Common types of eating disorders
(not limited to)​

Anorexia nervosa

Trying to keep body weight as low as possible by not eating enough food or/and exercising too much.

Bulimia nervosa

Episodes of loss of control of food intake and ingestion of large amounts of food in a short period of time, followed in compensatory behaviors, such as self-induced vomiting, excessive exercise, or laxative use.

Binge eating

Losing control over food and consuming large amount of food in a short period of time, just like in bulimia, but in the absence of compensatory behaviours, which can lead to important weight gain.

Eating disorder not otherwise specified

Orthorexia: An obsession with eating food that are considered “healthy” and feeling guilty if foods perceived as “unhealthy” are consumed. 

Bigorexia: Obsession over feelings of not having enough muscle mass, often doing excessive exercise, or taking excessive amount of supplements to increase muscle mass.

Early intervention of eating disorder treatment is critical to prevent long-term physical damage.

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