Eating Disorders: Anorexi Causes And Treatments

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Eating disorders are very common throughout the world today as many people are wanting to change their bodies and develop these disorders in the process. One of the most common types of eating disorders is known as Anorexia Nervosa. Anorexia is a common disorder that is known for its excessive weight loss due to self-starvation. People with this disorder are typically hungry but due to wanting to lose weight they will starve themselves and refuse any food given to them. As anorexia becomes more common in teenagers and adults, slowly doctors and other medical workers are becoming more able to treat them as we find help before it is too late for them because with the disorder it can lead to death if not treated right away. Anorexia is an eating disorder that can effect a person both mentally as well as physically as it destroys them inside and out.
Some reasons behind why people become anorexic are because they think their looks are important and so they will begin wanting to be everyone’s average weight. Others will become anorexic because they are using it as a coping mechanism to something that happened in their lifetimes such as struggling through life with abusive parents or family, neglect, and even traumatic events that
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Nutritional Rehabilitation is a way for patients to get goals of calorie intakes and maintain a good weight (Kaye, 2013). This rehabilitation will also to help give patients an insight of their health and what they should be at with the age they are. It also helps to restore body weight and push them to strive for better help as what’s needed. When restoring the body back to health, it is important to first take care of the weight in order to begin the full restoration back into the normal and better health

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