Cases of exercise bulimia are on the rise, experts say

09/3/2010 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Eating disorder experts are seeing more cases of exercise bulimia, or compulsive exercise, but the condition can be difficult to diagnose, particularly in a society that values fitness. One sign of the disorder is when someone is extremely hesitant to make any changes in their exercise routine and feels guilty or anxious if they miss a workout.

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