her (photoflood) wrote in ed_ucate,
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eating disorders + circulatory issues.

i know from first-hand experience that when a person loses weight they sometimes feel very cold, even when the temperature of their surroundings is moderate to warm. i'm assuming this has something to do with the direct loss of weight & body fat (insulation)?

lately, however, it's my feet and hands that have been bothering me. i've read & heard that this could possibly be a circulatory issue? is this potentially related to my eating habits (as it seems the freezing extremities are a semi-recent development)? can not consuming enough food, or engaging in bulimic tendencies bring about this sort of change? thoughts, personal experiences, and scientific data are welcome.
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