Luxury Treatment for Bulimia Nervosa

When do you need inpatient bulimia recovery & rehab? is similar to Anorexia nervosa in the sense that they both manipulate the way we look at food and our body. However, while Anorexic individuals tend to eat little to no food, people who suffer from Bulimia binge eat large amounts of food with a loss of control over their appetite and then attempt to reverse their intake through unhealthy behaviors. For instance, they might take laxatives or force themselves to vomit in an attempt to avoid weight gain.

People who suffer from bulimia become obsessed with their weight and body shape and are very critical of their physical flaws. Asides from being a food consumption issue, Bulimia has a lot to do with self-image and self-criticism. Both males and females are susceptible to Bulimia, yet females are more vulnerable to it due to society’s judgmental views and unrealistic expectations for females around the world. The consequences of Bulimia are dire on physical and psychological health. They disrupt one’s social life and weaken their overall physical abilities and functions.

Inpatient Luxury Bulimia Nervosa Treatment at Balance Luxury Rehab

We want to assure you that recovery is within reach and we can guide you towards it. Our chefs will assign each visitor with a healthy and delicious diet that will supply your body with all essential nutrients. Our psychologists and psychiatrists will address the underlying issues and use therapy to improve your relationship with your body and with food. Our program at THE BALANCE Bulimia Nervosa Recovery Treatment Center also includes family members and will look to raise their awareness and steer them towards an accepting and healthy environment.

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Symptoms of Bulimia Nervosa

include physical, emotional, and behavioral changes like:

  • Weight that increases and decreases in significant amounts, between 5 and 20 pounds in a week.
  • Chapped or cracked lips due to dehydration.
  • Using laxatives, diuretics, or enemas after eating when they’re not needed.
  • Constantly worrying about weight or appearance.
  • Eating to the point of discomfort.
  • Going to the bathroom immediately after eating.
  • Exercising too much, especially after they’ve eaten a lot in one sitting.
  • Restricting calories or avoiding certain foods.
  • Not wanting to eat in front of others.
  • Poor self-esteem and body image.
  • Irritability, agitation, or other mood changes.
  • Social isolation.
  • Depression.
  • Anxiety.

Bulimia Nervosa FAQ

What is Bulimia Nervosa?

Bulimia Nervosa is another eating disorder that alters our relationship with our bodies and food. It is when the individual binge eats quantities of food and then forces the reversal of that intake through unhealthy behaviors. They could make themselves vomit or even take laxatives to avoid gaining weight.

Is Bulimia Nervosa restricted to one gender?

This eating disorder deals with body image and relationship with food. Thus, both males and females are susceptible to Bulimia, yet females are more vulnerable to it due to society’s judgmental views and unrealistic expectations for females around the world.

How do you treat Bulimia Nervosa?

Our team works on developing a healthy and delicious diet that will supply the body with enough nutrition. We also work on bettering the relationship with the body and food in order to reach comfort that will last away after the end of the treatment.

I am worried about relapsing because of my environment, what can I do?

Our program at THE BALANCE Luxury Rehab & Recovery Treatment Center ensures that you are well prepared to face the world after you’re done with your treatment. Thus, we also include family members and will look to raise their awareness and steer them towards an accepting and healthy environment.