Signs of Anorexia

Standard

Restriction of food eaten/calories eaten
Excessive exercise to the point of exhaustion
Elaborate preparation of meals with refusal to eat
Increased preoccupation with food
Excessive gum chewing
Self isolation or decreased interest in social activities
Decreased motivation
Decreased sexual interest
Mood changes especially depression, irritability,anxiety, or apathy
Severe weight loss
Abnormal blood counts
Increased fatigue, insomnia, or dizziness
Brittle hair and nails
Irregular heart rhythms
Low blood pressure
Sore throat
Chest pain
Gait disturbances
Obsessive-compulsive behaviors

-Raine

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