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Eating disorders in men: An underestimated epidemic
 

Eating disorders in men: An underestimated epidemic

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In Singapore and Malaysia, approximately 8.7% and 13.5% of males are diagnosed with eating disorders. For many young men, it is detrimental as they bear the double stigma of having a mental illness - especially one normally categorised as female.
 
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5 Jan 2017 - General
 
Eating disorders also considered as mental disorders greatly affects women compared to men. Surprisingly men aren't considered to have this because it is considered as a weak attribution. The society nowadays are busy going into strict dietary plans and shaping their bodies. But for me as long as they aren't cutting out the desired nutrition their body needed, without skipping meals and eating on time shouldn't be considered to have eating disorders. You must seek a professional con...
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