ANOREXIA

Affects 1 in 4 People

What Is Anorexia?


Anorexia is characterized as a refusal to maintain body weight over a minimum necessary for height and weight loss, up to 85% of ideal body weight.³

Eating Disorders

Anorexia Text

Anorexia People with anorexia generally view themselves as overweight, even if they’re dangerously underweight. They tend to constantly monitor their weight, avoid eating certain types of foods, and severely restrict their calories.
Bulemia People with bulimia frequently eat unusually large amounts of food in a specific period of time
Binge Eating Disorder People with BED typically eat unusually large amounts of food in relatively short periods of time and feel a lack of control during binges.
PICA Individuals with pica crave non-food substances, such as ice, dirt, soil, chalk, soap, paper, hair, cloth, wool, pebbles, laundry detergent, or cornstarch
Rumination Disorder RD is a condition in which a person regurgitates food they have previously chewed and swallowed, re-chews it, and then either re-swallows it or spits it out.
Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder Individuals with this disorder experience disturbed eating either due to a lack of interest in eating or distaste for certain smells, tastes, colors, textures, or temperatures.
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