Eating Disorder May Accelerate The Risk Of Death

A new study formed little day earlier by the researcher of the Loughborough University in the U.K. which stated that the people who had been suffering from  bulimia, anorexia and unspecified eating disorders might face a higher rate of death than those people who was living without this disease.

To justify the entire fact, the researchers included over three dozen of study which they conducted between the periods of 1966 to 2010. The entire study was followed over more than 17,000 individuals along with this disease of eating disorders and it had found that the individuals who were then suffering from bulimia, anorexia or other types of eating disorders had associated with a higher rate of death than their healthy eating counterparts.

The study also stated that individuals who were living with anorexia nervosa were 5 times more likely to die, though 1 in 5 anorexia-related deaths were happened due to committed suicide, 2 were happened due to bulimics and rest 2 happened due to unspecified eating disorders.

The people, those are living with anorexia may have a distorted body image which even causes them to see themselves overweight, though at that moment they are even dangerously thin.  Often refusing to compulsory exercise and developing some usual habit such as refusing to eat for some cause or in front of the others they may lose a bulk amount of their body weight, which may even starve them towards death.

Here is not over, even eating disorder may associate with some anorexia nervosa problem including low blood pressure, abdominal pain, damage to the heart and other vital organs, slowed heartbeat, loss of muscle mass, abdominal pain, fine body hair growth, hair loss and sensitivity during the cold period.

In spite of the existing fact, hospitalization for eating disorders already jumped near about 119 percent during the period of year 1999 to 2006. Though, the researchers of the Loughborough University in the U.K. have not yet confirmed any particular reason to account for the increase in death among those people who are living with eating disorders, but aside from that it can be clearly said that the entire effects of this disease at the major part of organ must be a contributing factor.