A person doesn't have to be anorexic or bulimic to have an eating disorder. Many people are compulsive binge eaters and have many of the same attitudes and behaviors of individuals suffering from Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa. Most people with binge eating disorders feel completely out of control when it comes to their frequent over eating behavior and feel guilty, embarrassed, depressed and miserable inside. Binge eating disorder can lead to obesity and serious health problems and it's important to seek help before the eating disorder becomes chronic and possibly life threatening.
In Alabama, Percy Center for Eating Disorders is an outpatient treatment program for individuals struggling with binge eating disorder and they provide a warm, comforting and therapeutic environment for their client's recovery. They also help people suffering from other serious eating disorders like Anorexia Nervosa or Bulimia Nervosa find the important and effective treatment they need as well.
When a person is suffering from a disorder like binge eating, there is a lot more going on besides a person's preoccupation with food. If you're a client at Percy Center for Eating Disorders you will receive the help you need to determine the reasons behind your binge eating disorder and find closure to unresolved problems. Clients also learn how to effectively deal with stress and depression which often leads to a binge eating episode. Nutrition education helps their clients to view food in a positive healthy way.
If you or someone you know is suffering from an eating disorder like Anorexia, Bulimia or Binge Eating Disorder, you don't have to suffer in silence because the staff at Percy Center really cares and want to help. Left untreated, eating disorders can lead to very serious physical problems that could be life-threatening. Serious and severe psychological or behavioral problems are also often associated with eating disorders as they progress, if gone untreated.
Some people even turn to drugs or alcohol due to depression or abuse stimulants to help them lose weight. Now's the time to reach out for guidance and support, and you won't find more effective, compassionate and understanding help like you will at Percy Center for Eating Disorders in Alabama.
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