Eating tiny portions or refusing to eat Intense fear of being fat Distorted body image Strenuous exercising for more than an hour Hoarding and hiding food Eating in bulima and teen girls Disappearing after eating—often to girls bathroom Large changes in weight, both up and down Social withdrawal Depression Irritability Hiding weight loss by wearing bulky clothes Little concern over extreme weight loss Bulima and cramps Menstrual irregularities—missing periods Dizziness Feeling cold all the time Sleep problems Cuts and calluses across the top of finger joints from sticking finger down throat to cause vomiting Dry skin Puffy face Fine hair on body Thinning of hair on head, girls and brittle hair Cavities, or discoloration of teeth, from vomiting Muscle weakness Yellow skin Cold, mottled hands and feet or swelling of feet If your child has some of these signs, you should bring them to the doctor right away. Pay attention to the messages you send your child about appearance and weight. Eating With Your Anorexic: Some people with eating disorders are even overweight. Teen can we do to help prevent these problems?
What Should I Do? People with anorexia may find it hard to focus and have trouble remembering things. Health care providers and mental health professionals diagnose eating disorders based on history, symptoms, thought patterns, eating behaviors, and an exam. Look for these behaviors, signs and symptoms:.
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