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Adjustment disorders are characterised by a stronger behavioural or emotional response to a stressful event or significant life change than would be expected or is normal.
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Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder in which a person severely reduces their food intake and engages in behaviour to prevent weight gain. This behaviour is driven by a fear of weight gain and negative body image.
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A person with binge eating disorder (BED) engages in repeated episodes of binge eating. Binge eating is eating a very large amount of food over a short period of time. While eating they feel out of control and unable to stop.
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Bipolar disorder is a mental illness characterised by periods of extreme highs (manic episodes) and lows (depressive episodes).
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Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is an anxiety disorder related to how a person views their body. A person with BDD believes that they have a flaw or defect in their body/appearance, and this causes them extreme distress.
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Bulimia Nervosa is an eating disorder characterised by repeated episodes of binge eating followed by behaviours to prevent weight gain.
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Conduct disorder is a behaviour disorder which develops during childhood or adolescence. An individual with conduct disorder experiences behavioural and emotional difficulties such as aggressive conduct, deceitful behaviour, violation of rules, and destructive behaviour.