By Izabella von Beren
What is Bulimia?
But the age of when you get bulimia is getting younger and younger (generation)
Signs and symptoms
- Bad breathe
- Sore throat
- Sore mouth
- Tooth decay
- Swollen glands
- Irregular heartbeat
How do you get bulimia?
There is no way to catch Bulimia, like a cold. It's a disorder you get from low self-esteem, family background, trauma, and pressure from the media.
Click here to see the life of a bulimic:
- Past family members
- Low self esteem
How the digestive system works?
How the systems work when they have Bulimia?
- The digestive system is affected by Bulimia because when the body throws up the food the body doesn't get the nutrients it needs.
- The nervous system is affected by Bulimia because the brain does not feel when the stomach is full and allows you to over eat. Your brain does not have the food power to think properly.
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