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Quick facts for eating disorders
An eating disorder can consume your thoughts, diminish your self-confidence, and ultimately damage your health. Rogers Behavioral Health provides highly specialized eating disorder treatment, with programs for adults, children, and teens.
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Answer the questions completely and honestly. Your responses should reflect the way you feel now, not the way you wish to feel. Remember, it is never too late to seek help.
The quiz below can help you decide if you behave in a way that demonstrates a tendency towards an eating disorder. While helpful, it is not intended to diagnose any particular eating disorder.
During the past month, have you:
1. Been preoccupied with your weight and/or the shape of your body?
2. Avoided eating certain foods due to fearing that something bad could happen to you?
3. Felt out of control over the amount of food you ate one or more times in a week?
4. Worried frequently about the nutritional content of different foods?
5. Felt intensely disgusted or anxious when looking at your body or seeing it in a mirror?
6. Frequently avoided eating because of disliking the taste, smell, or texture of foods?
7. Felt guilty or upset after eating an unusually large amount of food one or more times a week?
8. Intentionally made yourself vomit or exercise excessively to prevent gaining weight?
9. Been consistently anxious when eating food or drinking liquids?
10. Felt a need to check the appearance of your body often throughout the day?
Dr. Brad Smith, medical director, Oconomowoc campus and eating disorder recovery, Rogers Behavioral Health
Dr. Nicholas Farrell, campus clinical director, clinical supervisor, eating disorder recovery, Rogers Behavioral Health