Normal Weight Loss

The main symptoms of anorexia are:

Strong fear of becoming fat
A misconception about your body
At least 25% lower weight to length and age ratio than normal
No other disease has been identified that could cause this condition
The development of anorexia is characterized by three phases.

The first phase begins as normal weight loss, but gradually the process turns into fasting and becomes an obsession. Although the patient feels that he is no longer dependent on food, he constantly thinks about it. Weight is falling fast, weight loss is pronounced and worries the family. Most cases of anorexia are stopped at this stage.