To anticipate weight put on or to keep getting in shape, individuals with anorexia for the most part seriously limit the measure of nourishment they eat.
They may control calorie admission by misusing so as to heave in the wake of eating or purgatives, eating regimen helps, diuretics or bowel purges. They might likewise attempt to get in shape by practicing too.
A typical case of anorexia nervosa involves a young person (teenager or young adult) who is mildly overweight or of normal weight and who begins a diet and exercise plan to lose weight. As he or she loses weight and receives initial positive reinforcement for this behavior (eg, compliments by peers on his or her appearance), the reward is high and causes an inability to stop this behavior once an ideal weight is achieved.