Could you be Dealing with a Binge Eating Disorder?

What we calleating disorders are a pattern of disordered and harmful attitudes to food. The term encompasses anorexia, bulimia and binge eating, all of which can cause poor health outcomes and emotional distress for the individual

Although binge eating is often associated with obesity, it is important to remember that it can affect people of any size. Binge eating is sometimes bought on by traumatic incidents in one’s life and can also exist in conjunction with other mental health issues such as anxiety and depression.

At Life Resolutions, we offer specialistsupport to help clients repair their relationship with food and deal with any coexisting mental health issues.

Mary Magalotti on Identifying Binge Eating Disorder

It can be particularly difficult to assess whether you are suffering from abinge eating disorderbecause on occasion, everyone overeats. However, for someone with binge eating disorder, overeating becomes a constant way to cope with daily life and can cause them severe shame and distress. There are some common traits associated with binge eating disorder.

You may find yourself often eating past the point where you are full or eating far more than you think is reasonable.

You may have two-hour or longer periods where you do nothing but eat, especially if you are feeling particularly stressed.

You may avoid eating around others because you feel shame about the quantity of food you eat.

You may be embarrassed and resentful with yourself after eating.

If you think you might be suffering from binge eating disorder, reach out and seek help. Mary Magalotti, Jodie Brenton and the team at Life Resolutionsare specialists in dealing with binge eating disorder and know that it can affect anyone. Support is out there.

Seek Support with Life Resolutions

Our team of non-judgemental professionals are currentlyproviding both Telehealth servicesand face-to-face consultations. Telehealth counselling allows our clients to access our services from the comfort of their own home, so pleasecontact our friendly team tobook an appointment.

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