Do you have nervous orthorexia\orthorexia nervosa?
"Nervous orthorexia" (orthorexia nervosa) is a craving for healthy eating that is already on the verge of obsession. This disease was discovered by the American doctor Stephen Bratman. You can find this term in the medical dictionary, but officially, nervous orthorexia is not recognized as a disease. Many scientists attribute nervous orthorexia to mental eating disorders. What motivates people who experience nervous orthorexia? They set themselves the following goals: to improve themselves and their bodies, and to receive respect and admiration from others.
Signs of orthorexia include a strong fear of eating something unhealthy and a pathological desire to eat environmentally friendly products. Would you like to know if you have nervous orthorexia? Then take our test!
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