use of diet pills, laxatives or diuretics
- Rigid exercise regimen
- Fear of being fat, regardless of weight
- Bingeing and sometimes starving to 'take care of the binge'
- Constant talk about food or weight
- Vomiting and purging
- Depression, guilt, self-hate and sadness
- Seek approval from others.
- Often wishes to hear about his or her weight and specially wishes to hear he or she has lost weight.
Even if it isn't true!
- Feeling out of control
This is one area a bulimic feels terrible about.
Like everything is out of control for them. They watch others and feel every other person has their appetite in check.
A Bulimic may be underweight, overweight, or normal weight.
The underweight ones are in
danger because they are harder to notice. You are more likely to watch what an obese person eats, or how they eat. And perhaps offer some help. You hardly take note of these in an underweight bulimia victim.
- Puffiness in the cheeks
- Frequent weight fluctuations
- Electrolyte imbalance which can lead to irregular heartbeat,
and sometimes, cardiac arrest.
- Sore throat
- Fatigue, headaches and muscle ache
- Tooth decay
This may be because of constant eating.
Especially as what is eaten is often in the junk class
and is over-sugared.
Also, stomach acid affects the teeth during the vomit process
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