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What is anorexia nervosa?

Anorexia nervosa is a serious, often chronic, and life-threatening eating disorder defined by a refusal to
maintain minimal body weight within 15 percent of an individual's normal weight. Other essential features of
this disorder include an intense fear of gaining weight, a distorted body image, and amenorrhea (absence
of at least three consecutive menstrual cycles when they are otherwise expected to occur). In addition to
the classic pattern of restrictive eating, some people will also engage in recurrent binge eating and
purging episodes. Starvation, weight loss, and related medical complications are quite serious and can
result in death. People who have an ongoing preoccupation with food and weight even when they are thin
would benefit from exploring their thoughts and relationships with a therapist. The term anorexia literally
means loss of appetite, but this is a misnomer. In fact, people with anorexia nervosa ignore hunger and
thus control their desire to eat. This desire is frequently sublimated through cooking for others or hiding
food that they will not eat in their personal space. Obsessive exercise may accompany the starving
behavior and cause others to assume the person must be healthy.

Who develops anorexia nervosa?

Like all eating disorders, anorexia nervosa tends to occur in pre- or post-puberty, but can develop at any
major life change. Anorexia nervosa predominately affects adolescent girls and young adult women,
although it also occurs in men and older women. One reason younger women are particularly vulnerable to
eating disorders is their tendency to go on strict diets to achieve an "ideal" figure. This obsessive dieting
behavior reflects today's societal pressure to be thin, which is seen in advertising and the media. Others
especially at risk for eating disorders include athletes, actors, dancers, models, and TV personalities for
whom thinness has become a professional requirement. For the person with anorexia nervosa, the
satisfaction of control achieved over weight and food becomes very important if the rest of their life is
chaotic and emotionally painful.

How many people suffer from anorexia nervosa?

Conservative estimates suggest that one-half to one percent of females in the U.S. develop anorexia
nervosa. Because more than 90 percent of all those who are affected are adolescent and young women, the
disorder has been been characterized as primarily a woman's illness. It should be noted, however, that
males and children as young as seven years old have been diagnosed; and women 50, 60, 70, and even 80
years of age have fit the diagnosis.

How is the weight lost?

People with anorexia nervosa usually lose weight by reducing their total food intake and exercising
excessively. Many persons with this disorder restrict their intake to fewer than 1,000 calories per day. Most
avoid fattening, high-calorie foods and eliminate meats. The diet of persons with anorexia nervosa may
consist almost completely of low-calorie vegetables like lettuce and carrots, or popcorn.

What are the common signs of anorexia nervosa?

The hallmark of anorexia nervosa is a preoccupation with food and a refusal to maintain minimally normal
body weight. One of the most frightening aspects of the disorder is that people with anorexia nervosa
continue to think they look fat even when they are bone-thin. Their nails and hair become brittle, and their
skin may become dry and yellow. Depression is common in patients suffering from this disorder. People
with anorexia nervosa often complain of feeling cold (hypothermia) because their body temperature drops.
They may develop lanugo (a term used to describe the fine hair on a new born) on their body.

Persons with anorexia nervosa develop strange eating habits such as cutting their food into tiny pieces,
refusing to eat in front of others, or fixing elaborate meals for others that they themselves don't eat. Food
and weight become obsessions as people with this disorder constantly think about their next encounter
with food. Generally, if a person fears he or she has anorexia nervosa, a doctor knowledgeable about
eating disorders should make a diagnosis and rule out other physical disorders. Other psychiatric
disorders can occur together with anorexia nervosa, such as depression and obsessive-compulsive

What are the causes of anorexia nervosa?

Knowledge about the causes of anorexia nervosa is inconclusive, and the causes may be varied. In an
attempt to understand and uncover the origins of eating disorders, scientists have studied the
personalities, genetics, environments, and biochemistry of people with these illnesses. Certain personality
traits common in persons with anorexia nervosa are low self-esteem, social isolation (which usually occurs
after the behavior associated with anorexia nervosa begins), and perfectionism. These people tend to be
good students and excellent athletes. It does seem clear (although this may not be recognized by the
patient), that focusing on weight loss and food allows the person to ignore problems that are too painful or
seem irresolvable.

Eating disorders also tend to run in families, with female relatives most often affected. A girl has a 10 to 20
times higher risk of developing anorexia nervosa, for instance, if she has a sibling with the disease. This
finding suggests that genetic factors may predispose some people to eating disorders. Behavioral and
environmental influences may also play a role. Stressful events are likely to increase the risk of eating
disorders as well. In studies of the biochemical functions of people with eating disorders, scientists have
found that the neurotransmitters serotonin and nor epinephrine are decreased in those with anorexia,
which links them with patients suffering from depression. People with anorexia nervosa also tend to have
higher than normal levels of cortisol (a brain hormone released in response to stress) and vasopressin (a
brain chemical found to be abnormal in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder).

Are there medical complications?

The starvation experienced by persons with anorexia nervosa can cause damage to vital organs such as
the heart and brain. Pulse rate and blood pressure drop, and people suffering from this illness may
experience irregular heart rhythms or heart failure. Nutritional deprivation causes calcium loss from bones,
which can become brittle and prone to breakage. In the worst-case scenario, people with anorexia can
starve themselves to death. Anorexia nervosa is among the psychiatric conditions having the highest
mortality rates, killing up to six percent of its victims.

Is treatment available?

Luckily, most of the complications experienced by persons with anorexia nervosa are reversible when they
restore weight. People with this disorder should be diagnosed and treated as soon as possible because
eating disorders are most successfully treated when diagnosed early. Some patients can be treated as
outpatients, but some may need hospitalization to stabilize their dangerously low weight. Weight gain of
one to three pounds per week is considered safe and desirable. The most effective strategies for treating a
patient have been weight restoration within ten percent of normal, and individual, family, and group

To help people with anorexia nervosa overcome their disorder, a variety of approaches are used. Some
form of psychotherapy is needed to deal with underlying emotional issues. Cognitive-behavioral therapy is
sometimes used to change abnormal thoughts and behaviors. Group therapy is often advised so people
can share their experiences with others. Family therapy is important particularly if the individual is living at
home and is a young adolescent. A physician or advanced-practice nurse is needed to prescribe
medications that may be useful in treating the disorder. Finally, a nutritionist may be necessary to advise
the patient about proper diet and eating regimens. Where support groups are available, they can be
beneficial to both patients and families.

What about prevention?

New research findings are showing that some of the "traits" in individuals who develop anorexia nervosa
are actual "risk factors" that might be treated early on. For example, low self esteem, body dissatisfaction,
and dieting may be identified and interventions instituted before an eating disorder develops.  Advocacy
groups have also been effective in reducing dangerous media stories, such as teen magazine articles on
"being thin" that may glamorize such risk factors as dieting.