References in periodicals archive ?
4] Current research reporting on patients visiting dermatologists or plastic surgeons often underestimates true prevalence figures;  therefore, examining BDD in clinical samples only distorts true prevalence rates in populations.
The first case is of Danny Bowman, a British teen diagnosed with BDD in the form of selfie addiction.
For their study, Middelveen and colleagues compared biopsy samples taken from cows with BDD with samples taken from three patients.
The study was an effort of psychologists to find to what extent mirrors acts as a trigger for anxiety and stress in patients suffering from BDD.
Prevalence rates for BDD have been examined for different populations and range from 0.
The BDD website has an archive of posters for events it has promoted.
Graham Chapman, managing director at Access BDD, said: "Access BDD has grown dramatically in the five years, swelling in head count from 27 to almost 80.
In the latest study, psychologists set out to establish to what extent mirrors were a trigger for anxiety and stress in patients with BDD.
Celeste falls into the category of BDD sufferers who subconsciously reject any positive comments made about them.
Psychologist Kasia Szymanska says the condition is probably under-diagnosed: "Individuals with BDD often don't want to tell their doctor about how they feel because they're ashamed, or worry their doctor may think they're vain.
Nearly 618,000 people in the UK are diagnosed as having BDD.
We found that our intensive group CBT [cognitive-behavioral therapy] program was an effective strategy in treating severe BDD [body dysmorphic disorder] and symptoms associated with BDD, which can be quite disabling," said C.
Dictionary browser ?
- B-c meson
- BCG vaccine
- B-complex vitamin
- bd ft
- bd. ft.
- be able to
- be active
- be adrift
- be after
- be all and end all
- be amiss
- be at pains
- be born
- be down on your uppers
- be due
- be full
Full browser ?
- BDE TM