People who have standard body composition are usually healthier, move easier, function better and more efficient. Also humans who have ideal body composition have higher confidence than someone who has unsatisfactory body composition. A person who has more body fat than was standard IBM can be at risk for health issues. The health issues that can be related to obesity are cancer, diabetes, heart disease and etc. The obesity epidemic basically comes down to humans eating too much food and not doing enough exercise to burn calories, strengthens muscles and bones.
The biggest factor is that humans are persuaded by fast food companies such as McDonald's, Burger King, Pizza Hut and other type of chains and restaurants. These companies invest billions of dollars in advertising to win consumers over and to spend money on their product. While the companies are making money, human beings are also gaining weight. Fast food companies are also increasing portions such as a large, medium or extra-large fries. These fries are packed with salt and sodium. Another factor that does not help the obesity epidemic is how a person lives and manages their daily schedules.
If a person works a desk job at different hours it can be hard to find time to exercise on a daily basis. Some health problems that are associated with anorexia nervous are loss of bone strength, tooth decay, thyroid gland issues, and dehydration, sensitive to cold, depression, and poor memory. Bulimia nervous can lead to dehydration, kidney failure, irregular heartbeat, and drug and alcohol abuse. Binge eating health problems are more in depth than anorexia nervous and bulimia. Binge eating can lead to diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, gall bladder disease, trouble breathing, cancer, and sleep robbers.
The cause of eating disorders is still founded to be unknown. But through research scientist and doctors have looked at the patterns of the person who is having an eating disorder. Most eating disorders are due to confidence and personal image issues that the person is having. From a physiological standpoint, an eating disorder can lead to health problems such as an ulcer. From throwing up to much the person can tear the lining in the stomach which can lead to further digestion issues. Dehydration and vomiting can lead to electrolyte abnormalities, which includes low potassium and calcium.
Going further these issues can lead to dysfunction in the cardiac muscle. Malnutrition can lead to the body creating less estrogen and growth hormone which can lead to Infertility. By having low levels of estrogen, low calcium, peak levels of stress, can result in bone loss.