Porn habits in your male partner could lead you eating disorder

A new study now suggests that a lady whose boyfriend or husband often watches porn or pornography is more likely to report symptoms of an eating disorder.
Porn habits - eating disorder
Porn habits - eating disorder

Watching too much pornography, then there are high chances that their female partners are suffering from an eating disorder.

What is Eating disorder:

The term eating disorder refers to a group of behavioral health problems that involve a combination of specific mental health and physical symptoms. These conditions and their associated symptoms can severely impact your life and your partner’s life also and negatively affect your overall well-being and functioning.
Here, if we talk about the rates of both eating disorders and obesity are increasing in the United State. Recent research shows that the rate of eating disorders among people in larger bodies has increased even more rapidly. In short, one in five people described as obese has disordered eating patterns.

What is Binge Eating Disorder?

Binge eating disorder (BED) is defined by regular episodes of binge eating accompanied by feelings of loss of control, and in several cases, guilt, embarrassment, and disgust.
A person with binge eating disorder won't use compensatory behaviors, such as self-induced vomiting or over-exercising (out of control executrices) after binge eating. Many of us with binge eating disorder are overweight (with more fat) or obese and large population studies indicate that similar or same numbers of males and females experience binge eating disorder.
Women, take note! If your man is obsessed with watching pornography or watching a porn movie, there are high chances you may suffer from an eating disorder, a new study suggests. According to this study, the study reports that a romantic partner’s behavior or thoughts might be linked to the likelihood of a woman experiencing or engaging in such things as extreme guilt about anything eating, preoccupation with body fat, binging or purging.
The researchers also said that the higher incidence of eating disorders was also found in women who felt pressure from their husbands or boyfriends to be thin.
Porn habits - eating disorder

The study is one of the first to look at how a romantic partner’s behavior or thoughts might be linked to the likelihood of a woman or lady experiencing or engaging in such things as extreme guilt about eating, preoccupation with body fat or high weight, binging or purging.

The study also addresses partner influences in women who are older and more likely to be in long-term relationships or leave-in-relationship.
The women who were a part of this study had an average age of almost 34, and were from a broader demographic than the stereotypical white adolescent girl with anorexia,” Tylka said. “Disordered eating affects many people who do not fit this description -- as many as 20 to 25 percents of women -- and this study helps us better understand the influences on these women.
The participants, 409 U.S. women in relationships with men for this study, answered a questionnaire designed to identify symptoms of eating disorders. They also answered questions about perceived pressure from the media and others or from other thoughts, such as partners, friends, and family, to lose weight and have a thin body.
In addition, they also reported how many hours of pornography or porn movie their current partner or husband or boyfriend viewed per week, ranging from none to more than eight hours, and estimated how often their previous partners had viewed pornography or porn movie on a scale ranging from never to almost always.
The researchers then analyzed or recognize the relationships between those responses and found a clear association between eating disorder symptoms and both perceived partner pressure to be thin and pornography or watching the porn movie.
In short, in many categories or in many phase of eating disorder symptoms, perceived pressure from a romantic or lovable partner to be thin appeared to be more detrimental than pressure from friends or family or stranger, or even the media.
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