5 Symptoms of Binge Eating Disorder

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binge eating disorderToday I’d like to speak with you about getting binge eating disorder help.

You may not know much about it but binge eating disorder is part of the spectrum of eating disorders.

Binge eating disorder is a real medical condition and it significantly effects people’s lives.

Binge eating disorder is the most common eating disorder and is more common than anorexia and bulimia combined.

Binge eating disorder is the most common eating disorder and is more common than anorexia and bulimia combined.

 

How do you know if you have binge eating disorder?

Binge Eating Disorder Symptoms:

  • Eating alone because of embarrassment about how much you’re eating.
  • Eating large quantities of food in one sitting usually within a two-hour period.
  • Eating large amounts of food when not physically hungry.
  • Eating until feeling uncomfortably full.
  • Eating much more rapidly than normal.

Binge eating can be a result of trauma

If you’re ready to get treatment, if you’re ready to end the binge cycle, please call our center at 844-452-4306 and learn about new treatments that are available. Call Many people start binge eating after a traumatic event or as a result of childhood trauma, abuse or neglect.

Binge eating can be genetic

There may be a genetic predisposition to being eating disorder and also binge eating disorder can run in families.

Just like the other eating disorders, those individuals who have binge eating disorder can suffer from many medical complications including:

  • diabetes
  • high blood pressure
  • sleep apnea
  • and many more.

What stops people from getting help is their shame and embarrassment.

What stops people from getting help is their shame and embarrassment.

 

Binge eating disorder is a medical condition

It’s not your fault that your eating is out of control, and willpower will not cure binge eating disorder.

If you’ve been suffering with binge eating disorder, you may have found that it’s affected your relationships, your ability to go out and eat with friends or family members.

You may have started isolating yourself because you are afraid of eating in public, and there may be other ways in which binge eating disorder is affecting your life.

If that’s the case, it’s important for you to know that you’re not alone and there is treatment for binge eating disorder.

Treatments include newer medications on the market as well as therapy that can help you overcome your binge eating disorder and regain your life.

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