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1 hours ago The common symptoms may include:

  • Binge eating
  • Forceful vomiting
  • Long-term fear of gaining weight
  • Preoccupation with weight and body
  • A strong negative self-image
  • Overuse of laxatives or diuretics
  • Use of supplements or herbs for weight loss
  • Excessive exercises
  • Stained teeth (from stomach acid)
  • Calluses on the back of the hands
  • Withdrawal from normal social activities

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6 hours ago Symptoms of bulimia include: extreme concern over body weight or body shape. eating large quantities of food over a short period, often in secret. binge eating followed by self-induced vomiting; use of laxatives, diuretics, enemas or suppositories; fasting or severe dieting; or excessive exercise. Bulimia can cause a number of physical symptoms

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9 hours ago A person with bulimia may appear over or underweight, and can also present normal weight levels. Instead, the following signs may be a better way to assess a person suspected of having this condition: 3. Eating large amounts of food. Noticeable absence right after eating. Frequently vomiting after eating.

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Just Now Although symptoms may vary per patient, we’ve listed common symptoms of bulimia nervosa below so you can understand this serious condition in more detail. Bingeing more than one time per week. Purging more than one time per week, including self-induced vomiting, laxative/diet pill/diuretic abuse, excessive exercise, chewing/spitting of food

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9 hours ago The following are some of the psychological symptoms of bulimia: Ongoing preoccupation with weight and body shape. A chronic fear of gaining weight or constant worry about being “fat” or overweight. Feeling out of control when bingeing. Getting distorted feedback when looking in a mirror.

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6 hours ago Bulimia can take a toll on the body, causing physical damage to parts of the body involved in eating and digesting food. Some physical symptoms of bulimia include: swollen cheeks or jaw. cuts or

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7 hours ago Physical symptoms of bulimia nervosa include: Facial swelling or swollen parotid glands visible at the jawline or cheeks (parotitis). Heartburn, indigestion, bloating. Irregular menstrual periods. Weakness, exhaustion. Bloodshot eyes. Dental problems, including erosion of …

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9 hours ago This type of stress may cause arrhythmia, heart palpitations, heart attacks, or death. Repeated vomiting erodes the enamel of your teeth, leading to yellow teeth, mouth sensitivity, and rapid tooth decay. For women, bulimia sometimes causes fertility issues.

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Just Now The exact cause of bulimia is unknown. Genetic, psychological, trauma, family, society, or cultural factors may play a role. Bulimia is likely due to more than one factor. Symptoms. In bulimia, eating binges may occur as often as several times a day for many months. People with bulimia often eat large amounts of high-calorie foods, usually in

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5 hours ago The information here is intended to provide bulimia recovery help to family, friends, coaches, and teachers of someone struggling with bulimia nervosa. You’ll find straightforward information on bulimia symptoms, bulimia diagnosis, bulimia statistics, bulimia facts, bulimia treatment, and bulimia recovery. About This Resource.

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8 hours ago Sleep problems. Dry skin, and dry and brittle nails. Behavioral symptoms of bulimia may include: Eating uncontrollably, followed by purging. The National Institutes of …

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1 hours ago Symptoms - Bulimia The main signs of bulimia are eating a large amount of food over a very short time (binge eating) and then ridding your body of the extra food (purging) by making yourself vomit, taking laxatives or exercising excessively, or a combination of these.

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3 hours ago Bulimia can be difficult to recognize, since binging and purging behavior often takes place in secrecy. Unlike those with anorexia, individuals with bulimia usually maintain a weight that is relative to their height.Understanding more about the signs and symptoms of bulimia can help you know if you, or someone you love, needs help.

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1 hours ago Intestinal problems. More physical side effects of bulimia include intestinal problems. Purging with laxatives has may lead to a physical dependence on the medications and therefore constipation when the laxatives are stopped. Constipation resolves over time but can make it especially difficult for patients to stop abusing laxative medication.

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2 hours ago Bulimia, also known as bulimia nervosa, is an eating disorder characterized by binge eating following by compensatory purging or other methods to avoid weight gain or to relieve the physical symptoms that a person feels after binging. Purging usually involves vomiting, but it may also include the use of laxatives, excessive exercise, or fasting.

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2 hours ago Bulimia nervosa is a serious, potentially life-threatening eating disorder characterized by a cycle of bingeing and compensatory behaviors such as self-induced vomiting designed to undo or compensate for the effects of binge eating.DIAGNOSTIC CRITERIAAccording to the DSM-5, the official diagnostic criteria for bulimia nervosa are:

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4 hours ago Behavioral symptoms of bulimia include: Constant complaints of being ugly or fat. Not wanting to eat in front of others. Becoming vegetarian, vegan or restricting types of food eaten for other reasons. Smoking, as it is believed to prevent weight gain. Impulsive behaviors such as self-cutting or sexual promiscuity.

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What are some symptoms and or dangers of bulimia?

You may also notice physical signs like:

  • feeling tired
  • a sore throat from being sick
  • bloating or tummy pain
  • a puffy face
  • self-harming

What are the warning signs of bulimia?

The common signs and symptoms of bulimia include:

  • The tendency for binge-eating often followed by forceful vomiting
  • Fear of weight gain
  • Sensitivity to comments about being obese or peer pressure
  • Excessive preoccupation with body image and weight
  • Negative self-image
  • Low self-esteem
  • Overuse of diuretics and laxatives
  • Excessive use of supplements for weight loss
  • Excessive exercise

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What are harmful effects of bulimia?

Bulimia can be quite harmful to the body over the long run. Some of bulimia's effects include: Heart problems, such as irregular heartbeat, low pulse, low blood pressure , weakened heart muscle, or heart failure

How to tell if someone has bulimia?

The following are some of the psychological symptoms of bulimia:

  • Ongoing preoccupation with weight and body shape
  • A chronic fear of gaining weight or constant worry about being “fat” or overweight
  • Feeling out of control when bingeing
  • Getting distorted feedback when looking in a mirror
  • Moods determined by food intake levels
  • Not wanting to eat in front of people or in public

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