Muscle-dysmorphia



[dis-mawr-fee-uh] /dɪsˈmɔr fi ə/

noun
1.
a mental disorder primarily affecting males, characterized by obsessions about a perceived lack of muscularity, leading to compulsive exercising, use of anabolic steroids, etc.
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noun

a mental disorder characterized by a normal person’s obsession with an imagined defect in physical appearance; also called dysmorphophobia , bigorexia , reverse anorexia

See bigorexia

See reverse anorexia nervosa

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