When you closely examine eating disorders you realize that they are not just poor eating habits. In essence the conditions can seriously harm an individual in a psychological and physical way as well. In some cases the conditions turn out to be fatal with reports of hospitalization because of the various problems such as dehydration and malnutrition. The condition may not be easily discovered through looking at the individual outward appearance. In a sense in these conditions you may not use the physical appearance to determine the internal effects.
One of the groups of people with eating disorder includes the anorexic; these are the kind of people who basically have an obsession of being thin that they starve themselves. On the other hand Bulimics are people who are obsessed with binging and purging. Then there is the other group of people who usually take in very high amounts of calories within a short period(s). The above are the most common eating disorders and the outcomes are determined by the individual and the disorder that they may be suffering from. In the end the best way to solve these eating issues is through having sessions with the psychologist or the psychiatrist that will culminate into therapies and even grief counselling in Gold Coast to avert any problems that may arise.
When a person is suffering from malnutrition, it actually means that they have less than enough balanced diet food to satisfy their bodily functions. However, these terms can be used to describe various food related negative effects. In essence an individual can suffer from malnutrition through under eating or overeating. When an individual has less than the required amounts of minerals, vitamins and protein supplies in the body the body it can respond through the development of various eating disorders that can lead to depression, subsequently brain damage and death.
Potassium and sodium are classified as electrolytes and they are used by the body to sustain healthy body functioning. They are of paramount importance because all the cells in the body use them. Usually, in a normal individual, they are able to maintain the functioning well balanced; however, once the individual begins having the eating disorders such as forced vomiting there will be a tendency of causing an imbalance. Once the electrolyte imbalances start to manifest themselves on the body, it is a painful experience because of the muscle weakening which leads to cramping. The other effects that are caused by the electrolytes are such as the improper functioning of the brain because of the nerves being unable to conduct impulses. In such a case a person might suffer from seizures, confusion and lethargy. The person may also lack fluids which are basically known as dehydration in the body. In the same case, the lack of fats and carbohydrates can play a key role in the process of dehydration. The fact is that the self induced vomiting and starvation that usually characterizes most of these disorders can also results to dehydration and also more serious problems such as heart and kidney failure. Most individual have the self inflicted dehydration as way to lose kilos in Gold Coast but end up harming themselves.