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Eating Test

Morpeko

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Moderate Indication of Impulsive Eating Disorder​

Your answers suggest a moderate indication of Impulsive Eating Disorder. You sometimes give in to impulsive food cravings and feel that you do not have control over your food intake. There may be times when you feel unable to control your urge to eat, and these episodes are likely to be accompanied by obsessions about food and weight as well. It is also probable that you sometimes eat more when you feel anxious, irritated, bored, lonely, or deprived.

In clinical contexts, it is possible that your case would warrant therapy or intervention. However, this call should depend on the judgment of an actual healthcare worker or mental health professional, who can assist you in sorting out the meaning of your symptoms and conduct a proper diagnosis.
 

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Mild Indication of Impulsive Eating Disorder​

Your answers suggest a mild indication of impulsive eating. You may give in to impulsive food cravings from time to time, but as a whole, you maintain a healthy relationship with food. There may be times when you feel unable to control your urges and/or obsess about food and weight but, on the whole, these are episodic. You may also occasionally eat more when you feel anxious, irritated, bored, lonely, or deprived but, still, your answers suggest a relationship to food that is in the normal range.

However, please note that tests such as this one cannot replace the judgment of mental health professionals. If you want to obtain a more in-depth assessment of your eating attitude, it may be helpful to schedule an appointment with a physician or a mental health professional.

Yeah, I sometimes buy "comfort" food when I am especially depressed.
 

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Strong Indication of Impulsive Eating Disorder​

Your answers suggest a strong indication of an Impulsive Eating Disorder. You easily give in to food cravings and often feel as if you do not have control over the food that you eat. It is likely that you usually feel unable to control your urges to eat, and you obsess about food and weight. You also typically see your resistance dwindling and find yourself eating more when you feel anxious, irritated, bored, lonely, or deprived.

It is likely that your case would warrant active treatment in the form of psychotherapy or behavioral intervention. Group and family support might also be in order. If you feel that you answered these questions truthfully, it is important that you schedule an appointment with your doctor or a mental health professional who can assist you in making a proper diagnosis.
 

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Minimal Indication of Impulsive Eating Disorder​

Your answers suggest minimal features of Impulsive Eating Disorder. You tend to eat as planned, have control over your relationship with food, and generally eat in reasonable proportion to the needs of your body. Your answers also suggest that you have autonomy when it comes to the amount, frequency, and quality of your meals. You may like food, but you are not controlled by it.

Yeah I'm more likely to loose my apatite than binge eat.
 
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