Are you suffering from an eating disorder? Do you suffer from Binge eating followed by self-induced vomiting? Do your friends and loved ones tell you stop losing weight. Do you get your binge on, then lose it all in the bathroom? Signs of anorexia and bulimia are often very visceral. While the one who suffers may be unaware, it’s important that we are all familiar with the symptoms of anorexia and binge eating disorder. Bulimia and anorexia symptoms can be researched for those who want to learn more. A few common symptoms include an ulcerated esophagus for bulimics and extreme weight loss for anorexics. Don’t wait until it’s too late. Call one of our friendly eating disorder specialist and heal you’re way back into a better life.
Am I Anorexic or Bulimic?
What is Anorexia? What is Bulimia? Anorexia and bulimia are two of the most common types of emotional eating disorders and they can be treated. Anorexia nervosa is an emotional disorder involving starvation through an obsessive desire to lose weight. Bulimia nervosa is also an emotional disorder involving the desire to lose weight. However, it’s characterized by excessive overeating, followed by vomiting. These two eating disorders are more common than you think. Just look at any of the major celebrity media sources or health and wellness magazine and you’ll find story after story of people like you and me suffering from eating disorders. Are you ready for eating disorder treatment?
Find Treatment Today
Listen, our team of eating disorder specialist know how to stop binge eating and treat anorexia. It all starts when you make your first phone call and schedule an eating disorder test. This will help your physician choose the appropriate binge eating disorder treatment or anorexia treatment. You also want to make sure you choose the appropriate treatment center to meet your needs. Often times, travel is recommended to make sure you heal in the environment that best fits your needs. This may include traveling out of state to an inpatient treatment centers with amenities. Likewise, you may opt for a local outpatient treatment facilities. Regardless, take the first step today and find treatment for your eating disorder. Let’s face it, everyone needs help from time to time and your time is now. Call today and begin a healthier life. Also, we accept calls for those calling in for a loved one. Call 844-211-3916 to contact us with any questions.