An eating disorder is an obsession with food and weight that harms a person’s health and well-being. Some warning signs of an eating disorder may be an unnatural concern about body weight, obsession with calories and grams of fat in food, lying about how much you eat, starving yourself, forcing yourself to vomit after eating or taking medicines to lose weight.
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Eating Disorders: Facts for Teens
Anorexia and Bulimia
Anorexia (avoidance of eating) and bulimia (vomiting or taking laxatives after eating) are the two most common forms of eating disorders.
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Eating Disorders: Anorexia and Bulimia
Another name for “binge eating” is “compulsive overeating”. People with this problem eat unusually large amounts of food and don’t stop when they become full. This happens more than just once in awhile, it happens regularly. Often, the person feels out-of-control and unable to stop while doing it.
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Binge Eating Disorder