About Healthy Living Eating Disorder Facility
Almost 4 million people in the United States suffer from binge eating disorders which includes men and women. Women tend to suffer from binge eating disorders more than men but not by much. The cause varies from person to person but depression, drastic dieting, stress, and coping abilities are some of the elements that can have an emotional impact on binge eating.
Many binge eaters consume food secretly so no one can see them; they eat much faster than normal, eat when they're not hungry, and are unable to control themselves once they begin to eat. After a binge, usually the individual feels regretful, guilty, and miserable. Many binge eaters become obsessed with food and how they look.
Our behavioral therapy program can help you, you're not alone. It's important to be aware of what triggers a person's binge eating and this is different for every person. Learning healthy and positive ways to deal with stress and anxiety is very important. Both stress and anxiety are factors that affect a binge for most people. Learning positive strategies during stressful situations will make a difference not only when it comes to binge eating but will help you in other areas of your life. Learning to control your thoughts and behaviors in a healthy and positive way will change the way you view yourself and we are here to help.
Call us @ (619) 259-5501 or Toll-Free 1-888-565-6401
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