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We Should Talk More About Eating Disorders Especially Anorexia Imagine walking down the street cars stores and people around you In one moment you notice a nice-looking girl with a skinny body long hair and nice dress Why she is not smiling Is she worrying abut something The truth is that she is too busy to smile she is counting calories and asking herself did I eat too much today Should I skip that apple This is what teenagers ask themselves that have anorexia an eating disorder where the main characteristics are the restriction of food and the refusal to maintain a minimal normal body weight Most anorexics lose weight by restricting their food intake To improve the level of information about anorexia in our society we should talk more about eating disorders especially anorexia People do not know a lot about anorexia but it is a very serious problem Researchers say that in the eating disorders ranked as the nations third worst health problem for girls under 18 Cohen 15 People are dying because their body used all supplies of vitamins and cannot handle hunger any more but they are still unhappy and they still think that they weigh too much Anorexia causes physical and psychological changes Eating disorders are more common in women with three women affected for every two men but it mostly attacks teenage-girls They are growing up there body is changing but they view that as getting fat About five million people in the United States most of them teenage girls have anorexia Corcos 12 An anorexic can feel hunger People with anorexia typically starve themselves even though they suffer terribly from hunger pains Hoffman Their fear is that if they eat a tiny bit or eat the wrong thing
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