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    Disorders Health Consequences Anorexia Nervosa • muscle weakness • kidney failure from dehydration • loss of bone density • dry skin and hair • abnormal heart rate • low blood pressure (indicates changes in the heart muscle) Bulimia Nervosa • gastric ruptures during or after binging • possible esophagus inflammation and rupture • tooth decay • irregular bowel movements and constipation • pancreatitis Binge-eating Disorder • high cholesterol • high blood pressure • heart disease • type II…

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    Eating Disorders Eating disorders are characterized by abnormal eating patterns that might make you happy psychologically but not physically healthy. Bulimia and anorexia are two of the five most common type of eating disorders that there is in the world. Eating disorders don’t just affect teenage girls and women they can affect grown men and boys too. Many of the people that have bulimia and anorexia might not look like there is anything wrong with them because they still fall in a normal body…

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    Eating is a key source for survival in life. In order for people to grow healthy and strong, one must eat regularly and consume a handful amount of proteins and vitamins. Although eating is key in life, there are also complications related to feeding, there are multiple eating disorders that people may branch off from. Some of them are called Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, and Binge Eating Disorder. These eating disorders can have a negative impact in one 's physical body. During pregnancy,…

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    Eating Disorders are a serious problem. One disorder people think of most often is Anorexia. Both males and females in the world are afraid of gaining weight. They become very controlling of the amount of food they will eat. The small food portions used to nourish the body cause it to go into the starvation mode and if left unchecked with lead to heart damage, stroke and death. Another example of an eating disorder is Bulimia. With this disorder the person is stuck in the middle of their desire…

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    Young women and men all over the world are succumbing to a terrible and deadly disease. In the United States alone, about 24 million people struggle with the private and very personal hell of eating disorders. This number itself is an estimation: only about 10% of people with eating disorders will receive treatment in their lifetime. Disturbingly, it seems as though this plague has been particularly virulent with students: in one survey, more than 90% of women on a college campus admitted to…

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    awkward slightly chubby girl. However, seeing those girls that were supposed to be my teammates made be become insecure about myself. Instead of turning to someone that I trusted for help, I ended up taking the harder longer path and developed an eating disorder. The ideal cheerleader is short with a small waist and no flab, which was not me, I had some fat on my stomach that would not go away. In order to fit the social stereo type, I took an extreme path that only made matters worse for me in…

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    What is an eating disorder? Parallelism: The Parallelism is in the four paragraph first line (Psychological, emotional, and physical problems). Parallelism is the use of components in a sentence that are grammatically the same; or similar in their construction, sound, meaning or meter. (http://literarydevices.net/parallelism/) In this article this is known as Parallelism because the ending is “al” in each word which means the ending of the words sound the same. This device is effective because…

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    Eating disorders are a daily struggle for 10 million females and 1 million males in the United States, whether these disorders are anorexia or bulimia. Four out of ten individuals have either personally experienced an eating disorder at some point in their life or know someone who has. Furthermore, 50% of teenage girls and 30% of teenage boys use unhealthy weight control behaviors such as skipping meals, fasting, smoking cigarettes, vomiting, and taking laxatives to control their weight ("Eating…

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    ever had an eating disorder? Well I can tell you they fucking suck! It is one of the worst things that I have ever experienced. The summer before 8th grade is one i'll always remember. Long story short I had an eating disorder that caused me to lose my happiness, how I thought about myself, it was hard on my parents, and my brother hated me for it. Happiness is something we always need in one's self. It’s the key to success, we all need it. Well when I got diagnosed with my eating disorder I…

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    Eating Disorders Well, today I will be writing about Eating Disorders. First I will be talking about what are Eating disorders. Second I will be talking about Types of Eating Disorders. Third I will be talking about Who Has Eating Disorders. Four I will be talking about how Eating Disorders and depression. Firth I will be talking about what causes Eating Disorder. Eating disorders are serious injuries in eating behavior. Their will involve unhealthy reduction of severe overeating, well as…

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