Eating disorders in men on the rise
Men seeking treatment for an eating disorder has risen in the last six years. Experts say male celebrities such as Aaron Carter speaking out about his body dysmorphia can help others seek help.
Male eating disorders are on the rise in the United States, experts say.While body image issues are commonly associated with women, figures show men admitted into hospitals for eating disorders has risen 70 percent from 2010 to 2016.Experts say the gradual increase is partly due to male celebrities such as Aaron Carter, Eminem and Robert Pattinson being open about their own body struggles.But stigmas still remain, coverage is lacking, and seeking treatment is not seen as 'manly'.Daily Mail On...
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