Some physical signs and symptoms of Anorexia nervosa include excessive weight loss, absent menstrual periods, thinning hair, dry skin, brittle nails, cold or swollen hands and feet, fatigue, abnormal heart rhythms, low blood pressure, and bloated or upset stomach.
Emotional symptoms include; refusing to eat, inability to remember things, depression, OCD, distorted perception of self, and refusing to acknowledge the seriousness of the disease. Some signs to watch for would be skipping meals or making excuses not to eat, eating only few foods, refusing to eat in public, planning meals for others but not eating, constantly weighing themselves, cutting food into tiny pieces and exercising vigorously.
The possible impacts on anorexia is very large. Doctors