Binge Eating

What is Binge-eating?

Binge-eating disorder is characterized by recurrent binge-eating ( consumption of large amount of food) during which a person feels a lack or loss of control over eating. People with Binge eating disorder characteristically do some activities. They eat much more rapidly than normal people. They eat until they feel uncomfortably full. They take large amount …

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What Eating Becomes A Sickness

Binge Eating is also called Obsessive-Compulsive Overeating and is present in Bulimia Nervosa, another eating disorder. It is the most common eating disorder and involves consuming large amount of food during a short period of time and is usually followed by feelings of guilt over the binge-eating episode. Bing eaters, however, do not purge themselves. …

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Think Before You Eat

I’m sure everyone has always heard people telling you to think before you eat. Maybe they mean that you should “watch what you eat”? If you are eating just because you are bored or maybe just because you have an urge to do something, then this is definitely a bad reason to eat. Many feel …

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The Reason Behind Compulsive Overeating.

Compulsive overeating disorder is just like Bulimia disorder in a way, but what differentiate them is that a compulsive eater does not follow his bingeing with purging. A compulsive eater does know that he has a problem and he usually does something about it (e.g. dieting), but often fails in the middle of the road …

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The Disorder of Binge Eating

Binge eating is a recently noticed disorder. It involves eating unnaturally large amounts of food more as a craving than a need. The patient with a binge eating disorder eats large amounts of food frequently. The patient is unable to control eating. Binge eaters are often overweight. The disorder is a recently diagnosed problem and …

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The Danger of Being a Binge Eater

As we all know, some emotional factors can be a great cause of out-of-control eating, or in another word: Binge eating. Well, for those of you who don’t know, this is a perilous eating disorder that might lead to major physical complications such as diabetes, high cholesterol, heart diseases and much more. Also, advanced stages …

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Stuffing My Face For Freedom

Many of you may think that eating disorders must be associated with a persons love or disgust of food, but this is necessarily true. There are some eating disorders that are caused by mental problems as well. Lets say that there is a child who is being beaten or maybe just constantly yelled at every …

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Slimming disorder

Eating disorder can range from compulsive eating to completely avoiding food intake. The psychological and the physical health of the person are both affected in any kinds of eating disorder. It actually affects the totality of the person. All eating disorder have roots in low self esteem. People who focus so much on their physical …

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Self-Hypnosis and Binge Eating Disorder Recovery

I am often asked in my work if I think hypnosis will cure binge eating disorder. My response is always the same. I do not think hypnosis is the “magic” bullet that cures an eating disorder on its own. I think of it as an additional tool to help move into a recovery state along …

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Religion of Thinness

In a society that worships thinness, it’s little wonder that so many women devote an enormous amount of time, energy, and expense in the pursuit of a slender body. This pursuit has come to function like a religion, with it’s own set of beliefs, myths, rituals, images, and moral codes that encourage followers to seek …

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