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Identifying Eating Disorders In Teenagers

Identifying Eating Disorders In Teenagers    

These Can Lead To Serious Gastrointestinal Conditions, Physiological Changes, And Loss Of Teeth Enamel    

Weight loss obsession can become an eating disorder, which is usually suffered by teenagers between 13 to 17 years. However, it is a treatable condition. It can be generated by a cultural prejudice against fat and obesity, which occurs in most societies. Among the symptoms, there is weight loss, excessive concern dieting, and anxiety about weight and body shape. Other signs are skipping meals or eating very small portions of food, and excessive exercising. There will be also physiological signs, such as changes, tiredness and fatigue, due to low-calorie intake, gastrointestinal issues such as stomach cramps, indigestion and even acid reflux. Additionally, there is dry skin and hair and brittle nails, because of poor nutrition, and also discoloration of teeth, and dehydration, which are caused by frequent vomiting. There are several types of eating disorders. Among them are anorexia nervosa, which is a calorie restriction of a certain type of food, which results in excessive weight loss. Another type is bulimia nervosa, which is binge eating, followed by a compensatory behavior to eliminate ingested food, such as self-induced vomiting or laxatives, causing acid reflux, or and also gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD. In this case, the acid in the vomit acid affects the teeth enamel. Another type is binge eating, consisting of ingesting a large amount of food, even if they're not hungry. However, unlike anorexia and bulimia, there is no compensatory behavior to purge the ingested food.https://justnoacidreflux.com/drbq

 

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