Interesting and helpful facts about anorexia
Interesting fact: in most of Europe,Anorexia is not considered a mental disorder, although it is considered a disease.For the most part, anorexia is a complete behavioral disorder of food digestion by humans. In other words, a person, regardless of gender, thinking that he is fat, refuses to take any food at all. Some of the people do not respond to treatment and suffer from anorexia most of their lives. The disease is spread mainly on the female half of the world's population.
An interesting fact: people suffering from anorexia, losing weight to an extreme degree, still consider that they are fat, therefore, in countries such as Germany and Italy, anorexia is considered a psychological pathology and is treated in institutions for the mentally ill (with the person expressing an afflicted person). Sometimes the knowledge of what is anorexia, helps friends and relatives of the patient to seek help from highly qualified specialists. It is worth noting that not everyone can be treated for anorexia.In fact, their percentage among sufferers does not reach 20. All over the world at the moment about two percent of women suffer from anorexia, among men the percentage is significantly lower, however, cannot please. It is approximately 0.4 of the total male half of humanity. With timely treatment, about 50% of people today can restore a normal lifestyle. With a neglected illness, as mentioned above, less than 20% can resume the functioning of the body's digestive system.
Interesting fact: for the most part, women with white skin or Latina suffer from anorexia. Although obese people are mostly people with dark skin. Such an opposition to Asian and Black women was made by British scientists in identifying the causes of mental disorder that leads to anorexia.
Until last year, it was believed that anorexia affected women in the age group of 18 to 25 years, however, it was recently revealed that anorexia is more susceptible to underage girls. Studies conducted in different years show that more than 10% of girls and women suffering from anorexia die from exhaustion after 3-5 years, after the onset of “weight loss”.
An interesting fact: the first signs of anorecia, after the onset of weight loss, are virtually indistinguishable from cardiovascular diseases. For example, a downed heart rhythm appears, as well as renal failure. After these symptoms, body temperature usually drops and drops to 35.5 degrees. In women, the menstrual cycle is disrupted due to low blood pressure. In men, hair becomes soft due to the cessation of the supply of nutrients that the body is forced to give to internal organs. Often, people suffering from anorexia cannot tolerate low temperatures, because their body weight does not allow them to warm themselves. If anorecia begins before the age of 15, it can significantly slow down growth and complete physical development. Studies conducted in 2010 showed that people suffering from anorexia undergo bone thinning.