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Anorexia nervosa is a disorder in which the patient has a constant fear of gaining weight. People who suffer from this emotional disorder have a fear of gaining weight even if they are underweight. This causes them to use excessive exercise or other methods (such as laxatives, vomiting after eating) to lose weight.

There are two types of anorexia nervosa:-

Restricted Anorexia

Overeating Anorexia

Restricted Anorexia:- Persons suffering from restricted anorexia put extreme restrictions on their food and drink. These people are always worried about their calories and such people also keep counting calories. Keeping a distance from the diet, such people depend exclusively on the carbohydrate content. Such people also exercise excessively.

Distaste for eating in large quantities:- Such people also put restrictions on their food and drink. But, eating more food while eating does not hold back. But, such people also vomit after eating. Such people gradually start falling mentally ill without paying attention.

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