Nail biting NB is a very common unwanted behavior. The majority of children are motivated to stop NB and have already tried to stop it, but are generally unsuccessful in doing so. It is a difficult behavior to modify or treat. The objective of this study was to investigate the prevalence of co-morbid psychiatric disorders in a clinical sample of children with NB who present at a child and adolescent mental healthcare outpatient clinic and the prevalence of psychiatric disorders in their parents. The children and adolescents with nail biting and their parents were interviewed according to DSM-IV diagnostic criteria.
A BFRB is different from someone who just occasionally exhibits a behavior, such as lip biting. For people with BFRBs, the behavior causes the person distress or interferes with their ability to function. Severity can vary greatly. Stress and anxiety are typically related to lip biting. Other factors that may be related to developing a BFRB include:. In some cases, chronic lip biting is accidental and the result of a dental condition.
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This action can either be conscious or unconscious. Some people also bite on their skin on their finger knuckles which can lead to pain and bleeding just by moving their fingers. It has been proposed that dermatodaxia would be a more fitting term for this disorder, as the suffix-phagia' implies that the skin is being eaten rather than simply bitten. In most cases of dermatophagia in humans, the skin is only bitten with no consumption. Those diagnosed with this disorder do not develop wounds on the bitten areas of their hands or lose any skin. Instead, they experience a thickening of the skin being repeatedly bitten.
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