Compulsive Overeating


Living with compulsive overeating disorders, such as bulimia, can be very health hazardous and should be tended to right away. If you are living with bulimic symptoms, such as overeating or binging and purging, you should contact us at Cliffside Malibu. We can help you to overcome your problems with eating and get you better in as little time as possible. Just contact our facility to set up an appointment to take a tour of the grounds. Then we can go over our program in detail, so that you fully understand what would be happening if you were to admit yourself into our center.

Our rehab is very different from most because of the additional features that we offer our patients. Most consider our facility as luxurious. It makes it very appealing to many people because the stay here isn’t like an ordinary substance abuse and eating disorder treatment facility. Our percentage of successful recoveries is at a decent number, so you can be sure that we can help you to the best of our power. If you know someone who needs help with their compulsive eating disorder, you can give us a call to see how we can help get them admitted and treated. If this sounds good to you, call Cliffside Malibu at 1-800-501-1988.

Why Cliffside Malibu for Compulsive Overeating

Suffering from binge eating can be very stressful, especially if you are still trying to hide it from your friends and family. Seeking help is the best thing for you to do, so give Cliffside Malibu a call to see how we can get started on making you well. The fact that you understand that you have a problem and are searching for treatment centers shows that you are ready to get well. An eating disorder is just as serious as a drug addiction. Once getting past denial, the rest should be pretty simple. We will help you make the difficult steps of getting over your binge eating habits and purging. It is important that you stop purging in order to save your teeth. The acid from the fluid in your stomach corrodes your teeth and over time it will begin to show.

One of the great things about staying at our rehabilitation center is because of the luxury features that we offer, such as a plush bed and mattress with a private bath. You get great ocean views and access to a fully equipped fitness center where you can work out and get fit. Then for more healthy living, we have gourmet chefs on the grounds, so eating delicious foods is on the menu. Our nutritionists help to make sure that everyone is eating healthy foods and enough of it. They check all of our patients to ensure that no one is malnourished. We also have plasma televisions available for your entertainment. Call Cliffside Malibu today at 1-800-501-1988 to experience our compulsive eating treatment for yourself.

Getting Help for Compulsive Overeating

If you or someone close to you is suffering from an eating disorder like anorexia or bulimia, you should do >what you can to get the help needed to be cured. No one enjoys living with this secret, not only does it make you ill, but it also affects your relationships and friendships. The big secret will make you distant and covering it up will be your biggest concern. With help from a treatment facility like Cliffside Malibu will help you to rid this secret and be happier with yourself.

A lot of the bulimics out there will keep their secret to themselves for years to come. In the long run, they will have rotten teeth from all the purging and countless health problems. If you are underweight, we can help you to get your weight up and back to normal. The reason why many people become bulimic is because they believe they are overweight. Most of the time they are perfectly fine, but in their mind they aren’t. This is how it all begins and from there, the individual becomes dangerously underweight. Sometimes mandatory admission into a hospital is required. You can prevent all of this from happening by seeking addiction recovery for your eating disorder right now. Call Cliffside Malibu today at 1-800-501-1988.

Symptoms of Compulsive Overeating

There are multiple symptoms, both behavioral and physical that can be watched out for. If someone you know is overeating and seems to want to do it in secret or feels very guilty about their eating habits, look out for purging. Other signs include feeling relieved after eating, as though they were relieving tension. Depression, guilt and disgust are common emotions felt by bulimics towards themselves. It is important that you if you see any of these signs that you try to confront them. If it is someone you know and they refuse to admit to their problem, you may want to go to a health professional. Try to get them checked out and evaluated.

Once getting admitted into an eating disorder and drug rehab program, the binging and purging will cease and a psychologist will talk with the patient to try to figure out why he or she is feeling the way they do. There is always a root to the problem, so once it is discovered the road to recovery can truly begin. At Cliffside Malibu, you will receive support while you are within our program and when you are released. We offer group sessions, therapy and special activities that help to make fighting bulimia easier. Don’t let bulimia destroy your life, call us at 1-800-501-1988.

Living Without Bulimia

Once you graduate from the program at the Cliffside Malibu rehab center, you will be on your way to really testing how well our system works. If things worked as planned, you will sometimes feel the urge to binge, but you will know what to do to curve those cravings and do what’s right by you. It isn’t a good idea to try and fight this alone. Find and admit yourself into a quality facility, so that you can get on the road to being healthy again. If you would like to know more about how we can help you, call us today.

 

 

 

For additional information on the Compulsive Overeating programs at Cliffside Malibu. For immediate assistance call Cliffside Malibu anytime at 1-800-501-1988.

As with all co-occurring disorders, Cliffside Malibu treats eating disorders as a co-occurring disorder with drug and or alcohol abuse.