Anorexia, bulimia y obesidad, ensallo en ingles

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| Anorexia, Bulimia and Obesity | |
Anorexia | Bulimia | Obesity |
The anorexia is an eating disorder characterized by abnormal lack of appetite, and causes may be due to physiological orpsychological causes. | The Bulimia is part of a psychological disorder and an eating disorder. Is conduct for which the individual turns away from eating healthy eating guidelines overeating in veryshort periods of time, then seek to eliminate the excess food by fasting, vomiting, purging or laxatives. | The obesity is a disease in which the natural energy reserve, stored in fatty tissue of humansand other mammals, is increased to a point where it is associated with certain health conditions or increased mortality. |
The causes of anorexia are unknown, although there are severalassumptions, which may be a cause of anorexia. The cultural aspects are important in anorexia, as the pursuit of thinness is a powerful force in modern society | Bulimia is biological causes hormonal disorders,as in adolescence, is when a hormonal disorder may arise, leading to suffering from bulimia, genetic predisposition, overweight people who face the need to lose weight, do crash diets , bringing evenmore anxiety. | The causes of obesity are multiple and include factors such as heredity and the behavior of the nervous system, endocrine and metabolic, and the type or style of life that takes.*Increased intake of calories than your body needs. |
The physical consequence of anorexia is the lacks of menstrual cycle alter the functioning of hormones, increase your cholesterol and reducetriglycerides. Also, your teeth are damaged, it expands your small intestine, colon disorders are generated by excessive laxatives, lower your heart rate and your blood pressure. In addition, lower levelsof potassium and magnesium, and renal failure may occur, and dehydration. | Bulimia can result in hair loss, menstrual irregularities, compulsive behavior, anxiety disorders, low self-esteem and...