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 Meet Dr. Kwang

When you are looking for an alternative to your current medical care where do you go?  Who can you reach out to? Herbal solutions have been healing people for thousands of years.  People have been living a better quality of life using natural remedies. Get to the root cause of your problems and don't get stuck in being able to reach ultimate health. Medical researchers are researching herbs to make new drugs. Why not go straight to the source?  Herbs work better than chemical alternatives regardless. This is why you can't rebuild your body back to health. Chemicals can only keep your body from feeling worse. Drugs do not activate your body's full healing potential.


Being a Chiropractor in Los Angeles and near Hollywood is easy access via the Metro and Freeway. Kwang Wellness is close to the Los Angeles and Burbank Airports. Kwang Wellness shipping division is especially trained to forward our Medicinal Chinese Herb Teas to those who live outside Los Angeles. By analyzing your DNA you get the program that will empower you during your detox cleanse and programs for other issues with the body.  

Using Chinese herbal teas are effective in weakening external pathogens quickly.  This will allow the immune system to attack the external pathogens and destroy them. This takes the stress off a weakened body. Chronically sick people need to eradicate external pathogens quickly to begin the healing process.  The human body can cope for years with fungus and parasites.  By getting a strand of your hair analyzed, you will be given a program specifically to help your body receive the correct herbal teas and liquid vitamins to help restore your health naturally with solutions to your health problems.. ~Dr. Charles Kwang 


 Dr. Charles Kwang 
a Los Angeles Natural Health Practitioner 
Chiropractor and  Nutritionist/Herbalist; 
with staff a Masseuse delivering 
Lymph Massage & Acupuncture 

Dr. Kwang offers alternative natural solutions to health problems.  Dr. Kwang is a certified Nutritionist and Herbalist and employs hair analysis and DNA testing in cutting edge detox program designed to address unresolving chronic pain and illness. Dr. Kwang’s natural health procedures address what is blocking the system from its own natural detox and healing process. Dr. Kwang has helped over 1000 patients restore their natural ability to eliminate the toxins generating inflammation and preventing painful conditions from improving.  Dr. Kwang has the magical ability to get rid of unwanted conditions for those ready to work on themselves holistically.  Call and come in to our Los Angeles CA office or go online submit a sample and receive a DNA test health analysis and begin your path to health. 

Gonstead Chiropractic Method  & Master Nutritionist / Herbalist 

Founder of Kwang Liquid Vitamin C, D3, Oxygen, Immune Formula's 1, 2 and 3 and much much more, along with all liquid herbs, vitamins, and DNA analysis. Videos of Dr. Kwang are on the "About" page for the educational background videos

The ancient Chinese write up on medicine library was purchased by Dr. Kwang and translated to English passing down through the ages a source of the body healing alternative to regular medicine. By the time of the Han Dynasty about 100 BC, China had become a major center of medical research and the home of some of the world's best doctors. These doctors wrote the Neijing, a book about medicine, organizing and explaining all of their treatments. Through Dr. Kwang's research and discovery he has a factory that makes these "teas" and ships them all over the world after the DNA analysis,  bringing the best alternative healings custom made for each individual.


Detoxify your way back to health. Being a nutritionist and natural healing chiropractor in the big city I picked up all kinds of tips on how to stay healthy on a budget and still keep my individuality as I empower you.  Eating a proper, nutritious diet offers numerous health benefits that keep you mentally and physically well.  Proper nutrition doesn’t mean starving yourself, but instead means eating a diet balanced in lean proteins, carbs and fats.  Ginseng, as one example of the many herbs I use in my Chinese Medicine, is valued for its ability to boost energy levels and speed metabolism. I specialize in detoxification and I will be guiding you to the package that is right for you in building your immune system for starters.
~Dr. Charles Kwang 

Our immune system is very effective in keeping bacteria and viruses at bay. The fungus and parasites are not so easy.  They are immune to our white blood cells. Fungus has been able to attach themselves to white blood cells. Parasites are too big or have shielding that makes them impervious to white blood cell attack.

The idea that Chinese herbal medicine has come about was to help with the attack of external pathogens.  Our immune system is very good when it is well maintained with proper diet, exercise, and sleep.  When we compromise our own immune system we lend ourselves to attack.  We become infected with fungus and parasites when our immune system is compromised.  It takes time to rebuild our immune system.  If we deplete our own reserves then we will not be able to rebuild our immune system.

A successful nutritional program is to eat vegetables and fruits for the minerals and vitamins; grains, seeds and beans provide essential amino acids and essential fats. This will give us the reserves we need to maintain our immune system.



10 Health Problems Related to Stress That You Can Fix

By R. Morgan Griffin

Need another thing to get stressed out about? Your stress itself could be making you sick.

"Stress doesn't only make us feel awful emotionally," says Jay Winner, MD, author of Take the Stress Out of Your Life and director of the Stress Management Program for Sansum Clinic in Santa Barbara, Calif. "It can also exacerbate just about any health condition you can think of."

Studies have found many health problems related to stress. Stress seems to worsen or increase the risk of conditions like obesity, heart disease, Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, depression, gastrointestinal problems, and asthma.

Before you get too stressed out about being stressed out, there is some good news. Following some simple stress relief tips could both lower your stress and lower your health risks.

10 Health Problems Related to Stress

What are some of the most significant health problems related to stress? Here's a sampling.

1.   Heart disease. Researchers have long suspected that the stressed-out, type A personality has a higher risk of high blood pressure and heart problems. We don't know why, exactly. Stress can directly increase heart rate and blood flow, and causes the release of cholesterol and triglycerides into the blood stream. It's also possible that stress is related to other problems -- an increased likelihood of smoking or obesity -- that indirectly increase the heart risks.
Doctors do know that sudden emotional stress can be a trigger for serious cardiac problems, including heart attacks. People who have chronic heart problems need to avoid acute stress -- and learn how to successfully manage life's unavoidable stresses -- as much as they can.

2.   Asthma. Many studies have shown that stress can worsen asthma. Some evidence suggests that a parent's chronic stress might even increase the risk of developing asthma in their children. One study looked at how parental stress affected the asthma rates of young children who were also exposed to air pollution or whose mothers smoked during pregnancy. The kids with stressed out parents had a substantially higher risk of developing asthma.

3.   Obesity. Excess fat in the belly seems to pose greater health risks than fat on the legs or hips -- and unfortunately, that's just where people with high stress seem to store it. "Stress causes higher levels of the hormone cortisol," says Winner, "and that seems to increase the amount of fat that's deposited in the abdomen."

4.   Diabetes. Stress can worsen diabetes in two ways. First, it increases the likelihood of bad behaviors, such as unhealthy eating and excessive drinking. Second, stress seems to raise the glucose levels of people with type 2 diabetes directly.

5.   Headaches. Stress is considered one of the most common triggers for headaches -- not just tension headaches, but migraines as well.

6.   Depression and anxiety. It's probably no surprise that chronic stress is connected with higher rates of depression and anxiety. One survey of recent studies found that people who had stress related to their jobs -- like demanding work with few rewards -- had an 80% higher risk of developing depression within a few years than people with lower stress.

7.   Gastrointestinal problems. Here's one thing that stress doesn't do -- it doesn't cause ulcers. However, it can make them worse. Stress is also a common factor in many other GI conditions, such as chronic heartburn (or gastroesophageal reflux disease, GERD) and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), Winner says.

8.   Alzheimer's disease. One animal study found that stress might worsen Alzheimer's disease, causing its brain lesions to form more quickly. Some researchers speculate that reducing stress has the potential to slow down the progression of the disease.

9.   Accelerated aging. There's actually evidence that stress can affect how you age. One study compared the DNA of mothers who were under high stress -- they were caring for a chronically ill child -- with women who were not. Researchers found that a particular region of the chromosomes showed the effects of accelerated aging. Stress seemed to accelerate aging about 9 to 17 additional years.

10.                  Premature death. A study looked at the health effects of stress by studying elderly caregivers looking after their spouses -- people who are naturally under a great deal of stress. It found that caregivers had a 63% higher rate of death than people their age who were not caregivers.

Still, you might be wondering why. Why would stress make us sick? Why would an emotional feeling wreck havoc on our bodies?

Stress isn't only a feeling. "Stress isn't just in your head," Winner says. It's a built-in physiologic response to a threat. When you're stressed, your body responds. Your blood vessels constrict. Your blood pressure and pulse rise. You breathe faster. Your bloodstream is flooded with hormones such as cortisol and adrenaline.

"When you're chronically stressed, those physiologic changes, over time, can lead to health problems," Winner tells WebMD.

Stress Management Works

While the number of health problems related to stress might be alarming, don't despair. Studies suggest that stress management techniques will not only make you feel better, but they might have concrete health benefits.

For instance, one study of heart attack survivors found that taking a stress management class slashed their risks of a second cardiac event by 74%. There's even some evidence that stress management will improve immunity.

Still, many of us remain skeptical about stress management. After all, our lives are just plain stressful. We have busy jobs, families to raise, tight finances, and no time to spare. Stress management might seem like a nice idea, but completely impossible.

It's true that you might not be able to remove all the stressful things from your life. But you can change how you respond to them, Winner says. That's what stress management is all about. Learning some basic stress relief techniques isn't difficult, either.

4 Ways to Fight Back Against Stress -- and Improve Your Health

The next time you feel stressed, here are four stress relief tips you can try.

1.   Breathe deeply. Just a few minutes of deep breathing can calm you and tame the physiologic stress response, Winner says. While building in a specific time to relax each day is a good idea, one advantage to deep breathing for stress relief is that you can do it anywhere -- at your desk or in your (parked) car, for instance.
Winner recommends that as you breathe out, you relax a specific muscle group. Start with the muscles in your jaw. On the next breath out, relax your shoulders. Move through the different areas of your body until you're feeling calm.

2.   Focus on the moment. When you're stressed, you're probably living in the future or the past. You're worried about what to do next or regretful about something you've already done. To get some stress relief, instead try focusing on what you're doing right now.
"You can calm yourself by bringing yourself back to the present moment," says Winner. "If you're walking, feel the sensation of your legs moving. If you're eating, focus on the taste and the sensation of the food."

3.   Reframe the situation. So you're already running late and then find yourself stuck in terrible traffic. Getting worked up is a natural reaction, but it won't help you at all. Rather than swearing and pounding the steering wheel, get a different perspective. Look at that time as an opportunity -- a few minutes to yourself where you don't have any other obligations.

4.   Keep your problems in perspective. It might seem Pollyannaish, but the next time you're feeling stressed out, think about the things for which you're grateful.
"We get stressed when we focus so much on a specific problem that we lose perspective," says Winner. "You need to remind yourself of the basic ways in which you're lucky -- that you have family and friends, that you can see, that you can walk." It can be a surprisingly effective method for stress relief.

While these stress management techniques can help in the moment, you can also make a few larger changes to your way of life. Regular exercise is key to long-term stress management, says Winner. People who exercise tend to have better moods and more energy than people who don't. What's more, regular exercise will independently lower your risks for many health problems.

Learning some relaxation techniques, meditation, or yoga will help with stress management, too. Getting good at any of these approaches will take a little time and practice, but the payoff -- for your short-term mood and long-term health -- could be substantial.

Symptoms of 12 serious diseases and health problems facts

When is a cough "just" a cough, or a headache a symptom to be concerned about? Listed are signs and symptoms that could indicate a serious health condition, and you should see a doctor if you experience any symptoms of concern. Sometimes, a symptom in one part of the body may be a sign of a problem in another part of the body. Moreover, unrelated symptoms that might be minor on their own could be warning signs of a more serious medical disease or condition. Listen to your body, note all symptoms, and share them in detail with your doctor.

•    Signs of a heart attack include pain, pressure, squeezing, or feeling of fullness in the center of the chest that lasts more than a few minutes; pain or discomfort in other areas of the upper body; shortness of breath; cold sweat; nausea; or lightheadedness.

•    Signs of a stroke include facial drooping, arm weakness, difficulty with speech, rapidly developing dizziness or balance, sudden numbness or weakness, loss of vision, confusion, or severe headache.

•    Symptoms of reproductive health problems include bleeding or spotting between periods; itching, burning, or irritation genital area; pain or discomfort during sex; heavy or painful menstrual bleeding; severe pelvic/abdominal pain; unusual vaginal discharge; feeling of fullness in the lower abdomen; and frequent urination or urinary urgency.

•    Symptoms of breast problems include nipple discharge, unusual breast tenderness or pain, breast or nipple skin changes, or lump or thickening in or near breast or in the underarm area.

•    Symptoms of lung problems include coughing up blood, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, chronic cough, repeated bouts of bronchitis or pneumonia, and wheezing.

•    Symptoms of stomach or digestive problems include rectal bleeding, blood in the stool or black stools, changes in bowel habits or not being able to control bowels, constipation, diarrhea, heartburn or acid reflux, or vomiting blood.

•    Symptoms of bladder problems include difficult or painful urination, frequent urination, loss of bladder control, blood in urine, waking frequently at night to urinate or wetting the bed at night, or leaking urine.

•    Symptoms of skin problems include changes in skin moles, frequent flushing and redness of face and neck, jaundice, skin lesions that don't go away or heal, new growths or moles on the skin, and thick, red skin with silvery patches.

•    Symptoms of muscle or joint problems include persistent muscle pains and body aches that are persistent, for example, numbness or tingling; pain, tenderness, stiffness, swelling, inflammation, or redness in or around joints; and decreased range of motion or loss of function of any joints or muscles.

•    Symptoms of emotional problems include anxiety, depression fatigue, feeling tense, flashbacks and nightmares, disinterest in regular activities, suicidal thoughts, hallucinations, or delusions.

•    Symptoms of headache problems (not including everyday tension headaches) include headaches that come on suddenly, "the worst headache of your life," and headache associated with severe dizziness, nausea, vomiting, and inability to walk.

•    Symptoms of eating or weight problems include extreme thirst, dehydration, excessive hunger, losing weight without trying, binging, vomiting, starvation, preoccupation with food and weight, distorted body image, compulsive exercise, abuse of laxatives or diet pills, and depression

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 Heart Attack Symptoms in Women

Chest pain and pressure are the characteristic symptoms of a heart attack; however, women are somewhat more likely than men to experience heart attack that does not occur in this typical fashion. Instead, some women with heart attacks may experience more of the other symptoms, like

15 Signs and Symptoms of a Heart Attack

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Heart attacks in real life often are not as dramatic as they appear to be in movies. Some early symptoms of a heart attack can happen a month or so before the heart attack.

Before a heart attack, you may experience these symptoms:

1.   Unusual fatigue/low energy

2.   Trouble sleeping

3.   Problems breathing

4.   Indigestion

5.   Anxiety

6.   Back or abdominal pain

During a heart attack, these symptoms may occur:

7.   Pain, uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, or feeling of fullness in the center of the chest that lasts more than a few minutes, or goes away and comes back

8.   Pain or discomfort in other areas of the upper body, including the arms, back, neck, jaw, or stomach

9.   Shortness of breath, with or without chest discomfort

Other symptoms are:

10.                  Breaking out in a cold sweat

11.                  Nausea and/or vomiting,

12.                  Lightheadedness

Women also experience chest pain or discomfort, but also are more likely than men to experience

13.                  shortness of breath,

14.                  nausea/vomiting, and

15.                  back or jaw pain.

If you have any of the above symptoms, go to an emergency room right away or call 911.

10 Signs and Symptoms of a Stroke

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Signs of a stroke happen suddenly and are different from signs of a heart attack. The American Stroke Association recommends remembering the mnemonic F.A.S.T. to spot a stroke and know when to call 9-1-1 for help:

1.   Face drooping

2.   Arm weakness

3.   Speech difficulty

4.   Time to call 9-1-1

Other signs and symptoms of stroke to watch for include:

1.   Sudden or rapidly developing problems with sight

2.   Sudden or rapidly developing problems with dizziness, balance, and coordination

3.   Sudden numbness or weakness in the face, arms, or legs

4.   Sudden confusion or trouble understanding

5.   Sudden inability to say the right word, incoherent speech, or slurred speech

6.   Severe headache with no known cause

If you have any of the above symptoms, go to an emergency room right away or call 911.

5 Signs and Symptoms of Breast Disease

A woman has a 1 in 8 chance of developing breast cancer in her lifetime. However, though many breast problems are not cancer-related, they do require prompt evaluation.

Signs and symptoms of breast problems include:

1.   Nipple discharge (could be milky, yellowish, greenish, or brownish)

2.   Unusual breast tenderness or pain

3.   Breast or nipple skin changes, such as ridges, dimpling, pitting, swelling, redness, or scaling

4.   Lump or thickening in or near the breast or underarm area

5.   Inverted nipples

If you experience any of these breast problem symptoms, see a health-care professional for evaluation.

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7 Signs and Symptoms of Lung Disease

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Lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), emphysema, asthma, and other diseases of the lungs can be serious and should be addressed.

Symptoms of serious lung problems include:

1.   Coughing up blood

2.   Severe wheezing

3.   Difficulty breathing

If you have any of the above symptoms, go to an emergency room right away or call 911.

Other symptoms of lung problems include:

4.   Persistent, chronic cough that gets worse over time

5.   Repeated bouts of bronchitis or pneumonia

6.   Chronic mucus production (phlegm)

7.   Chronic chest pain, especially discomfort which gets worse when you inhale or cough

Contact a health-care professional to discuss your symptoms.

7 Signs and Symptoms of Bladder Problems

Bladder problems can be frustrating and embarrassing, and are not something you should simply "learn to live with," as they can be signs of a more serious condition. See a health-care professional if you experience any of the following symptoms of bladder problems:

1.   Difficult or painful urination

2.   Frequent urination (more than 8 times daily)

3.   Loss of bladder control

4.   Blood in the urine

5.   Feeling the urge to urinate when the bladder is empty

6.   Waking frequently at night to urinate or wetting the bed at night

7.   Leaking urine when you laugh, cough, sneeze, or exercise

Urologists are doctors that specialize in the function and diseases of the bladder.

12 Signs and Symptoms of Mental Illness or Emotional Problems

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Note: These symptoms can have a physical cause and are usually treatable.

1.   Anxiety and constant worry

2.   Feeling depressed, empty, sad all the time, or worthless

3.   Extreme fatigue even when rested

4.   Extreme tension that can't be explained

5.   Flashbacks and nightmares about traumatic events

6.   No interest in getting out of bed or doing regular activities, including eating or having sex

7.   Thoughts about suicide and death

8.   Thoughts of killing others

9.   Seeing or hearing things that aren't there (hallucinations)

10.                  Seeing things differently from what they are (delusions)

11.                  "Baby blues" that haven't gone away two weeks after giving birth and seem to get worse over time

12.                  Thoughts about harming yourself or your baby after giving birth

If you feel suicidal or homicidal, seek medical treatment immediately. If you experience any other mental or emotional problems, you may be referred to a psychiatrist, a doctor who specializes in mental illness, and/or a psychologist, who is a counselor who can help you talk about your problems.

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15 Symptoms of Female Reproductive Health Problems

In women, there are numerous conditions that can affect the reproductive system, such as cancer, uterine fibroids, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, infertility, and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and more.

Symptoms of female reproductive and hormonal health problems include:

1.   Bleeding or spotting between periods

2.   Itching, burning, or irritation (including bumps, blisters, or sores) of the vagina or genital area

3.   Pain or discomfort during sex

4.   Excessively heavy bleeding or severe pain with periods

5.   Severe pelvic/abdominal pain

6.   A change in vaginal discharge (amount, color or odor)

7.   Feeling of fullness in the lower abdomen

8.   Frequent urination or feeling of urgency to urinate

9.   Lower back pain

10.                  Pelvic Pain

11.                  Known reproductive problems such as infertility, past miscarriages or early labor

12.                  Excessive hair growth on the face, chest, stomach, thumbs, or toes

13.                  Baldness or thinning hair

14.                  Acne, oily skin, or dandruff

15.                  Patches of thickened dark brown or black skin

If you experience any of the above symptoms, see your doctor to determine the cause.

9 Signs and Symptoms of Stomach and Digestive Diseases

The digestive system runs all the way from your mouth, through the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine and rectum, to the anus. It also includes the liver, pancreas, and gallbladder. Problems with any of these organs can affect your daily life.

Symptoms of stomach or digestive problems include:

1.   Bleeding from the rectum (rectal bleeding)

2.   Blood or mucus in the stool (including diarrhea) or black stools

3.   Change in bowel habits or not being able to control your bowels

4.   Constipation and/or diarrhea

5.   Heartburn or acid reflux (a burning feeling in the throat or mouth)

6.   Pain or feeling of fullness in the stomach

7.   Unusual abdominal swelling, bloating, or general discomfort

8.   Chronic vomiting

9.   Vomiting blood

For any severe symptoms, go to an emergency room or call 911. For mild or moderate symptoms, call a health-care professional who may recommend you see a gastroenterologist, a specialist in the digestive system who can help diagnose, manage, or treat your condition.

 8 Signs and Symptoms of Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the U.S., and one type of skin cancer - melanoma - is particularly deadly. It's important to know what your skin normally looks like, and notice any signs and symptoms of skin problems including:

1.   Changes in skin moles, such as changes in shape, color or size

2.   Frequent flushing and redness of face and neck

3.   Jaundice (skin and whites of eyes turn yellow)

4.   Painful, crusty, scaling, or oozing skin lesions that don't go away or heal

5.   Sensitivity to the sun

6.   Small lump on skin that is smooth, shiny, and waxy (red or reddish-brown)

7.   New growths or new moles on the skin

8.   Thick, red skin with silvery patches

See a dermatologist (a skin specialist) to evaluate any skin problems you are experiencing.

8 Signs and Symptoms of Muscle or Joint Disease

Many different diseases and conditions that can affect the muscles and joints. See a doctor if you experience any of the following symptoms:

1.   Muscle pains and body aches that are persistent, or that come and go often

2.   Numbness, tingling (pins and needles sensation) or discomfort in the hands, feet, or limbs

3.   Pain, tenderness, stiffness, swelling, inflammation, or redness in or around joints

4.   Decreased range of motion of the joints

5.   Loss of function of any muscles or joints

6.   Muscle weakness

7.   Decreased grip strength

8.   Excessive fatigue

Your general practitioner may refer you to a specialist if you are experiencing muscle or joint problems. You may be referred to a rheumatologist (specialist in disorders of the joints and autoimmune disorders), an orthopedic physician (specialist in the bones and muscles) or to a physiatrist (specialist in physical medicine and rehabilitation).

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12 Signs and Symptoms of Headache Disorders

Note: This does not include everyday tension headaches.

We all have headaches from time to time, but if headaches are particularly severe or frequent, you may have migraines or another serious type of headache disorder.

Symptoms of serious headache disorders include:

1.   Headache that comes on suddenly

2.   "The worst headache of your life"

3.   Headache associated with severe dizziness/fainting, vomiting, and inability to walk

4.   Headache associated with confusion, seizure, difficulty speaking, or weakness/numbness in the limbs

5.   Severe headache associated with neck stiffness and fever

If you have any of the above symptoms, go to an emergency room right away or call 911.

Other symptoms of headache problems include:

6.   Headaches between the eyes

7.   Headaches that last longer than a couple of days

8.   Seeing flashing lights or zigzag lines with temporary vision loss before a headache starts

9.   Spreading pain in the face that starts in one eye

10.                  Severe pain on one or both sides of head with nausea or vision problems

11.                  Extremely severe headache with pain around the eye with tearing and redness, runny nose, and eyelid droop.

12.                  Tell your doctor if you experience any of these symptoms of headache disorders. You may be referred to a headache specialist, usually a neurologist.

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14 Signs and Symptoms of Eating Disorders and Weight Problems

Most of us gain or lose some weight from time to time, and this is usually normal. For some people who have eating disorders such as bulimia or anorexia nervosa, a preoccupation with weight becomes a serious medical issue.

Signs and symptoms of eating or weight problems include:

1.   Extreme thirst, dehydration, or hunger

2.   Losing weight without trying or abnormal weight loss

3.   Desire to binge on food excessively

4.   Desire to vomit on purpose

5.   Desire to starve (not eat at all)

6.   A preoccupation with food and weight

7.   Distorted body image

8.   Excessive fear of gaining weight

9.   Refusing to eat or eating tiny portions or eating alone

10.                  Compulsive exercise

11.                  Sensitivity to cold

12.                  Menstruation ceases

13.                  Abuse of laxatives, diuretics, or diet pills

14.                  Depression

Eating disorders are very serious and can lead to severe medical complications, and even death. Tell a health-care professional about your issues with food and weight, or get help if you have a loved one who suffers from these issues. In addition to a doctor who specializes in treating eating disorders, you may need to see a dietician, a psychiatrist, and an eating disorder therapist.

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