Body Dysmorphic Disorder Foundation

We support BDDF

Most young people who do strength training are familiar with the feeling of Body Dysmorphia. We would like to help spread awareness and contribute financial support to BDDF. You just need to know that you are not alone at all.

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What is Body Dysmorphia?

The picture here describes it very precisely. Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) or Body Dysmorphia is a mental health condition in which a person spends a lot of time worrying about flaws in their appearance. These errors are often invisible to others. You may have BDD if you:

  • Worries a lot about a certain area of ​​your body

  • Spends a lot of time comparing your appearance to others

  • Often look at yourself in the mirror or avoid mirrors altogether

  • Make a big effort to hide mistakes

Muscle Dysmorphia (MD) is a subtype of BDD. MD is characterized by a preoccupation with the idea that one's body is not muscular enough. People with MD perceive themselves as small and weak, even though they look normal or muscular.

- Ida Truelsen, CEKTOS