How Do You Recognize The Symptoms Of Bulimia?
Bulimia is an eating disorder that affects the way a person looks at food and her personal body image. There are a wide range of bulimia symptoms that often go unnoticed because of the stigma associated with the psychological condition. Many symptoms are subtle and often require the help of a doctor to recognize. Read the book “Bulimia Nervosa,” designed to help doctors and patients recognize the symptoms of bulimia. Secrecy surrounding eating and excessive expectations of privacy after eating are symptoms of bulimia. Binge eating and purging are both private activities that usually happen behind closed doors. Notice the coloration of fingers. Bulimia patients often purge by cramming fingers down the throat. Physical symptoms of purging can show up as sores on bulimic’s fingers. Frequent bathroom visits directly after eating can be a sign of bulimia. Bulimics often purge right after eating no matter where they are, and you may notice the smell of vomit or the constant use of gum or min