Eating disorder Recovery Treatment

Eating disorders are serious health conditions that can be both physically and emotionally destructive.  People with eating disorders need to seek professional help. Early diagnosis and intervention may enhance recovery. Eating disorders can become chronic, debilitating, and even life-threatening conditions.  Recovery is possible and Clarity is committed to work toward a full and complete recovery from this illness.  Below are the three most talked about eating disorders, however there are four other eating disorder's that individuals may be struggling with and can recovery from.  

 


Anorexia Nervosa

Inadequate food intake leading to a weight loss

 

2  Intense fear of weight gain, obsession with weight and persistent behavior to prevent weight gain

 

3  Self-esteem overly related to body image

 

4  Lack of clarity to understand the severity of the situation

 

5  Binge-Eating/Purging Type involves binge eating and/or purging behaviors during the last three months

6  Restricting Type does not involve binge eating or purging


Bulimia Nervosa

1  Frequent episodes of consuming large amounts of food followed by behaviors to prevent weight gain, such as self-induced vomiting

 

2  A feeling of being out of control during the binge-eating episodes

 

 Self-esteem overly related to body image


Binge Eating / Compulsive Overeating Disorder

 

1  Frequent episodes of consuming large amounts of food but without purging behaviors to prevent weight gain

 

2  A feeling of being out of control during the binge eating episodes

 

3  Feelings of strong shame or guilt regarding the binge eating

 

4  Indications that the binge eating is out of control,

            such as eating when not hungry, eating to the    

            point of discomfort, or eating alone because of

            shame about the behavior


Addition Eating and Feeding Disorders

 

Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)

 

 Pica

 

 Rumination Disorder

 

Unspecified Feeding or Eating Disorder