anorexia

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Englisch - Türkisch
iştahsızlık

Kızım zaten dört senedir iştahsızlıktan ızdırap çekmekte. - My daughter has been suffering from anorexia for four years already.

İnsanların kendilerini açlıktan ölmelerine yol açabilecek derecede aç bıraktıkları bir yemek yeme alışkanlığı
{i} anoreksi

O bir genç olarak anoreksiyadan muzdaripti. - She suffered from anorexia as a teenager.

O, anoreksiyadan muzdarip. - She suffers from anorexia.

anorexia, anorexy
(Tıp) Gıdalara karşı iştahsızlık, anoreksi
anorexia nervosa
anoreksiya nervoza
anorexia nervosa
insanların kendilerini açlıktan ölmelerine yol açabilecek derecede aç bıraktıkları bir yemek yeme alışkanlığı
anorexia nervosa
anoreksi
elective anorexia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tercihli anoreksi
elective anorexia
(Tıp) elektif anoreksi
Englisch - Englisch
Loss of appetite, especially as a result of disease
anorexia nervosa
Loss of appetite
Loss of appetite; a condition marked by loss of appetite leading to weight loss
the uncontrolled lack or loss of the appetite for food [*]
having little or no appetite for food
Lack or loss of appetite for food
Lack or loss of appetite for food, accompanied by a noticeable weight loss if it is chronic
A decreased appetite or aversion to food Anorexia nervosa is a serious psychological disorder characterized by an extreme aversion to food, most often affecting young women
lack of appetite
Walt's Bulimia and Anorexia Q&A Archive The uncontrolled lack or loss of the appetite for food
Prolonged loss of appetite that leads to significant weight loss
Poor appetite
Loss of appetite or aversion to food Anorexia nervosa is a serious psychological disorder characterised by an extreme aversion to food, most often affecting young women
The loss of appetite
a prolonged disorder of eating due to loss of appetite
Loss of appetite leading to severe weight loss
diminished appetite and/or aversion to food
The loss of apetite Some women diagnosed with ovarian cancer lose their appetite because of illness or therapies used to treat the disease
Absence of appetite
Loss of appetite This may be due to lots of things, such as chemotherapy or radiation, depression about having cancer, or the cancer itself
Anorexia or anorexia nervosa is an illness in which a person has an overwhelming fear of becoming fat, and so refuses to eat enough and becomes thinner and thinner. a mental illness that makes someone stop eating (from an- + orexis )
Want of appetite, without a loathing of food
{i} emotional eating disorder characterized by self-induced starvation, anorexia nervosa; persistent loss of appetite
anorexia nervosa
An eating disorder characterized by self starvation due to a fear of gaining weight
anorexia nervosa
A personality disorder manifested by extreme aversion to food, usually occurring in young women
anorexia nervosa
Walt's Anorexia Q&A Archive An eating disorder characterized a misperception of body image Individuals with anorexia nervosa often believe they are overweight even when they are grossly underweight Profound intracellular zinc deficiency is the most common known cause of continued anorexia, since a vicious cycle occurs See also Zinc Talley Test
anorexia nervosa
An eating disorder primarily affecting adolescent girls and young adult women, characterized by a pathological fear of becoming fat, distorted body image, excessive dieting, and emaciation No loss of appetite occurs until the late stages of the disease
anorexia nervosa
(psychiatry) a psychological disorder characterized by somatic delusions that you are too fat despite being emaciated
anorexia nervosa
{i} mental disorder characterized by avoidance of food and compulsive weight control that sometimes leads to self-starvation (Psychiatry)
anorexia nervosa
Eating disorder characterized by self-starvation Eating disorder characterized by self-starvation
anorexia nervosa
An eating disorder characterized by refusal to maintain a minimally normal weight for height and age The condition includes weight loss leading to maintenance of body weight 15 percent below normal; an intense fear of weight gain or becoming fat, despite the individual's underweight status; a disturbance in the self-awareness of one's own body weight or shape; and in females, the absence of at least three consecutive menstrual cycles that would otherwise be expected to occur
anorexia nervosa
an eating disorder characterized by obsessive, restrictive eating, often to a point close to starvation, in order to feel a sense of control over the body
anorexia nervosa
According to the DSM-IV, a person with Anorexia Nervosa must have the following symptoms: refusal to maintain body weight at or above a minimally normal weight for age and height; intense fear of gaining weight or becoming fat, even though underweight; disturbance in the way in which one's body weight or shape is experienced, undue influence of body weight or shape on self-evaluation, or denial of the seriousness of the current low body weight; and amenorrhea (in postmenarcheal females)
anorexia nervosa
An eating disorder with an intense and irrational feeling of being fat that leads to excessive restriction of food intake and weight loss that may be life threatening It usually occurs in adolescence or early adulthood and is much more common in females than males
anorexia nervosa
Failure to maintain one's body weight at a normal level, resulting from an intense desire to be thin, a fear of gaining weight, or a disturbance in body image. Anorexia nervosa usually starts in late adolescence and occurs mostly in young women. One will go to great lengths to resist eating and to lose weight, including bulimia and vigorous exercise. A usual symptom is amenorrhea. Medical complications can be life-threatening. Treatment includes psychological and social therapy
anorexia nervosa
An eating disorder characterized a misperception of body image Individuals with anorexia nervosa often believe they are overweight even when they are grossly underweight Profound intracellular zinc deficiency is the most common known cause
anorexia nervosa
– eating disorder characterized by refusal to maintain body weight over a minimal normal weight for age and height; intense fear of gaining weight or becoming fat, even though underweight
anorexia nervosa
Affecting up to 1% of young woman in the United States, with a larger percentage having milder versions of the illness Marked by fear of gaining weight despite being below normal weight In women, this weight loss causes the missing of menstrual periods Requires treatment from clinician with experience with eating disorders Responds moderately to SSRIs
anorexia nervosa
an eating disorder in which a person undereats to the point of starvation, based on the extremely distorted belief that she (usually) or he is overweight
corporate anorexia
Weakness or inefficiency of a commercial organisation resulting from layoffs, resource cuts, etc
anorexia nervosa
anorexia
corporate anorexia
A condition in which a corporation does not have enough employees to meet its goals or needs, especially as a consequence of downsizing
anorexia

    Silbentrennung

    an·o·rex·i·a

    Türkische aussprache

    änıreksiı

    Aussprache

    /ˌanərˈeksēə/ /ˌænɜrˈɛksiːə/

    Etymologie

    [ "a-n&-'rek-sE-&, -'rek ] (noun.) 1598. From Ancient Greek ἀνορεξία, from ἀν- (“without”) + ὄρεξις (“appetite”).

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    anorexia nervosa

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