ARFID Online Test For Adults: Take This Free Quiz Now

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What is Avoidant-Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)

ARFID is a disorder that can cause people to feel anxious or scared when they are presented with certain foods. They may avoid certain textures, flavors, or smells associated with food. ARFID can lead to malnutrition and other health complications if left untreated.

ARFID, or Avoidant-restrictive food intake disorder, is a little-known eating disorder that could be affecting you or someone you love. This online ARFID test is a screening measure that can help you determine whether you might have ARFID requiring professional help. The Avoidant-restrictive food intake disorder test consists of 10 questions and should take only a few minutes to complete. Once you have finished the test, you will receive instant feedback on your results.

Instructions: Please, answer each item below that you believe accurately describe your condition for the last 3 months

I’m quite picky about food

I don’t eat the food that I used to eat before

I have poor appetite

I avoid to eat some certain foods because I fear that I choke or vomit while I’m eating them

I eat very slowly

I unable to finish my meal

I prefer to have my meals while being along

People tell me that I’m skinny

I feel unpleasantly full while I’m eating

I suffer from constipation

The online test is based on the DSM diagnostic criteria of avoidant-restrictive food intake disorder. The main symptoms of include: avoidance of eating food that ate previously; the refusal of certain foods due to fear of choking or vomiting; having no appetite; consistently eating very slowly or being unable to finish what is served.

The test is not intended to make a diagnosis. You can use it as a screening tool to decide whether you need to see a doctor or other mental health professional to further discuss the diagnosis and possible treatment of ARFID. If you have already been diagnosed with ARFID and are currently undergoing treatment, take this free self-test once a week to assess your condition and track the effectiveness of the treatment.