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Anorexic food behavior signs and symptoms Dieting despite being thin – Following a severely restricted diet. Eating only certain low-calorie foods. Banning “bad” foods such as carbohydrates and fats. Obsession with calories, fat grams, and nutrition – Reading food labels, measuring and weighing portions, keeping a food diary, reading diet books. Pretending to eat or lying about eating – Hiding, playing with, or throwing away food to avoid eating. Making excuses to get out of meals (“I had a huge lunch” or “My stomach isn’t feeling good.”). Preoccupation with food – Constantly thinking about food. Cooking for others, collecting recipes, reading food magazines, or making meal plans while eating very little. Strange or secretive food rituals – Refusing to eat around others or in public places. Eating in rigid, ritualistic ways (e.g. cutting food “just so”, chewing food and spitting it out, using a specific plate). Anorexic appearance and body image signs and symptoms Dramatic weight loss – Rapid, drastic weight loss with no medical cause. Feeling fat, despite being underweight – You may feel overweight in general or just “too fat” in certain places such as the stomach, hips, or thighs. Fixation on body image – Obsessed with weight, body shape, or clothing size. Frequent weigh-ins and concern over tiny fluctuations in weight. Harshly critical of appearance – Spending a lot of time in front of the mirror checking for flaws. There’s always something to criticize. You’re never thin enough. Denial that you’re too thin – You may deny that your low body weight is a problem, while trying to conceal it (drinking a lot of water before being weighed, wearing baggy or oversized clothes). Purging signs and symptoms Using diet pills, laxatives, or diuretics – Abusing water pills, herbal appetite suppressants, prescription stimulants, ipecac syrup, and other drugs for weight loss. Throwing up after eating – Frequently disappearing after meals or going to the bathroom. May run the water to disguise sounds of vomiting or reappear smelling like mouthwash or mints. Compulsive exercising – Following a punishing exercise regimen aimed at burning calories. Exercising through injuries, illness, and bad weather. Working out extra hard after bingeing or eating something “bad.”
^copy and paste not appropriate
Well since it wasn't a study question I wasn't concerned about appropriate
anorexia- they dont eat infront of other people. they got to the restroom alot. theyd rather stay home than go out and eat pizza. they order the smallest thing on the menu and especially slalads (girls) this mostly affects girls that read alot of trashy magazines and hangout with people that are skinnier than her. not really that common in guys
im considered anorexic because i weigh 72lbs and am 5 ft 3 in. (i actually just have insomnia and adhd and ocd) which all cause me to look really small...
Anorexia is an eating disorder, with psychological roots. People with anorexia have a very distorted self-image. They have an irrational fear of gaining weight, and believe that their bodies are constantly tinkering on the edge of repulsiveness. What this means is that just because you are skinny does not mean that you are considered anorexic. In order to be diagnosed with anorexia, you would have to have these irrational fears and perceptions of your own body. It's very psychologically rooted. Everything that Sciteach4u posted was actually, collectively, very indicative of someone with anorexia. And just because he copied and pasted the information does not make it false.
thanks everyone :D the best answer was the one above this comment . & thanks for the facts Sciteach4u . & cheesesticks , maybe you should talk to a doctor , lol :)