BULIMIA NERVOSA is characterized by:

  • Binge eating-consuming large amounts of food in short periods of time and feeling out of control while doing it
  • Purging-undoing what you have done through vomiting, laxatives, diuretics, exercise, and/or restriction, etc
  • Poor self-esteem which is overly related to perceived body image

Common warning signs:

Evidence of purging in bathroom, rigid exercise routines, evidence of binge eating-food disappearing, sores on knuckles from vomiting, disappearing after meals, depression and/or anxiety, withdrawal socially, increased anger and defensiveness, poor body image and low self-esteem, etc. 

Does any of that cause concern or sound familiar? Do you or a loved one need to be professionally evaluated for an eating disorder and start working on recovery?  Contact me today to schedule an appointment for a full assessment and recommendations.  I would love the opportunity to work with you on restoring your health and live in recovery from your eating disorder.

Medical Risks:

There are multiple medical risks and consequences involved with eating disorders which can be very serious and potentially life threatening if left untreated. Eating Disorders have a high mortality rate when left untreated or in adequately treated. You can recover from an eating disorder and many physical complications can be reversed if treated and treated early.