Eating Disorders: Am I at risk?
Eating behavior itself is a collection of our habits, attitudes, conduct, and emotions about food. But when it comes to its abnormal intake, poor diet, malnutrition, and different nutritional problems, it indicates an eating disorder. It is an illness that negatively affects a person's physical and mental health. The main symptoms include distorted body perception and obsessive thoughts about nutrition, calories, and exercise. There is also constant hunger, strict diets or starvation, being overweight or underweight, and so on. The reasons for this are countless. It's all individual. Someone is stressed, while others experience anger, panic, or guilt. In order to better understand yourself, your physique, and your mind, you should take this test. It was created on the basis of the research of Fairburn, Cooper, and O’Connor. Its principal aim is to assist you in determining the presence or predisposition to this disease according to four chief criteria. They are restraint, eating, weight, and shape concerns. Keep in mind that it is for informational and advisory purposes only. Consult a specialist to confirm the diagnosis.