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Childhood trauma tied to more severe eating disorder symptoms
 

Childhood trauma tied to more severe eating disorder symptoms

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Eating disorder (ED) symptoms—including food restriction, weight, shape and food concerns, and daily functioning—tend to be more severe among patients with a history of childhood abuse, a study suggests.
 
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2 Dec 2016 - General
 
I think that this may be linked to Beck's cognitive theory, wherein stressful life events earlier on in life influences on how a person thinks. Based on this theory, traumatic childhood experiences make a person think negatively about himself, ot...
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A recent analysis has shown that childhood abuse or childhood trauma has very negative impact on the personality of an individual, especially it is very closely related to Eating disorders. An individual having childhood abuse can develop eating diso...
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