anorexic

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a person suffering from anorexia nervosa

suffering from anorexia nervosa

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The 25-year-old daughter of Lenny Kravitz, who plays an anorexic and bulimic character in her new movie, shared how she shed an additional 20 pounds to fit the role of Marie.
Pop culture often paints anorexics as willful young women who go on diets to be beautiful, he says.
Dr Jane adds that anorexics 30 years ago could be taken to hospital to recover without such added pressures.
They have recovered anorexics who talk to us, who have come out the other end and are leading a healthy life.
It is no surprise that many anorexics also experience anhedonia, the inability to experience pleasure.
The sex addict-intimacy anorexic will have sell-sex or sex with others regularly, but often will have no connection sexually with their spouse--often taking pains to avoid it.
Anorexics cleverly cover their tracks spreading crumbs, leaving buttery knives on the table, false traces of toast uneaten and consigned to the bin when no one is looking.
A possible reason is that although calorie-restricting anorexics manage to obtain some vitamins, women who purge absorb fewer.
FORMER anorexic Heather Dewar admits the images on a pro-anorexia website shocked her to the core.
We were naturally slim and elegant (others might have said skinny and puny) but were not anorexic.
Various ways in which anorexia nervosa can be treated are also part of this past research and these treatments mainly focus on the medical, psychological, and social conditions of female anorexics.
There is a case for changing the rules for anorexics, to ensure that they are fed.
Administrators at Arizona's Remuda Ranch, a residential treatment program for anorexics, received so many calls from parents of young children last year, they launched a program for kids 13 years old and under; so far, they've treated 69 of them.
Emma set up The Only Way is Up Foundation earlier this year with friends Catherine Morran and Susan Parker, both former anorexics.