Eating disorders are chronic problems associated with recurrent eating habits that have a detrimental effect on the health, feelings, and ability to work in major areas of life.
Anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorders are the more popular eating disorders.
Many eating disorders entail worrying too heavily on your weight, body image, and diet, leading to dangerous eating habits. These habits can dramatically impair the capacity of your body to get enough nutrients. Eating disorders can damage and contribute to other diseases in the heart, digestive system, bones, teeth, and lips. In the adolescent and young adult years, eating disorders mostly arise, but they can develop at other ages. You will return to healthy eating habits with therapy and even restore extreme problems created by the eating disorder.