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Male Anorexia - Warning Signs of Anorexia
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- Male Anorexia
As this eMedTV page explains, anorexia in males is not much different from anorexia in females. This article points out how men with the eating disorder suffer from the same problems -- and how the same treatment methods are often applied.
- Signs of Anorexia
Common signs of anorexia include reduced muscle mass, compulsive exercising, anemia, and brittle nails. This eMedTV article discusses other symptoms of the condition in detail, from the early stages of the disease to when it is more advanced.
- Treatment for Anorexia
Early anorexia treatment gives the best chance of restoring a person to normal weight. As this eMedTV Web page explains, treatment for this condition may involve medications, nutritional counseling, and, in severe cases, hospitalization.
- Warning Signs of Anorexia
Of the warning signs of anorexia, excessive weight loss is the most obvious. However, as this eMedTV article explains, there are often subtle warning signs as well, such as dressing in layers and conducting elaborate rituals around food.