The body dysmorphic disorder that’s affecting teen boys, and what to do about it

For individuals with MDD, popularly known as reverse anorexia or bigorexia, the body type desired is not thinner as we see in anorexia nervosa, but bigger and more muscular. Driven by the fear of not being muscular enough, individuals with MDD exercise compulsively, restrict their diets, take protein and other supplements, and even use performance-enhancing drugs such as steroids.