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What are the consequences of binge eating disorder?
11 doctors weighed in

Dr. Joan Sy
Family Medicine
5 doctors agree
In brief: Poor self worth
First, binge eating soon becomes a compulsion or a behavior that is very, very difficult to control.
The act usually creates a sense of guilt and regret, which may or may not lead to purging which then lends to a number of different consequences including toothe enamel erosion or wear down, electrolyte disturbances, and potentially even death. If continues -extremely difficult overweight dilemma.

In brief: Poor self worth
First, binge eating soon becomes a compulsion or a behavior that is very, very difficult to control.
The act usually creates a sense of guilt and regret, which may or may not lead to purging which then lends to a number of different consequences including toothe enamel erosion or wear down, electrolyte disturbances, and potentially even death. If continues -extremely difficult overweight dilemma.
Dr. Joan Sy
Dr. Joan Sy
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Dr. Herbert Popolow
Clinical Psychology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Gaining weight
If you are also purging, the consequences to your health are greatly increased.
You should seek professional help from a psychologist or psychiatrist.

In brief: Gaining weight
If you are also purging, the consequences to your health are greatly increased.
You should seek professional help from a psychologist or psychiatrist.
Dr. Herbert Popolow
Dr. Herbert Popolow
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Dr. Nina Savelle-rocklin
Clinical Psychology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Health & Emotional
Binge eating disorder can impact your health negatively, as bingeing often leads to weight gain and increased hypertension, heart disease, and more.
Psychologically, there is often a lot of shame attached to BED. The behavior may undermines your self esteem and cause depression and anxiety. Some people avoid social interaction with others so they can eat alone and become isolated.

In brief: Health & Emotional
Binge eating disorder can impact your health negatively, as bingeing often leads to weight gain and increased hypertension, heart disease, and more.
Psychologically, there is often a lot of shame attached to BED. The behavior may undermines your self esteem and cause depression and anxiety. Some people avoid social interaction with others so they can eat alone and become isolated.
Dr. Nina Savelle-rocklin
Dr. Nina Savelle-rocklin
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