Anorexia Nervosa

It is a complex eating disorder that causes a fear to eat food. It is based on the key fears:
An intense fear of gaining weight.
A distorted body image.
Thoughts of what to eat and what not to eat to maintain a thin body or how your body looks, practically causes a stress, which eventually results in loss of appetite.

What causes it?
The most common cause of this disorder is a inferiority complex that one builds within themselves, in response to the societal pressure of having a good body image or figure.

Dieting despite being thin.
Obsession with nutrition, calories, fats intake.
Refusing to eat in public.
Dramatic weightloss.
Throwing up after eating.
Compulsive exercising.

Do you relate with these symptoms in you? If so, we are here to help you!

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