Print Quality of Life in Eating Disorders

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If your score is in the range 0 - 70

Your Eating Disorder is not affecting your happiness and social functioning to any great extent.

If your score is in the range 71-110

Your Eating Disorder is beginnng to rule your life. Take action before it gets any worse.

If your score is in the range 111-150

Your Eating Disorder is influencing your work and your personal relationships, and other people are beginning to be affected. Your Eating Disorder is now too severe to handle on your own. Click here to find out how we can help you manage your relationship with food.

If your score is in the range 151-200

Your Eating Disorder has now taken over your life. Constant thoughts about food, weight and body image are making you unhappy. Take action now by clicking here and arranging a Free 30 Minute Session so we can help you deal with the root issues that are keeping you trapped in your Eating Disorder.

Your answers

Exercise is vital for your body’s health but it can be harmful to your health when it is abused. If family or friends have expressed a concern to you about excessive exercise, or you see exercise as a means to an end and use exercise to compensate for food intake, then you may be at risk of an exercise or eating disorder. Take this survey to see where you fall compared to the norm for exercise relationships.    

In the past month, how frequently have these occurred or have you felt these emotions:

1. What I eat is dependent on how many calories I am able to burn during that day’s exercise

This test will measure how much your eating disorder affects your quality of life.

Score yourself on the scale for each question where 0 = not true at all and 5 = very true of me.

When you submit the form you will receive immediate on screen feedback.

1. Life is hard because of my eating disorder

2. I feel tired and exhausted

3. I have problems relaxing

4. I am overwhelmed by strong feelings

5. I have problems talking to others about this disorder

6. I am suspicious of other people

7. I believe that something is wrong with my brain

8. I can hardly engage in pleasant activities because of my eating problems

9. I conceal my eating problem at work

10. I fear that I will become 'mad'

11. I lack drive

12. I feel hopeless

13. I am ashamed of my mental illness

14. My family suffers because of my eating disorder

15. I have difficulties in controlling my emotions

16. Potential activities are limited because of my eating disorder

17. My eating disorder has stopped me from making the most of my opportunities

18. I am unable to make decisions because of my eating problems

19. I feel like a burden to others

20. I take medication for my eating disorder

21. My eating behaviour interferes with my work

22. I feel socially excluded

23. I have little contact with other people because of my eating problems

24. I cannot meet many job-related requirements because of my eating disorder

25. I cannot concentrate at work because of my eating disorder

26. I am often alone because of my eating disorder

27. My eating disorder causes conflict in my partnership

28. I have sexual problems because of my eating disorder

29. It is frequently a cause of tension in my partner/family does not comply with my rituals

30. I have problems initiating a conversation with other people

31. I involve my partner in my eating disorder rituals

32. I avoid body contact because of my eating disorder

33. My eating disorder causes me to behave aggressively towards my partner/family

34. I have forgotten how to feel joy

35. My partner/family expects me to pull myself together with regard to my eating behaviour

36. I feel detached from my friends

37. I cannot sleep because of obsessive thoughts about food, eating or weight

38. I have high expenses because of my eating disorder

39. I am unable to manage a household/take care of a child by myself because of my eating disorder