Do You Struggle With Night Eating?

Take this short quiz

  • Do you wake up not wanting to eat breakfast and/or skip breakfast 4 or more mornings per week?
  • Do you experience strong urges to eat in the evening?
  • Do you use food to get to sleep initially or to go back to sleep in the middle of the night?
  • Do you eat a bulk of your total daily calories after dinner and before bed?
  • Do you have trouble falling or staying asleep?
  • Is your mood/anxiety worse in the evening and at night?  Do you use food to "calm down" in the evenings?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you may be struggling with a night eating syndrome, which is a form of binge eating disorder. It’s not that you lack will power: you may be suffering from a serious illness.
We can help you put your struggles with night eating to rest.
Call us today for a free, confidential assessment.

You don’t need to struggle alone with night eating

Many people don’t realize night eating and compulsive overeating may be eating disorders that requires specialized medical and therapeutic care. We understand how isolating it can feel to struggle with food and your weight—and that it’s not as simple as we’d like to think to forge a healthy relationship with the two.

Fortunately, there is hope and freedom from night eating syndrome through specialized eating disorder treatment.

Eating Recovery Center’s innovative Binge Eating Treatment & Recovery Program for overweight patients goes beyond diet and exercise, integrating evidence-based strategies to support overweight individuals suffering from eating disorders. Our medically-supported programming is rooted in non-diet weight management and fuses mental health, dietary support and education, exercise/movement, and medical management to support lasting recovery for adults and adolescents.

And guess what? Many health plans cover treatment for BED

If you are diagnosed with binge eating disorder, your treatment may be covered by your health insurance plan. Many health plans provide benefits for mental health disorders, including eating disorders like BED. Contact us and we’ll do a free insurance benefits check for you.

Our Approach

Our Binge Eating Treatment & Recovery Program for overweight patients safely and effectively eliminates behaviors that interfere with weight management while providing patients, families and referring providers with tools and strategies to foster lasting lifestyle change. Our goal is to help you achieve a healthier, happier quality of life when you return home.

Our Experts

Eating Recovery Center’s program is overseen by nationally-recognized experts in the area of eating disorder treatment for overweight individuals. As thought-leaders, we recognize the connection between mental health and weight management in the treatment of overeating, high weight and related conditions. At ERC’s facilities, you’ll receive treatment that is compassionate, customized and effective.

Family Involvement

Overeating impacts whole families. With accurate information, family members can support their loved one’s recovery, including healthy, sustainable lifestyle changes. Our Family Support Program emphasizes education and skill building through multi-family therapy, education, process groups and supported meals.

Our Presence

We offer programs across the country so you and your family can choose a center that’s best suited for you. Our Binge Eating reatment & Recovery Program for overweight patients is part of Eating Recover Center’s nationwide network of treatment centers specializing in eating disorders and behavioral health concerns, and we are able to draw from these resources to accommodate the diverse recovery needs of any patient at any time, including in many instances mood and anxiety disorders.

Our Commitment

Our program has earned a reputation for excellence in the treatment of binge eating disorder, bulimia, food addiction and related conditions by providing quality care to our patients, engaging families and involving referring professionals for more than 12 years. We are committed to helping you identify and change what is standing in the way of more controlled eating, and to develop a better relationship with food, activity, and your body so that you can recover the life you deserve.