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Binge Eating Disorder Luxury Treatment

When do you need inpatient binge eating recovery? Our mind has a peculiar relationship with food as it often expresses emotions through eating habits and behaviors. Sometimes, a person experiencing psychological distress begins to consume large amounts of food rapidly in a short time. When many of us might overeat sometimes, a person with BED has no control over their eating and overeats regularly. This individual experiences happiness during binge eating. However, this happiness is short-lived and is followed by a sense of shame and physical discomfort.

A woman binge eating while she watched TV.

Even though the individual feels shameful and is aware of the problem, he or she cannot stop their compulsion towards overeating. BED is developed as a response to pre-existing psychological issues as stress, trauma, and anxiety. Therefore, experts classify it as a psychiatric disorder. BED affects people with different body weights and does not always lead to obesity.

Balance Luxury Rehab High-end Treatment Method for Binge Eating Disorder

With careful consideration of the specific condition of every individual, our team begins the treatment by tending to issues that are considered urgent such as physical health issues and underlying psychological factors. Our program consists of a combination of therapy in the form of CBT and meditation that will help you release the stress that might cause you to overeat. Also, therapy will teach you coping techniques that can help you healthily overcome crises. As a result, you will no longer go to food for comfort and will no longer experience guilt, shame, and loss of control. In addition, our team at THE BALANCE Binge Eating Disorder Treatment & Recovery Treatment Center will reshape your views regarding food and self-image so that you can build a healthy relationship with food and eating.

Symptoms of Binge Eating Disorder

BED is a serious disorder that demands immediate attention and care. The following symptoms can indicate that a person suffers from BED:

  • eating much more rapidly than normal.
  • eating until uncomfortably full.
  • eating large amounts without feeling hungry.
  • eating alone due to feelings of embarrassment and shame.
  • feelings of guilt or disgust with oneself.
  • feelings of dissatisfaction with overeating and body weight.

Binge Eating Disorder FAQ

What is Binge Eating Disorder?

Binge Eating Disorder is where individuals have no control over their eating habits and end up overeating. They experience happiness when they overeat and depend on food for that source of happiness. They also feel shame when they stop eating but can’t help it, so they repeat that over and over again.

How to stop Binge Eating Disorder?

Our team carefully considers the conditions of each individual and begins by setting a personalized treatment plan. We start with the urgent issues; physical health and the underlying psychological factors. Our program consists of CBT therapy and meditation in order to release the stress that’s causing overheating in the first place. Then, we form a plan that you can always follow and apply in the long run. Lastly, our team at THE BALANCE Luxury Rehab & Recovery Treatment Center will reshape your views regarding food and self-image so that you can build a healthy relationship with food and eating.

How does Binge-eating disorder differ from Bulimia nervosa?

People with Bulimia will usually attempt to “purge” their system following a binge. This may involve causing themselves to vomit or abusing laxatives to flush out their digestive tract. People with binge-eating disorder do not attempt to purge the food they have consumed.