Binge Eating Disorder Treatment

Our Veterans Rehab Treatment Centers offer specialized treatment programs for Binge Eating Disorder. With years of experience, Our Residential Mental Health Treatment Centers work tirelessly to meet your treatment needs.

WHAT IS Binge Eating Disorder?

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Binge Eating disorder is a serious eating disorder in which unusually large amounts of food are consumed and one feels unable to stop eating. People with this condition regularly and uncontrollably consume large amounts of food in short periods of time. Unlike people with other eating disorders, they do not purge. This is often used as an ineffective coping skill for conditions such as anxiety, depression, and unresolved trauma.

Almost everyone overeats on occasion, such as having seconds or thirds of a holiday meal. But for some, excessive overeating that feels out of control and is a regular occurrence crosses the line When someone has this condition, they may be embarrassed about overeating and vow to stop. But they feel such a compulsion that they can’t resist the urges and continue binge eating. 

Treatment can help. Veterans, Medical Professionals, and First Responders face a lot in the line of duty. This Condition is often used as a means to cope with traumatic experiences. Our Veterans Rehab and Detox Centers offer one on one therapy, group therapy, nutritional courses, and mindfulness techniques to help with Eating Disorder management. With Rehabs and Detox Centers located across the country, we have specialized treatment programs and unique offerings to meet the needs of Veterans struggling.


Signs and symptoms may include:

  • Eating unusually large amounts of food in a specific amount of time, such as over a two-hour period
  • Feeling that your eating behavior is out of control
  • Eating even when you’re full or not hungry
  • Eating rapidly during binge episodes
  • Eating until you’re uncomfortably full
  • Frequently eating alone or in secret
  • Feeling depressed, disgusted, ashamed, guilty or upset about your eating
  • Frequently dieting, possibly without weight loss

Complications from Binge Eating Disorder

Complications include:

  • Poor quality of life
  • Problems functioning at work, with your personal life or in social situations
  • Social isolation
  • Obesity
  • Medical conditions related to obesity, such as joint problems, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and some sleep-related breathing disorders

Psychiatric disorders that are often linked include:

  • Depression
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Anxiety
  • Substance Use Disorder

How We Treat


Through the groundbreaking use of integrative evidence-based therapies, Our Veterans Rehab helps develop coping skills for Eating Disorder, process what causes Eating Disorders, and develop Mental Wellness Plans for lifelong recovery from Eating Disorders.

Nutritional Groups

There is strong evidence that many of the symptoms of Eating Disorders affect the brain and influences mood changes, rigidity in thinking, anxiety and reduction in appetite. Our Veterans Rehab offers nutritional courses to meet your needs and help you have a healthy relationship with food.

Physical Fitness

Our Veterans Rehab offers many healthy activities to promote physical fitness in a balanced way. Whether it's Yoga, Hitting the Gym, or going on a peaceful Meditative Walk, we encourage you to strengthen your body as well as your mind and spirit.

Call Today to Learn More


As a member of the VA Community Care Network, Warriors and First Responders Resorts can help. You can enroll into one of our specialized treatment programs yourself or refer someone. Our Veterans Rehab admissions staff is available to answer any questions and help to guide you through the process. Admissions staff members are there to arrange admissions, facilitate transportation, evaluate, and assist with insurance verification.

 Once a Veteran enters our Rehab and completes their mental health evaluations, they will be given a daily schedule. It is important to adhere to all the rules and do their best to complete all the work laid out for them in their individualized treatment plan. When Veterans work hard on their recovery and want to improve their situation, they will experience the healing process. Those that enroll in our program have the opportunity to change and begin the journey to sobriety.


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