Do you struggle with your appetite?

Everyone overeats occasionally, indulging in that extra slice of birthday cake or getting seconds at Thanksgiving. But for some people, excessive overeating can feel out of control more often than not — that is Binge Eating Disorder.

You may be embarrassed about overeating and hide food or how much you are eating from family and friends. You have been on a million diets and vow to stop, but you feel such a compulsion that you can’t resist the urges. Thoughts of food preoccupy your mind, like a food obsession, until you finally give in to a binge episode. The good news is that there is help!

Binge Eating Disorder (BED) is more common than you think. You might have this eating disorder if you get cravings to keep on eating a lot of food in a short period of time, even when your stomach is telling you it is full.

BED is more common than breast cancer, HIV, and schizophrenia. [Learn more]

BED is 3x more common than Anorexia and Bulimia… COMBINED.


13.2% of girls will struggle with some kind of eating disorder by the age of 20.


3.5% of women struggle with an eating disorder during their life, according to a study published in Biological Psychiatry.


2.0% of men struggle with an eating disorder during their life.

Related Diagnoses

BED is often misdiagnosed or exists alongside other disorders, making it challenging to treat effectively. If you believe you have struggled in the past with:

  • Comfort eating
  • Stress eating
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • OCD

you may actually have an eating disorder.

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