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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Over Eating or Binge Eating Disorder Physical effects:Weight gain, often leading to obesityHigh blood pressure & cholesterolKronic kidney problems/kidney failureOsteoarthritisDiabetesStrokeComplications during pregnancyGallbladder diseaseIrregular menstrual cycleSkin disordersHeart diseaseCertain types of cancer Frequent episodes of consuming very large amount of food but without behaviors to prevent weight gain, such as self-induced vomiting. A feeling of being out of control during the binge eating episodes. Feelings of strong shame or guilt regarding the binge eating.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. Psychological effects: Difficulties with activities which involvefood which may lead to self-imposedisolationLow self esteem and embarrassment over physical appearanceFeeling extremely distressed, upset and anxious during and after a binge episodeFear of the disapproval of othersSelf harm or suicide attemptsOverly sensitive to references about weight or appearanceGuilt, self disgust, self loathingAnxietyDepression Behavioural effects:An overwhelming sense of lack of control regarding eating behaviourEating more rapidly than normalPeriods of uncontrolled, impulsive or continuous eating whereby a person may consume many thousands of calories, often to thepoint of feeling uncomfortably fullEating when not physically hungryRepeated episodes of binge eating which often results in feelings of shame or guiltEating in secretAvoiding social situations, particularly those involving food.Eating normal quantities in social settings, and gorging when alone Did you know? Body-based teasing can have a serious impact on girls attitudes and behaviours. According to one study, girls whoreported teasing by family memberswere 1.5 times more likely to engagein binge-eating and extreme weight control behaviours five years later. Little more information about B.E.D (Binge Eating Disorder):Binge eating disorder affects women slightlymore often than men--estimates indicate that about 60% of people struggling with binge eating disorder are female, 40% are malePeople who struggle with binge eating disorder can be of normal or heavier than average weight.BED is often associated with symptoms of depression.People struggling with binge eating disorder often express distress, shame, and guilt over their eating behaviors.People with binge eating disorder report a lower quality of life than non-binge eating disorder.
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