Eating Disorders

Girls are far more likely to have eating sicknesses. However, boys are also vulnerable. eating in secret, obsession with food, calorie counting, fear of becoming fat, binge eating, abolition, food phobias or avoidance.  The most common eating disorders among adolescents are anorexia, bulimia and binge-eating disorder. Teenagers with anorexia may take risky procedures to avoid eating and control the amount and eminence of the nutrients they do eat. Teenagers with bulimia nervosa typically ‘binge and purge’ by appealing in uncontrollable episodes of overindulging usually followed by compensatory behaviour such as: purging through vomiting, use of laxatives, enemas, fasting, or excessive workout