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Eating Disorder Worksheet
On this page, we will provide you with an Eating disorder worksheet. This worksheet will help you to identify and understand different types of eating disorders.
What is the Eating Disorder Worksheet?
An eating disorder is characterized as a mental illness that involves extreme concern about body weight, body shape, body image, and eating patterns. These concerns develop a healthy interest for behavior patterns that lead an individual to resist required food amounts, excessive fasting, consuming less calorie food, continuous vomiting after eating, uses of different medicines, excessive exercises for intake of excessive food. Such behavior patterns lead to an eating disorder, An eating disorder affects an individual personal physical psychological to not and social functioning.
How will the Eating Disorder Worksheet help
This worksheet will help an individual to understand what is an eating disorder and how it affects an individual's mental and physical well-being.
Instructions on how to use Eating Disorder Worksheet
Have a detailed read at the below-mentioned informative worksheet and understand what is an eating disorder, its types, and how it works.
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On this page, we provided you with the Eating disorder worksheet which hopefully helped you to identify and understand different types of eating disorders.
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