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Harmful Diets!

Although obesity is not good for your health but the wrong way to eat can also be detrimental to your health. Common examples are anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorders. It is a disorder in which emotions, attitudes, and behavior overload around weight and eating disorders. This is a serious emotional and physical problem with life-threatening consequences.
Anorexia Nervosa is a disease caused by self-starvation and excess weight loss.

Symptoms of the disease include:

Refusal to maintain weight at or above the normal normal weight for height, body type, age, and activity level

Significant fears of gaining weight or becoming "obese" or "obese".

Feeling "fat" or overweight even under normal weight

Obsessed with weight and body shape

Bulimia Nervosa is a condition characterized by excessive eating followed by vomiting or diarrhea, all done with confidentiality. The patient relieves a large amount of food - in a short time, and then eliminates food and calories through vomiting, laxative abuse, or excess.

Symptoms of the disease include:

Repeated episodes of party and cleaning

Feel regulated during the party and eat outside the "full" spot

Interruptions after being satisfied (usually by vomiting, diarrhea, diet pills and / or diuretics, excessive exercise, or fasting)

Regular diet

Obsessed with weight and body shape

Compulsive eating fats are characterized by periods of uncontrolled, impulsive, or persistent eating outside of the "full" mood. Although there is no cleaning, there may be repeated fasting or dieting and often feel grayed out at the party. Compulsive eaters often struggle with anxiety, depression and loneliness, which can contribute to episodes of unhealthy eating. These patients may be normal in their weight, slight overweight or obese.

The pressure of peers who value "thinning out" and getting the "perfect body" can be a social force for some patients to enter this pattern of self-destruction. Learn to beat Obesity in the right way. Through proper exercise and diet, I believe obesity can be beaten.


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