Could you be Dealing with a Binge Eating Disorder?
In addition to anorexia and bulimia, binge eating is a pattern of disordered eating categorised as a mental health condition. Anyone can be affected by eating disorders, and it is important to seek help if you are worried your relationship with food is not healthy.
Binge eating can be brought on by stressful life events, another condition such as anxiety or depression, or just out of the blue. At Life Resolutions, we offer specialistsupport for those struggling with binge eating disorder.
Mary Magalotti on Identifying Binge Eating Disorder
If you’re wondering if you might have abinge eating disorder, there are some key signs and symptoms to look out for.
You have periods where you eat a very large amount of food in one sitting, despite already feeling full.
You tend to eat very rapidly and find that you do not actually particularly enjoy your food.
You feel like you cannot control what, or how much, you eat.
You experience feelings of shame around food and would rather not eat around others.
You feel disgusted or angry with yourself after you have finished eating.
Someone with binge eating disorder can feel a lot of shame, but remember, it is an illness like any other, and it can be treated with professional support. The Life Resolutionsteam, including Mary Magalotti andJodie Brentonhave experience helping people suffering from all kinds of disordered eating.
Seek Support with Life Resolutions
If you are concerned about your relationship with food and think you might be suffering from an eating disorder, our team of passionate professionals are here to help. Weoffer bothTelehealth servicesand face-to-face sessions so you can access support from the comfort of your own home. If you are struggling with disordered eating or any other mental health issues,contact our friendly team today tobook an appointment.
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