I told the audience about my own battle with anorexia, which began when I was 19.
For a period of roughly three years, between the ages of 18 and 21, I suffered from a relatively serious case of anorexia.
Pigs, for example, sometimes develop their own version of anorexia.
Marie took her own life on January 19, just two months after her daughter Isabelle succumbed to the effects of anorexia nervosa.
My best guess is that it has something to do with another biological factor: Like 90% of all anorexia sufferers, I am female.
Where much intoxication is present, anorexia and dipsosis are to be noticed.
Purpura rheumatica commonly begins with malaise, anorexia, debility, sometimes with mild fever.
It is also useful in the flatulency of the aged, where it prevents the development of gas, and has a marked effect on anorexia.
The latter course is recommended by Post, and is said to avoid eructations and anorexia.
The inflammation of the mouth and throat continues, with anorexia and thirst.
1590s, "lack of appetite," Modern Latin, from Greek anorexia, from an-, privative prefix, "without" (see an- (1)) + orexis "appetite, desire," from oregein "to desire, stretch out" (cognate with Latin regere "to keep straight, guide, rule;" see regal). In current use, often short for anorexia nervosa.
anorexia an·o·rex·i·a (ān'ə-rěk'sē-ə)
Loss of appetite, especially as a result of disease.
A short name for anorexia nervosa.