Treatment for Binge Eating
What is Binge Eating?
Binge eating is an eating disorder that effects over 725,000 people in the UK presently. Binge eating causes one to eat more than their recommended calories count daily. There are of course different kinds of eating disorders that have the opposite kind of effect, both of which have a varying level of worrying characteristics/behaviours. Those who suffer from binge eating will be over-weight and obese, which has a lot underlining health issues also.
The reason behind binge eating will differ from person to person. The cause for binge eating can be identified via three different factors: environmental, social and cultural factors. Binge eating can affect anyone of any age regardless of gender. Statistics have actually shown that there are equal amounts of men and women both suffering from binge eating. A lot of binge eating will occur during ‘episodes’. These episodes can lead to a loss of self-control, control that can be difficult to maintain even in-between these episodes.
When does Binge Eating become a mental issue?
Eating disorders like binge eating, have a lot of over-arching mental issues that follow. Anxiety is one of the main mental issues here given the size of the individual. All eating disorders have some level of mental toll, it is not mutually exclusive to binge eating. Binge eating can affect everything about your life, from how you socialise to even your moral at work. Those suffering from binge eating might not even think there is an issue until it is too late. Binge eating puts a lot of strain on ones heart which of course can be relayed back to the worry one might have if they possess some level of self-awareness. If binge eating is left un-resolved, then there are mental and physical consequences.
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Potential Treatment for Binge Eating
Binge eating can make one feel like they are dealing with these types of issues on their own, which is why it is important for one to seek some form of help. Binge eating exists solely within the mind, which is why The Hudson Mind Theory (HMT) could serve as a potential longterm solution. HMT gives one the chance to resolve their own torment via techniques that allows one to control their own mind in a way that siphons negative thoughts and channels them into positivity. In other words, giving one the control to say no.
As we’ve already mentioned, binge eating can affect anyone at anytime, and in a lot of cases, this can be seen as something that is completely out of their control. HMT allows one to bridge the gp between control and ones own consciousness, thus giving someone their life back within their own mind.
Sessions for HMT allow one to counteract their woes rather quickly, and can even take place via Skype and FaceTime respectively. Previous patients of this treatment have noticed significant results from simply 1 or 2 sessions with one of our practitioners. To view more of our treatments check out our
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