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Whole body: dehydration, dizziness, fainting, fatigue, low blood pressure, low body temperature, osteoporosis, water-electrolyte imbalance, or feeling coldBehavioral: binge eating, compulsive behavior, hyperactivity, impulsivity, or social isolationWeight: underweight, weight loss, or extreme weight loss and thinnessMenstrual: irregular menstruation or absence of menstruationMood: anxiety, apprehension, or guiltDevelopmental: delayed puberty or slow growthGastrointestinal: constipation or vomitingPsychological: depression or fearAlso common: brittle nails, bruising, dieting, dry hair, dry skin, headache, laxative abuse, sensitivity to cold, or slow heart rate

Mary-Kate OlsenAxis 1- Slight depressive disorderAxis 2- None knownAxis 3- None knownAxis 4- Very sucsesful, famous, child star, important family, single.Axix 5- She was at a 70 but now she is at a 95.

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Although anorexia's cause is unknown, there are many factors that contribute to anorexia. Girls sometimes develop anorexia if a female family member has it. Many people with anorexia tend to over exercise and prepare food for family or friends but do not eat it. People with anorexia tend to think that being thinner will make their life better. They tend to be outgoing, perfectionists, and overachievers. Experts believe that anorexia is an unconscious attemt to come to terms with unsolved conflicts or painful childhood experiences.

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Start having a self image of fatness. Begin to eat less in the day, count calories, see how long they can last without eating. They become obsessed with excercising and have an irregular heartbeat. Often other mental health conditions occur along with anorexia, such as depression.

Between 0.5–1% of American women suffer from anorexia nervosa. Between 5-20% of individuals struggling with anorexia nervosa will die. Anorexia nervosa has one of the highest death rates of any mental health condition.

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