Disordered Eating in Lubbock, TX

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What Is Disordered Eating?

Disordered eating, also called an eating disorder, is a condition that causes an individual to approach food negatively. This can impact both your physical and mental wellness. It's important and perfectly normal to give focus to your diet; however, some people become so fixated on their weight that they start to limit food intake, throw up their food after eating, and develop other dangerous habits. At Good Day Psychiatry, we work diligently to help our patients manage their weight in a healthy manner, develop healthy eating habits, and more. We want you to be able to have a healthy relationship with food, your body, and your mental health. If you are struggling with an eating disorder in Hobbs, NM, Odessa, TX, or a surrounding area, contact Dr. Jessica Spiegelberg in Lubbock, TX to set up a consultation.

How Are Eating Disorders Treated?

There are a variety of eating disorders. Each of them has different symptoms. While it's most common for disordered eating to develop in younger years, a person can develop an eating disorder at any stage of life. Some of the common forms of disordered eating include:

  • Anorexia (anorexia nervosa): Anorexia is characterized by a fear of weight gain or body dysmorphia (consistently worrying about flaws and body image).
  • Bulimia: Individuals with bulimia will binge eat (overeat), then purge the food they just consumed.
  • Binge eating disorder: Those with binge eating disorder will overeat and then feel ashamed about their eating habits.
  • Orthorexia: This form of anorexia refers to an unhealthy obsession with nutrition so much so that the individual will become fixated on "healthy" eating to the point they experience stress and physical issues.

Disordered eating can develop as a result of emotional issues or life events. Therefore, our Lubbock, TX psychiatric team will work with you to identify the cause of your disordered eating so we can treat your specific problem. Treatments for an eating disorder can include nutrition guidance, counseling, and more.

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Create A Positive Relationship With Food And Your Body

An individual can develop an eating disorder for many reasons, and, in fact, they may sometimes begin from a desire to become healthier. However, the emotional and physical impact disordered eating can have on a person can be severe. If you feel like you have no control over your eating or your fear of eating is beginning to impact your daily life, there is help! Dr. Jessica Spiegelberg at Good Day Psychiatry is available to lend a helping hand. Dr. Spiegelberg and her staff have helped countless individuals overcome their eating disorders and can help you develop a healthier relationship with food and your weight. For more information, contact our Lubbock, TX office to schedule a consultation.

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