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Hello I've been having some anxiety in the past couple month and I don't normally eat as much as I use to. I now eat small portions a day and I only eat 1 small meal a day and I'm in perfect shape. Is there something I can do plzzz reply thank you
Hello and hope you are doing well.
Stress, anorexia, depression, anxiety, hypothyroidism, and illnesses all can lead to decreased appetite. At times it can be an early symptom of serious illnesses like stomach cancer, kidney cancer, liver cancer or pancreatic cancer. Anxiety may be causing decreased appetite. Take adequate rest and sleep. Eat plenty of fruits and green vegetables. Exercise daily to combat stress. If the symptoms are severe or persistent you may need evaluation for above mentioned causes. Keep me posted.
Best luck and regards!
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