Eating Disorders.(Anorexia)(Bulimia)

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      • Parents will have a better idea if their children have eating disorders with the actuality  of the following facts:

  1. Has had a big weight loss in a relatively short period of time.
  2. Wears big or baggy clothes, or dresses in layers to hide body shape.
  3. Seems obsessed with weight and complains about weight problems(even if they're "average " weight or thin).
  4. Seems obsessed with calories and fat content of foods.
  5. Seems obsessed with exercising all the time.
  6. Often makes trips to the bathroom right after meals(sometimes with the water running to hide the sound of vomiting).
  7. Starves himself or herself, or limits food.
  8. Eats a lot of food at once, then makes himself or herself vomit.
  9. Use or hides the use of diet pills, laxatives, ipecac syrup, or enemas.
  10. Seems to be afraid of eating near or with others.
  11. Has strange food habits such as shifting the food around on the plate to look eaten; cutting food into tiny pieces; making sure the fork never touches the lips(using teeth to scrape food off the fork or spoon);
  12. Chewing food and spitting it out, but not swallowing; dropping food into napkin on lap to later throw away.
  13. Hides food in strange places(closets, cabinets, suitcases, under the bed) to avoid eating{ANOREXIA} or to eat at a later time {BULIMIA}.
  14. Flushes uneaten food down the toilet.
  15. Visits Web sites that promote unhealthy ways to lose weight.
  16. Reads books about weight loss and eating disorders.
  17. Says bad things about himself or herself after eating.
  18. Seems to be losing hair, or has a pale or "grey" skin.
  19. Suffers often from dizziness and headaches.
  20. Has lots of sore throats and/or swollen glands.
  21. Has low self-esteem or feels" worthless".
  22. Complains about feeling cold.
  23. Has bruised or callused knuckles; bloodshot or bleeding in the eyes; light bruising under the eyes and on the cheeks.
  24. Has mood swings, depression, or is tired all the time.
  25. Is having trouble sleeping.

  26. Hope This As Been Useful For You.Suggest If You Find Any Suspicions You Contact Medical Help.

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Then You Can Tick Reference Sheet About The 25 Facts.

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