Could You Be Dealing With A Binge Eating Disorder?
When people think of eating disorders, they generally think of conditions like Anorexia and Bulimia; however, binge eating is also a common eating disorder and can seriously affect a person’s mental health.
It’s not uncommon for someone to binge on comfort food after a long day, but this could be a sign of a destructive issue. At Life Resolutions, we offer specialised services for treating binge eating and bring a sense of control and health to your life again.
Mary Magalotti On Identifying Binge Eating Disorder
Someone is considered to have a binge eating disorder when they repeatedly consume large amounts of food during a distinct period (e.g. over a 2-hour period) and what is eaten is considerably more than what most people would eat over the same time frame. Since overeating is not uncommon and is often associated with special occasions, this disorder can be hard to spot. If you are eating quite rapidly, feeling uncomfortably full, eating when you aren’t hungry or think you cannot control what or how you eat, these could be signs of a binge eating disorder.
Our emotional state can also provide a good reference for this mental health issue. Someone suffering from a binge eating disorder will experience considerable distress surrounding their eating. They often eat alone because they feel embarrassed or guilty by the quantities they’re consuming. While after a meal, they will also likely feel depressed and disgusted when looking at their empty plate.
Binge eating can have a terrible effect on your emotional wellbeing and your physical health. However, Mary Magalotti, Jodie Brenton and the team at Life Resolutions offer specialised mental health services to help to identify and address Binge Eating Disorder.
Seek Support With Life Resolutions
If you have a negative relationship with food and feel like you may have an eating disorder, seek help! Our team of passionate mental health professionals are here to provide you with the mental health services to address and conditions you may be struggling with. We are currently offering Telehealth services along with our face-to-face services, to allow our clients to access our services from the safety of their own home. So, if you are experiencing patterns of disordered eating, contact our friendly team today to book an appointment.
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