Everyone seems to overeat once in a while, but when this behavior tends to linger on and happens more frequently, it potentially indicates an underlying psychiatric condition. Binge eating disorder, or BED, is one of the most serious yet treatable types of eating disorder in the world. Characterized by recurring episodes of consuming large quantities of food every quickly, the disorder was formally recognized by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders in 2013. Most people diagnosed with BED feel out of control when eating and end up feeling shame or guilt over their association with food.
While the disorder may seem harmless, it tends to get so intense for the victims that their overall health and well-being take a direct hit. Such people gain weight, lose confidence and self-esteem and gradually withdraw from all social activities to hide their shame. These negative consequences make it critical to catch the disorder in time and get the necessary binge eating disorder help as soon as possible.
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Binge eating disorder usually develops in adolescent years or early childhood, following a substantial diet. During a binge, you might eat even if you're not hungry and eat until you're completely satisfied. You could also binge so quickly that you don't notice what you're eating or tasting. There are no recurring efforts to "make up" for the binges through fasting, vomiting, or over-exercising, unlike bulimia.read more
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Binge eating disorder recovery can be a difficult journey. Perhaps you're concerned that you're moving too quickly or not getting enough progress.read more