Compulsive Overeating Symptoms & Warning Signs

What are the Symptoms & Signs of Compulsive Overeating?

The symptoms and signs of compulsive overeating are varied and diverse. People with compulsive overeating behaviors may regularly experience one or more of the following behaviors:

  • Eating what most people would think is an unusually large amount of food

  • Eating much more quickly than usual, or eating slowly and consistently throughout the day and/or night

  • Eating past satiety or until feeling uncomfortably full

  • Eating despite feeling full or not feeling hungry at all

  • Eating alone due to shame or embarrassment about the quantity of food consumed

  • Feeling disgusted, depressed or guilty after overeating

  • Night eating

  • Impulsive eating

  • Compulsive food behaviors like hiding food and eating food out of the garbage
    Binge eating

Questions about compulsive overeating?

If you are experiencing any of the symptoms listed above, we can help. You can call us today to speak with one of our Masters-level clinicians confidentially and at no cost. We would be happy to explore compulsive overeating treatment options and insurance coverage with you. Please call us at 877-825-8584.

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