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Friday, 23 May 2014

1. Obsessive-compulsive disorder

The fault has been reclassified as a current seems to be the most acceptable concept as obsessive-compulsive disorder.
They are also often points to a faulty perception and evaluation of his own body, which in turn caused "body image" common eating disorders - focus on ideal body (pressure times strongly supported) and negative self-esteem.
A typical sequence of the patient's obsessions is the following:
I have a visual defect, people will pay attention to her, wondering regarded me as unattractive, and therefore defective in character and generally inferior (Rosen, quoted by Corrodes and Cleaves, 2001).
 Obsession otherwise have the usual characteristics - limit the patient's other activities (including study and work)
 Take his time, can lead to varying degrees of social isolation.
 For the avoidance of observation of its defect to the public or to the internal resistance to the actual exterior of the large majority of patients, working harder at work, at school or in relationships - especially men remain unmarried.
Persons affected big alexia perceive themselves as weak, small to fragile, poorly developed muscle and try to high energy overuse of nutritional supplements (especially protein preparations)
Challenging workout booster and often abuse drugs (known experience with requesting anabolic steroids
"Muscular "(Pope et al., 1997) to achieve a look that is presented on the pages of muscle magazines or heroes of action movies
Big alexia may develop in both males and females (usually by athletes).