Wednesday, October 21, 2009

beIng thIn??just how much will u go for it??

you see....
i'm posting dis b'coz i know a lot of u out there r not satisfied wif ur own body......
especially gurls.....
i'm dedicating dis post to u.....my frends...n even to me....
it's a lie if we all said dat we r satisfied wif our body...
today...
people mostly judge on da way we look..
do way we dress...
how much we weight..
how tall we r..
how beutiful we r..
in order to be accepted into dis society....
we...
us...
all of us........
r willing to do anytin 4 it....
4 sum of us....being accepted is very important.....

being thin???just how much will u go for it???
skipping meals???
or even not eating at alll........
over exercising??
purging??
dieting??
how much more will u go for it...
ask urself....
y not just feel gewd 4 da way u are....
y not just be urself???
y dun people just accept u 4 who u r....not da way u look...

da image lies behind the mirror.....




















u see......
maybe u all dun notice dis...
but it is true..
most of people around us have issue regarding their appearance...how they look...n how much should they weight..
it might not be obvious...but these people r always battling wif their emotion...


so...
pay attention...
to ur fwends....family....dis might be happening to them...
n maybe....maybe...they just needed ur support...


anorexia nervosa

Anorexia is an eating disorder where people starve themselves. Anorexia usually begins in young people around the onset of puberty. Individuals suffering from anorexia have extreme weight loss. Weight loss is usually 15% below the person's normal body weight. People suffering from anorexia are very skinny but are convinced that they are overweight. Weight loss is obtained by many ways. Some of the common techniques used are excessive exercise, intake of laxatives and not eating.

Anorexics have an intense fear of becoming fat. Their dieting habits develop from this fear. Anorexia mainly affects adolescent girls.

People with anorexia continue to think they are overweight even after they become extremely thin, are very ill or near death. Often they will develop strange eating habits such as refusing to eat in front of other people. Sometimes the individuals will prepare big meals for others while refusing to eat any of it.

The disorder is thought to be most common among people of higher socioeconomic classes and people involved in activities where thinness is especially looked upon, such as dancing, theater, and distancerunning.

A personal story about struggling with anorexia.

A Family Member has an Eating Disorder

If you have a family member that with an Eating Disorder, they need a lot of support. Suggest that your family member see an eating disorder expert. Be prepared for denial, resistance, and even anger. A doctor and/or a counselor can help them battle their eating disorder.

Symptoms of Anorexia

There are many symptoms for anorexia, some individuals may not experience all of they symptoms. The symptoms include: Body weight that is inconsistent with age, build and height (usually 15% below normal weight).

Some other symptoms of anorexia are:

  • Loss of at least 3 consecutive menstrual
    periods (in women).
  • Not wanting or refusing to eat in public
  • Anxiety
  • Weakness
  • Brittle skin
  • Shortness of breath
  • Obsessiveness about calorie intake

Medical Consequences of anorexia

There are many medical risks associated with anorexia. They include: shrunken bones, mineral loss, low body temperature, irregular heartbeat, permanent failure of normal growth, development ofosteoporosis and bulimia nervosa.

Continued use of laxatives is harmful to the body. It wears out the bowel muscle and causes it to decrease in function. Some laxatives contain harsh substances that may be reabsorbed into your system.

bulimia

Bulimia, also called bulimia nervosa, is a psychological eating disorder. Bulimia is characterized by episodes of binge-eating followed by inappropriate methods of weight control (purging). Inappropriate methods of weight control include vomiting, fasting, enemas, excessive use of laxatives and diuretics, or compulsive exercising. Excessive shape and weight concerns are also characteristics of bulimia. A binge is an episode where an individual eats a much larger amount of food than most people would in a similar situation. Binge eating is not a response to intense hunger. It is usually a response to depression, stress, or self esteem issues. During the binge episode, the individual experiences a loss of control. However, the sense of a loss of control is also followed by a short-lived calmness. The calmness is often followed by self-loathing. The cycle of overeating and purging usually becomes an obsession and is repeated often.

Bulimia was only diagnosed as its own eating disorder in the 1980s.

People with bulimia can look perfectly normal. Most of them are of normal weight, and some may be overweight. Women with bulimia tend to be high achievers.

It is often difficult to determine whether a person is suffering from Bulimia. This occurs because bingeing and purging is often done in secret. Also, individuals suffering from Bulimia often deny their condition.

Sufferers consume huge quantities of food. Sometimes up to 20,000 calories at a time. The foods on which they binge tend to be foods labeled as "comfort foods" -- sweet foods, high in calories, or smooth, soft foods like ice cream, cake, and pastry. An individual may binge anywhere from twice a day to several times daily.

so.....

dis is a problem we should be aware of....dis might be happening to da one we knows...

its a pshycological problem....its us againts our own emotion....




is this what it takes????is it worth it???




http://www.mamashealth.com/anorexia.asp

http://www.womenshealth.gov/FAQ/anorexia-nervosa.cfm

http://www.medicinenet.com/anorexia_nervosa/article.htm

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