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Eating disorders are not only detrimental to someone’s physical health, but it affects the person’s psychological well-being. Individuals with these mental illnesses go to extremes when dealing with their weight or food intake. Although it is mostly common in women, men also struggle with an eating disorder, whether its anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, or binge eating disorder. Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder that is characterized by extreme thinness, which is mostly accomplished by an individual through self-starvation. Bulimia nervosa is another life-threatening disorder where the individual have a constant period of bingeing and to compensate for this excess in food intake. The person may purge or use another form of method in order for them to avoid gaining weight, such as exercising for a long period of time or using a form of laxatives. Individuals with these two disorders have a perceptual distortion of their body image and for this reason will be obsessed to change their weight and shape. Finally, the other form of eating disorder is binge eating disorder that somewh…