Anorexia/Bulimia: Signs To Look For 1

Obviously when you are looking for signs of anorexia or bulimia the first thought in your mind would be to look for a change in weight and not really much else. Well that usually is the most obvious sign to look for, but by the time most realize the weight loss, a person has already gone extremely far into anorexia or bulimia. There are earlier signs that you can often look for to help you in determining if a person may be suffering from anorexia or bulimia. A person can have some symptoms like severe dizziness and headaches. Now the dizziness can be mild or so severe that it can literally knock the person right off of their feet. The headache can go the same way as well. This is a sign that many can get away with because it can be blamed on allergies or even a cold perhaps.

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