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New Government recommendations says that any PATIENTS who want cosmetic surgery would have to undergo rigorous mental health checks.
Do we think this is over the top as thousands of ordinary everyday people have cosmetic surgery to make them feel better about themselves. Is this a mental problem?
THE “body beautiful” ideal is leading Brits to opt for major surgery to change their appearance.
It is backed by false advertising and marketing ploys that play on the vulnerable.
There’s no evidence that patients feel better about themselves after surgery, and it can become addictive.
An official report warns that Britain faces a body image and eating disorder crisis.
Brits now put looks before their health, fuelling a rise in mental illness and anorexia, says the report.
Both men and women can suffer from Body Dysmorphic Disorder. Both sexes believe that their bodies are not good enough or even don’t match up to the bodies of celebs.
Sufferers often think surgery will cure the problem, but it is a psychological illness and many leave the clinic wanting more unnecessary ops. The report, by MPs and charity Central YMCA, urges psychological checks for cosmetic surgery patients.
Its report also calls for a ban on ads and special offers by clinics.