Anorexia Nervosa - Less to Worry More to Manage

Authors

  • Sambrata Chatterjee Dona Student, Department of Health Science, NSHM Knowledge Campus Kolkata, Durgapur, India

Keywords:

Anorexia nervosa, Diagnosis, Management, Reasons, Treatment, Weight gain

Abstract

From recent studies it is found that Anorexia Nervosa is of the highest mortality out of any psychiatric disorders. When we divide them and group according to classes it is seen that 0.3% is prevalent among young women, more than twice of the population are covered with teenage girls, where an average age of onset is found to be of 15 years. Studies shows that 80-90% of the anorexic patients are female. As far, observation and data collected it is seen that weight loss is the most common cause of Anorexia. Severe anorexia nervosa conditions often lead to immense distress and a frequent frustration is seen in careers and professionals. Hence certain clinical features of anorexia nervosa and its current treatment procedures will be discussed further.

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Published

19-07-2020

How to Cite

[1]
S. C. . Dona, “Anorexia Nervosa - Less to Worry More to Manage”, IJRESM, vol. 3, no. 7, pp. 133–134, Jul. 2020.

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