Some of the signs of Anorexia Nervosa are easy to spot, but some are much more difficult to notice. The most common symptom of Anorexia in teens is rapid weight loss or a refusal to maintain a healthy body weight, however there are many more signs of eating disorders in teens that appear before the obvious ones such as lethargy, moodiness or depression, or a preoccupation with food, exercise, eating or thinness. If you begin to notice any of these signs of disordered eating such as calorie restriction, overexercising or purging, it’s time to call Adolescent Growth. The following is a list of both common and less common signs and symptoms of Anorexia Nervosa in teens.
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