Binge eating is a pattern of disordered eating which consists of episodes of uncontrollable overeating. This binging on food is often a symptom of Binge Eating Disorder or Bulimia Nervosa. The person may have Bulimia if the binge eating is followed by compensatory behaviors such as vomiting, laxative use or obsessive exercise. During a binge eating episode, a person rapidly consumes large quantities of food. Often the binge eating functions to help the sufferer manage overwhelming emotions or stressful life events. Binge eaters feel powerless and are unable to control their consumption of large quantities of food. Some people may engage in single episodes of binge eating while others may binge throughout the day.
Your friend or loved one may need treatment if you notice any of the following warning signs:
Castlewood Treatment Center offers individualized treatment for binge eating and other eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa, compulsive overeating, and bulimia nervosa. At Castlewood, our focus is on providing empowering treatment to our patients.Castlewood provides an individualized treatment approach to meet the precise needs of each client. We look underneath the symptoms as a way to understand the function of the disorder in the client’s life. Here you can experience emotional and physical healing at the hands of experienced specialists in psychiatry, body image, internal family systems, family therapy, healthy nutrition, life-coaching, alcohol and sexual addiction, and more. Out staff assist the clients in management of the symptoms and prevention of their relapse. Care continues even after our patients leave Castlewood.
Our binge eating treatment methodology incorporates:
To take advantage of the unique, dedicated binge eating treatment at Castlewood, contact our intake experts on phone at 1-866-225-0377 (toll free) or 636-386-6611. Send your inquiries to email@example.com.