Binge eating disorder is the most common type of eating disorder in the United States. [US Dept. of Health & Human Services, Office on Women’s Health 5/17/18] People with binge eating disorder often feel out of control and eat a large amount of food at one time (called a binge). Unlike other eating disorders, people who have binge eating disorder do not throw up the food or exercise too much. Binge eating disorder is a serious health problem, but people with binge eating disorder can get better with treatment.
Nearly two-thirds (65 percent) of young American women report disordered eating behaviors. [ABC News report 4/26/18]
If you’re dealing with this behavior, you’re not alone. The situation isn’t hopeless. Help is available.
One young woman affected by this disorder had this to say:
“I came to Donna seeking help making peace with food and my overeating struggles. I had been struggling with episodes of overeating for almost two years, usually about once a week. If you’ve ever struggled with this type of issue, you know that it can seem absolutely awful at times, and can leave you feeling very hopeless. After just 6 weeks, I can safely say that I have never felt so at ease around food. To have over 4 weeks now without an episode speaks volumes! I feel like Donna has given me the tools to take back control of my life, and I am so excited that I now know how to prevent those awful overeating episodes from occurring again. Hypnosis did for me what traditional therapy couldn’t. If you have a habit or action that you are trying to break, Donna is the person to go to!” – M.T.
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