binge eating disorder


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A condition characterised by recurrent binge eating—at least 2 days/week for 6 months; absence of anorexia nervosa; no recurrent purging, excessive exercise or fasting, marked distress with 3+ of following: Eating very rapidly; eating until uncomfortably full; eating when not hungry; eating alone; feeling disgusted or guilty after a binge

binge eating disorder

Psychiatry A condition characterized by recurrent binge eating–at least 2 days/wk for 6 months; absence of anorexia nervosa; no recurrent purging, excessive exercise or fasting marked distress with 3+ of following: Eating very rapidly; eating until uncomfortably full; eating when not hungry; eating alone; feeling disgusted or guilty after a binge See Eating disorder.
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We are excited to host our first Binge Eating Disorder Forum with to provide much needed information and encouragement to those suffering with BED.
5) Binge eating disorder (BED) is the most commonly diagnosed eating disorder in males, with 40% of male eating disorder patients having this single diagnosis.
People with binge eating disorder regularly consume large amounts of food in a set period of time and report feeling out-of-control during the episode.
Guided self-help cognitive-behavioral therapy was associated with a significantly higher remission rate for binge eating disorder than was guided self-help behavioral weight loss treatment, but weight loss was minimal among both groups, reported Carlos M.
A report is also due to be published to highlight the direct costs of treating disorders like anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa or binge eating disorder.
Binge Eating Disorder, included as a provisional category in the DSM-IV, is a specific example of an EDNOS.
At that time, 10 had full-scale eating disorders: 2 had anorexia nervosa, 6 had bulimia nervosa, and 2 had binge eating disorder.