Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder. The patient has an extremely deteriorated perception of body (e.g. Seeing oneself fat). Apprehensions on the body appearance, or pathological fears concerning getting fat cause a poor diet.
Anorexia nervosa, classified as an eating disorder, is a psychiatric disorder characterized by a serious deterioration in the eating habits of the affected person and the associated thoughts and emotions. In anorexia nervosa the person is constantly preoccupied with eating routines and his or her own body weight. Due to the self-destructive behaviour with regards to food, the physical health of the sufferer is jeopardized.
I’m writing this article as the assistant editor of “Clinical EEG and Neuroscience”, a significant journal of its own field that is committed to electrophysiology to express my gratitude to those putting their efforts in this matter.
Persons suffering from body dysmorphic disorder have a subjective believe that a feature of their body is ugly, although that feature may be normal or close to normal.
Antidepressants are drugs used to relieve the symptoms of depression. They were first developed in the 1950’s and are being extensively used for approximately 50 years.