Six out of ten women are uncomfortable with looking at themselves naked, a new study has found.
The poll, which was conducted on 2,000 women, revealed that 25 percent of them refused to own a full-length mirror, the Daily Express reported.
The survey also showed that four in ten felt humiliated to be seen naked by their own partner and a third said that their love life had suffered as a result.
The analysis, which was conducted by Rosemary Conley Diet and Fitness Clubs, found that women hated their tummies the most, then their thighs.
The ladies also had issues with their love handles, stretch marks and cellulite.
Rosemary Conley said that the anxieties that women have listed are all part and parcel of getting older and having children.
She asserted that very few people are lucky enough to have a flawless body.