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Anorexia Nervosa Disorder

by Sonali Anand Verma (2021-11-28)

The anorexia nervosa is one of the eating disorder that affects most known and, unfortunately, thousands of people around the world. Its origins are not yet clear, as genetics are considered to play a very important part. On the other hand, the social pressure to which we are subjected daily is an incentive for many people to develop obsessive behaviors with their physical appearance.

What is anorexia nervosa disorder?

The anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder characterized the sufferer, control their weight and body shape to extreme levels. The fear of gaining weight and the constant need to lose it move the patient to perform unhealthy practices. Stop eating or excessively reduce food intake, until spending hours and hours practicing sports. These are some of the symptoms, which we will expand on later.

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