Anorexia is an eating disorder and serious mental health condition.
According to the NHS, people who have anorexia try to keep their weight as low as possible by not eating enough food or exercising too much, or both.
This can have serious consequences for people's health.
What are some of the signs of anorexia?
People under 18 my have a lower weight and height than expected for their age
Adults may have an unusually low body mass index (BMI)
Missing meals, eating very little or avoiding eating any foods
People believing they are fat when they are a healthy weight or underweight
Taking medication to reduce hunger
Periods stopping (in women who have not reached menopause) or not starting (in younger women and girls)
Feeling lightheaded or dizzy, hair loss or dry skin
Where can I find more information and help?