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Many of them appear unsure about whether recovery is achievable or even desirable - like Rosie whose rapid deterioration in the space of just four months saw her become so malnourished she was unable to walk, as well as losing her eyesight and hearing.
Theroux witnesses the dangerous power that anorexia holds over them - which Clinical director of the Vincent Square Eating Disorder Service Frances Connan points out 'has the highest mortality rate of any psychiatric disorder'.
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Ifzana concerns Louis, who wonders if she has truly accepted she has anorexia, as she admits she would not be in hospital if it was up to her.
The doctors told her that when her vitals were read when she was brought in they were 'similar to someone who had had a heart attack' - but she believes their assessment was 'melodramatic'.
The 27-year-old, who appears in Louis Theroux's new documentary Talking to Anorexia, badly wants to improve her health, but can't fight the urge to lose weight and exercises excessively in a desperate attempt to shed calories.
Meanwhile Janet, 63, has been battling the deadly disorder for more than 40 years and has developed a horrifying ability to make a single boiled sweet last her an entire week - all for fear she is eating too much.