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Psychology Explains The Signs of Body Dysmorphic Disorder (And Why It Happens)

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recent study in August 2020 stated that 2% of the American adult population struggle with body dysmorphic disorder. Psychologists recently classified BDD as an obsessive-compulsive disorder since it involves repetitive acts and behaviors.

The person may have rituals such as constantly gazing in the mirror, skin picking, excessive grooming, and constantly comparing themselves with others.

There are also pathological fears of being ugly based on some part of your body.Sadly, BDD disorder is easily misunderstood and minimized.

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