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Essay heading: Psychological Disorders: Anorexia Nervosa
 
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It occurs 8 times more in people who have relatives with the disorder. Women whose mothers or sisters have had the disorder are more likely to develop the condition than those who do not. Life transitions can trigger anorexia nervosa to someone who is already vulnerable. Things like starting a new school or job or being teased to traumatic events like rape can lead to the onset of anorexia...
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Life transitions can trigger anorexia nervosa to someone who is already vulnerable. Things like starting a new school or job or being teased to traumatic events like rape can lead to the onset of anorexia. Symptoms of anorexia vary widely and each child may experience signs differently. An anorexic might develop rituals around eating, such as excessive chewing, eating food in certain order, or counting bites...
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