Binge Eating Recovery: The 5 Stages of Recovery

Recovering from binge eating can be an uncertain, lonely and also scary process for everyone who struggles with it. There is no certain guideline that tells you what are the exact steps of recovery, what are the exact results and what is the exact pace to make enough progress. The reason for it is because […]

Night Eating Syndrome – Symptoms, Causes And How To Cope With It

Do you often get up at night to eat? And in the morning you do not understand where the food from the refrigerator has gone? There is probably no person on earth, who hasn’t sneaked to the fridge at night. But if you do this regularly, then it might become a deeper problem and a […]

PCOS can affect your relationship with food

Eating disorders such as binge eating disorder, orthorexia, or anorexia are shattering conditions that burden the lives of millions of people around the world, and it can be difficult to get back on track. They can affect lives in a very negative way and change the way one lives. While there are many causes of […]

7 Strategies To Deal With An Eating Disorder During The Covid-19 Pandemic

This is a stressful time for all, but if you’re suffering from an eating disorder the current pandemic may be especially triggering for you. Whether you have binge eating disorder, anorexia, bulimia, orthorexia, body image issues or any other kind of disordered eating behavior – this will be a challenging time.  To help you confront […]

5 Steps Of What To Do After A Binge

In this article, you will learn what you exactly should do after you’ve experienced a binge eating episode in order to prevent further binges. Before we get started, we should discuss what “binge eating“ means. Binge Eating Behavior and Binge Eating Disorder (those 2 terms are not the same) are eating behaviors where a person […]

Causes of Binge Eating Disorder – An Analysis of Risk & Possible Factors

Binge Eating Disorder is a type of eating disorder and therefore categorized as a mental issue. A study at Fairburn and Harrison, 2003, revealed that 80-85% of people suffering from an eating disorder did not show signs of being underweight. This means that of everyone suffering from an eating disorder, only 20% were anorexic or […]