Purge after Eating Symptoms
The main symptoms of bulimia are overeating, followed by purging. A person with bulimia first eats an amount of food that he or she considers to be too much. This may range from one unplanned cookie to a 20,000-calorie meal. This is followed by purging.
Forms of purging include:
Additional symptoms of bulimia may include:
Additional characteristics of bulimia include:
Purge after Eating Binge Eating
Binge eating involves episodes of overeating that are followed by self-induced vomiting (purging). Vomiting can become so routine it may be effortless. Bulimia victims tend to eat high-calorie foods during their periods of binge eating. Many will collect and store food for upcoming binges.
Continue to Purge after Eating Treatment
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