Eating Disorder Treatment Often Crucial to Recovery From Over ...

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Some people have eating disorders but it is never diagnosed by a doctor. Some examples are food addiction, compulsive overeating disorder, and binge eating disorder. Timberline Knolls Medical Director Dr. Kimberly Dennis discusses this type of eating disorders. Eating disorders are as serious as anorexia or bulimia, and they have to be treated. But people who suffer from these illnesses often say that don’t have enough psychiatric care. Dr. Dennis and Timberline Knollss are experts in treating people with eating disorders. In this video they discuss these eating disorders.


"Recovering from an eating disorder takes time. There are no quick fixes or miracle cures, so it’s important to have patience."


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