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Transcript of Bulimia
Interesting Facts and Statistics
There is evidence of bulimia in 867 B.C
Most bulimia victims suffered obesity at one point
Purging can lead to belittling of the teeth
Bulimia affects 1% of young women
After 10 years of having bulimia only half will fully recover
10%-20% of women are never able to recover from bulimia.
Bulimia can have symptoms that can be very server and can change a persons life forever, along with short term ones that aren't good for your health. Some of these symptoms include of: dehydration, chronic gastric reflux, oral trauma, and dental erosion.
Friday, June 6, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
What is Bulimia
Causes of Disorder
Bulimia is an eating disorder that is classified as binging (eating/consuming) large amounts of food or protein at one time and then attempting to purge (get rid of) the food in the body. The most common way food is exited from the body is by vomiting, taking laxatives, and extensive exercise.
Bulimia is a disorder that is most likely with self image. The victim of the disorder wants to have a better body image so he/she tries to get rid of any food in their body.