Binge Eating Disorder self-assessment quiz

Are you experiencing signs an eating disorder? Take this quiz to learn whether it is a good idea to seek help to improve your relationship with food. 

Binge Eating Disorder does not depend on your weight. Binge eating is associated with anxiety and can be a result of medical challenges that are secondary to Binge Eating Disorder. Fortunately, effective treatment options are available to help you improve your daily functioning. Nutegra combines counseling with a tailored meal and movement plan that helps you meet your wellness goals.

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Binge Eating Disorder Quiz

Are you struggling with compulsive eating? If you are experiencing signs of a binge eating disorder, seeking professional support is the first step to helping you live a more fulfilling life. A trained mental health professional can provide support, tools, and strategies to help improve your quality of life. Use this screening tool to better identify mental health problems. This tool does not provide a clinical diagnosis. An accurate diagnosis can only be made by your physician or a qualified mental health professional after a complete evaluation.

1 / 7

I experience episodes of excessive overeating.

 

2 / 7

I feel like I have no control over the times that I eat excessively.

3 / 7

I continue to eat, even though I am not hungry.

4 / 7

I eat differently in public than in private because I am embarrassed about what and how much I am eating

5 / 7

I feel like I can’t stop eating once I start to eat.

6 / 7

I feel guilty and depressed after I overeat.

 

7 / 7

I make myself vomit in order to control my weight.

Binge Eating Disorder Quiz

  1. I experience episodes of excessive overeating.
  2. I feel like I have no control over the times that I eat excessively.
  3. I continue to eat, even though I am not hungry.
  4. I eat differently in public than in private because I am embarrassed about what and how much I am eating.
  5. I feel like I can’t stop eating once I start to eat.
  6. I feel guilty and depressed after I overeat.
  7. I make myself vomit in order to control my weight.