Restriction of energy intake compared to needs. It leads to a low weight for the age, sex and stage of development in which the person is. Intense fear of weight gain and obesity, even when underweight. Alteration in the perception of the silhouette and weight, exaggerating their importance and denying the danger of low body weight. In women who have passed puberty, presence of amenorrhea. Bulimia nervosa this disorder is defined as the alteration of eating behavior characterized by a lack of control in food intake.
The person affected by bulimia nervosa eats large amounts of food , most commonly unhealthy, that is, foods rich in saturated fats, sugars, etc. This type of food consumption generates a feeling of guilt, makes them think that they are going to gain weight and they whatsapp number list look for ways to prevent these effects. Some of the methods they use are very intense physical activity, self-provoking vomiting , use of diuretics and laxatives, restrictive diets... This alteration is also divided into two types: purging type bulimia nervosa. Characterized by purging after consuming large amounts of food. Non-purging bulimia nervosa.
These are periods in which the victim follows the guidelines of the anorexic patient. Bulimia diagnostic criteria for the diagnosis of anorexia nervosa, the criteria of dsm-5 and icd-10 are followed. They are the following: according to icd-10: continuous concern about food, irresistible desire to eat that leads the victim to "binge" in which they consume large amounts of food in very short periods of time. Feelings of guilt after binge eating episodes and practice of purgative activities. In cases in which bulimia affects diabetic patients, it is possible that they abandon insulin treatment. Fear of getting fat. The victim has a much lower than optimal weight goal. In