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    Binge eating disorder
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    jdaniel10 posted:
    I've struggled with my weight my whole life. No matter how many times i've tried to eat healthy and lose weight, food always wins. I believe i have binge eating disorder. I was wondering if anyone has any treatment suggestions besides threapy (which im not opposed to just can't afford right now) and anti-depressents (which also am not opposed to but do not have health insurance right now)

    Thank you.
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    mariajohnson responded:
    Hey daniel, you cam go for psychotherapy as it helps to teach you how to exchange unhealthy habits for healthy ones and reduce binging episodes. You can also take antidepressants.


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