How Anorexics really see Their Body
You stand in front of the mirror, look at and feel your underweight body and still say to yourself: “I’m too fat!”Behind this must be a body image disorder, a disturbed perception of one’s own body. In any case, this was the previous assumption in the clinical therapy of people with anorexia nervosa (anorexia nervosa). One focus of the treatment was therefore precisely on healing the distorted view of one’s own body circumference. However, new research now shows that anorexic women have a completely different problem.