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Myths About Eating Disorders


  The WHO estimates that around 70 million people in the world suffer from eating disorders (ED). They’re characterized by dysfunctional behavior with regard to eating. They significantly affect the physical and mental health of sufferers. However, the symptoms extend beyond food. In fact, unhealthy dynamics of emotional management or problem-solving are also often reflected. The information available about eating disorders has become more reliable in recent years. Nevertheless, misconceptions continue to abound. These misunderstandings generate stigmatization in sufferers and cultivate misinterpretations that make early diagnosis difficult. They also obstruct their care and treatment. 1. “It’s just a teenage girl…

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