A Brief Test for OSFED
Other specified feeding and eating disorders (OSFED) describes serious eating, food, exercise and body image symptoms and concerns that don’t meet the full diagnostic criteria for any other eating disorders. OSFED signs and symptoms include:
- Restricting calories and/or self-starvation
- Binge eating
- Purging through means including self-induced vomiting, laxative abuse, diuretic abuse
- Distorted body image (body dysmorphic disorder)
- Strange rituals associated with food and/or eating
- Obsession with food cleanliness or purity (orthorexia)
- Intense shame or anxiety related to food, eating or body image
- Obsessive exercise behavior
- Manipulation of insulin for weight loss (diabulimia)
- Loss-of-control eating behaviors like night eating/nocturnal eating, eating past satiety, impulsive eating and compulsive food behaviors like hiding food, food obtaining and eating food out of the garbage
To see if you or a loved one are struggling with an unspecified eating disorder, take our brief OSFED test today.
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Please note: this online eating disorder screening test is not intended to diagnose an illness. If you are struggling with eating disorder behaviors, we encourage you to call us at 877-825-8584 or find an experienced eating disorder treatment professional near you. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please dial 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
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With the right care, those suffering from OSFED can experience a full recovery. If you suspect that you or someone you know is suffering from OSFED, please call us at 877-825-8584 to schedule a free, confidential consultation with one of our Master's-level clinicians. We would be happy to help you learn more about eating disorders and the appropriate treatment options.