The Connection with Anxiety. Anxiety disorders, such as phobias and social anxiety, can be triggered by body dysmorphic disorder, particularly because of the many fears and worries pertaining to body image that are associated with this mental illness.Do you suffer from body dysmorphic disorder?
People who suffer from BDD have a preoccupation with one or more perceived or real imperfections in their physical appearance.Is there a cure for body dysmorphic disorder?
While there is no cure for body dysmorphic disorder, the symptoms of BDD can get better with treatment. Body dysmorphic disorder treatment often includes a combination of:What is body dysphoric disorder (BDD)?
Body Dysphoric Disorder (BDD) is described as the disease of “self- perceived ugliness” or “self-imagined ugliness.” It is also seen as a distressing preoccupation with one or more physical non-existence “defects.”