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Bulimia Treatment Programmes

Life Works – the leading specialist in Bulimia treatment.

Bulimia helpBulimia is an eating disorder characterized by cycles of binging and purging. Bulimia sufferers eat far beyond the point of feeling full, followed by an episode of purging. This process of bingeing and purging is highly disruptive and can cause, chronic gastric reflux, ulcers, tooth decay, kidney damage, chest pain, infertility cardiac arrhythmia, and death.

Bulimia is often accompanied by guilt and depression and other disorders which makes many bulimics extremely secretive. Additionally, because they usually maintain an average body weight, bulimia can be difficult to detect in others.

If you are ready to start your recovery, please call Life Works at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

What are the signs & symptoms of Bulimia

Bulimia is a secretive disease and many of the symptoms are very hard to see. The most common bulimia symptoms are binging on foods that you feel guilty about eating, and then purging yourself of those foods through excessive exercise, vomiting or abusing laxatives. Other less visible symptoms of Bulimia include an obsession with food, fear or embarrassment about eating sugary or fatty foods in front of other people and constantly counting calories. If you are suffering from a continuous cycle of binging and purging and you are ready to break the habit, Life Works team of bulimia counsellors can help. Take the first step today by calling us at 0800 081 0700 or filling out our contact form.

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I think I need treatment for Bulimia, how can Life Works help me?

At Life Works, we help each patient identify the root of their eating disorder. Our holistic approach allows us to treat not only eating disorders, but any other co-occurring problems patients may have. We believe it is important to tackle the behaviour fuelling the disorder rather than just the symptoms. This insures all of Life Works patients have the best opportunity for long term recovery. Life Works also works with the families of bulimics to repair broken lines of communication and provide each patient with a support network. If you are ready to start your bulimia recovery, please call Life Works at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

How can I start treatment for Bulimia at Life Works?

If you are ready to start your recovery, Life Works can help. The first step is to call our team of professional admissions professionals. They can assess your situation, discuss your concerns and answer any other questions you may have. This helps us understand your problem and create a personalised treatment plan. If you are ready to take the first step on the road to opiate addiction recovery, please call our admissions professionals at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

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