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How is hypothalamic ammonorhea linked to eating disorders?

Verified by Dr. Nancy Yen Shipley, MD, Orthopedic Surgeon
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Hypothalamic amenorrhea, while a serious concern for your health, is fotunately reversible in most cases. The cause of this disorder is related to psychological stress, excessive exercise, disordered eating or a combination of these factors overwhelming your hypothalamus and causing it to shut down. While sounding period-free might sound like a dream for some, this loss estrogen production has profound effects all your bodily symptoms including cardiac, skeletal, psychological and reproductive systems that can be permanent if left unchecked. If you are stuggling with an eating disorder, please seek out a trusted person and doctor for help.

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