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Anorexia Nervosa is an eating disorder in which a person refuses to eat for fear of weight gain. An anorexic may appear to not have an appetite, even though signs of hunger are there, the anorexic won't respond to them. The "loss of appetite" is due to emotional states such as anxiety, irritation, anger, and fear. An average case of this disease is of a young woman who is obsessed with the idea of being thin and restricts her food intake to the point of danger; she may alternate fasting with periods of binging (bulimia). …
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