A Brief Binge Eating Disorder Test
Binge eating disorder is a real eating disorder. In fact, binge eating disorder is the most common eating disorder in the U.S., affecting millions of Americans. Could you or someone you know be struggling with binge eating disorder?
Identify common symptoms of binge eating disorder by taking our brief self-assessment quiz below.
What is Binge Eating Disorder?
Binge eating goes beyond feeling “stuffed” or overeating on occasion. With binge eating disorder, bingeing occurs regularly. Binge episodes include:
- Eating more rapidly than normal
- Eating until feeling uncomfortably full
- Eating large amounts of food even when not physically hungry
- Eating alone due to embarrassment about the quantity one eats
- Feeling disgusted with oneself, depressed or guilty after eating
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Please note: this online eating disorder screening test is not intended to diagnose an illness. If you are struggling with eating disorder behaviors, we encourage you to call us at 877-825-8584 or find an experienced eating disorder treatment professional near you. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please dial 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
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Do You Have Binge Eating Disorder?
If you have binge eating disorder, it does not mean you lack self-control. It just means that you have an illness that can be treated. There is no shame in having binge eating disorder and there is no shame in seeking professional help. Some people with binge eating disorder attempt to diet or exercise their way out of the eating disorder. However, when the emotional issues related to binge eating are not addressed, binge eating behaviors tend to continue. The health risks associated with BED are very real, including:
- High blood pressure
- High cholesterol
- Heart disease
- Type II diabetes mellitus
- Emotional and mental distress
Help for Binge Eating
You can recover from binge eating disorder — with the right help. Eating Recovery Center’s specialized binge eating disorder treatment team works closely with diverse individuals to understand how each person’s unique biological, psychological and social factors contribute to their illness. Medical, therapeutic, dietary, and psychiatric treatment are all provided within our program.
If you or someone you care about needs help for binge eating disorder, please call us to speak with a Masters-level clinician at 877-825-8584. Phone consultations are free and confidential.