Medical Explanations for Psychosomatic Symptoms in Anorexia - Deepstash

Medical Explanations for Psychosomatic Symptoms in Anorexia

  • Alexithymia is a personality trait that makes it difficult to identify our feelings, describe what other people are feeling, and to think imaginatively.
  • Illness denial is more difficult to find a medical explanation for, but emerging neurological explanations suggest that people with anorexia are not denying their illness out of stubbornness.

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