Report on Bulimia Nervosa
Bulimia nervosa, better known as bulimia, is most common among female adolescents through their mid-twenties. Families with a history of mental health problems, eating disorders, physical illness, or substance abuse are more likely to produce people who become bulimic in their adolescent years.
They often binge by eating large amounts, up to 55, 000 calories; and then purge by inducing vomiting or misusing laxatives and diuretics or other medications that prevent their bodies from retaining all the food consumed. …
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