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Binge Eating / Overeating Treatment Programmes

Life Works - the leading specialist in binge eating and overeating treatment

overeatingBinge eating and overeating are serious medical conditions which manifest in a compulsive, out-of-control relationship to food. A person who binge eats turns to food to deal with stress and other uncomfortable emotions. As a result, these emotions build up and often become worse, spiralling into guilt, depression, and low self-esteem. This then leads to more emotional eating.

Because the binge eater is unable to properly manage food intake, the physical body becomes vulnerable to life-altering health issues. These include obesity, depression and type II diabetes.

If you are ready to stop the guilt and depression of binge eating, call Life Works at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

Signs and Symptoms of Binge Eating

The most common symptom of binge eating is regularly eating very large amounts of food, regardless of whether or not you are hungry. For most binge eaters, overeaters and emotional eaters, this makes them feel powerless and guilty. Binge eating can also be tied to emotions. Some binge eaters eat when they are sad, angry or experiencing any other type of strong emotion, hence the term emotional eater. They are also likely to hide their eating disorder from friends and family. Binge eaters will avoid eating in front of people and then secretly binge in private. This leads to poor body image. Many binge eaters feel embarrassed and ashamed of their appearance and are always finding flaws with themselves. If you recognise any of these symptoms in yourself or a loved one, you can call Life Works at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

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I think I need Binge Eating Treatment, how can Life Works help me?

Life Works specialises in treating binge eating, overeating, emotional eating, compulsive eating and other eating disorders. We work hard to identify the root cause of a patient’s eating disorder rather than simply treating the symptoms. To do this, each of our patients undergoes a number of bespoke treatments along with individual and group therapy sessions. These combine to create a holistic treatment that is both highly effective and tailored for every individual. This insures each patient gets the treatment they need to start recovery and rebuild their life. If you are interested in binge eating treatment, please contact Life Works at 0800 081 0700 or fill in our contact form.

How can I start Binge Eating Treatment at Life Works?

Treatment at Life Works starts with a call to one of our binge eating treatment professionals. They will help you understand our treatments and answer any questions you may have. The call is free and everything you say is completely confidential. If you are ready to take your first step on the road to recovery, Life Works is here to help. Please give us a call at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

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