A Girl Turns Into A Zombie Because Of Weight Loss, Who Said That Skinny Girls Are Beautiful?


Food is one of the greatest pleasures of life, and even during holidays where there are gift exchanges, food is often the main attraction for a happy connection with family and friends. However for some people, the mere thought of eating can induce an adverse reaction due to an obsession with weight loss. This way of thinking can cause some people, especially women / girls, to become truly unrecognizable!

Abnormal skinny shape

The body of this girl is skinny, she does not seem to have vitality because of her diet consisting only of fruits in order to lose weight.

The media conveys a dictate of beauty with increasingly thin or even thin women, which pushes women to think that their bodies are never good enough and that they must always be thin like models. As a result, weight becomes an obsession for many women, especially the youngest of them, and sometimes by wanting to become thin, they fall into a severe and unbalanced diet, eating only fruits and drinking from the body. 'potable water.

Many young women today still feel overweight and think they need to lose weight and stop eating. These young women are unaware that having a low body mass index (BMI), that is, being too skinny, leads to health risks due to prolonged lack of nutrients. As a result, they suffer from anorexia, always feel weak and tired for lack of energy.

Various organs may also be affected by anorexia, such as weakened muscles, the cardiovascular system, the endocrine system, the lungs, the pancreas, etc. In addition, the aging process of skinny people is usually faster, which affects fertility.



Why do people choose to become skinny?

We live in a time when thinness is assimilated to beauty. So some people have an unhealthy attachment to the scale needle, and as a result they begin to develop eating disorders.

Eating disorders, such as anorexia, often involve repetitive behaviors that can be triggered by obsessive thoughts. For example, someone with anorexia may have eating obsessions and an irrational fear of gaining weight.

These obsessive thoughts about food and body image can lead to compulsive behaviors, such as:
  • Counting many times the calories and fat of foods
  • Weigh food
  • Weigh ourselves several times during the day
  • Cook foods a certain way or eat at specific times
  • Develop behaviors or food rituals to consume food.

A person with anorexia may also develop symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) that is not related to eating, such as repeated body checks, excessive washing, or the arrangement of certain objects.

This can create a permanent and dangerous cycle between obsession and compulsion that can lead to a myriad of complications for physical and mental health, especially for people with anorexia.

Anorexia is dangerous
This disease has the highest mortality rate of any psychiatric disorder. The first case of a celebrity who died because of anorexia may be that of Karen Carpenter, a singer and thresher, in the early 80's. An anorexic who was taking medication to vomit the food she ate, as well as she died of heart failure.



What if you think you have anorexia?

Treatment of anorexia
It is recommended to seek the treatment of anorexia from a qualified team of specialists in eating disorders, including a therapist, a doctor and a nutritionist. Effective and holistic treatment of eating disorders of anorexia involves 3 essential elements:

Medical: The top priority in the treatment of anorexia nervosa is to treat any serious health problems that may result from eating disorders, such as malnutrition, electrolyte imbalance, amenorrhea (absence of menstruation) and unstable heart rhythm. .

Nutritional: This component includes weight restoration, setting up and supervising a personalized meal plan and education on normal eating habits.

Therapy: The goal of this part of the treatment is to recognize the underlying problems associated with the eating disorder, to cope with the traumatic events of life, to heal them, to develop healthier coping skills and to further develop the ability to express and manage emotions.

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