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Welcome to the eating disorder quiz by Rehab 4 Addiction.

We hope you or your loved one find value in completing the below quiz.

This quiz is designed to help you determine if you suffer with an eating disorder.

Each question asks you to assess your thoughts over the past 30 days.

This quiz should take around five minutes to complete.

Please read each question carefully and think long and hard before you submit your answer.

This quiz is based upon the work of Fairburn & Beglin (1994) and informed by research of Aardoom, Dingemans, Landt & Van Furth (2012) and Rose, et al. (2013).

1.  I do things slowly.
2.  My future seems hopeless.
3.  It is hard for me to concentrate on reading.
4.  The pleasure and joy has gone out of my life.
5.  I have difficulty making decisions.
6.  I have lost interest in aspects of life that used to be important to me.
7.  I feel sad, blue, and unhappy.
8.  I am agitated and keep moving around.
9.  I feel fatigued.
10.  It takes great effort for me to do simple things.
11.  I feel that I am a guilty person who deserves to be punished.
12.  I feel like a failure.
13.  I feel lifeless -- more dead than alive.
14.  My sleep has been disturbed -- too little, too much, or broken sleep.
15.  I spend time thinking about HOW I might kill myself.
16.  I feel trapped or caught.
17.  I feel depressed even when good things happen to me.
18.  Without trying to diet, I have lost, or gained, weight.
19.  Have you had a strong desire to lose weight?
20.  Has thinking about food, eating, or calories made it very difficult to concentrate on things you are interested in (e.g., working, following a conversation, reading, etc.)?

Boris is our editor-in-chief at Rehab 4 Addiction. Boris is an addiction expert with more than 20 years in the field.  His expertise covers a broad of topics relating to addiction, rehab and recovery. Boris is an addiction therapist and assists in the alcohol detox and rehab process. Boris has been featured on a variety of websites, including the BBC, Verywell Mind and Healthline.