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Binge Eating Disorder Treatment at Home

Eating disorders can have an immense impact on our wellbeing. The psychological effects and obsessional aspects come to dominate our lives and leave us feeling like there is no way out. Dangerous eating habits can also threaten our physical health.

Binge eating disorder is characterised by episodes of consuming extremely large quantities of food over a short period of time. The individual feels a loss of control, followed by intense feelings of guilt and shame. Unlike bulimia nervosa, the individual does not attempt to get rid of the food from their system by way of purging or using laxatives and diuretics.

Please contact Orchestrate Health today to learn more about our binge eating disorder treatment at home and at our live-in, luxury properties.

Orchestrate Health is a private pay service and works outside of the NHS. We are committed to ensuring patients receive the highest standards of care available.

Causes and Risk Factors of Binge Eating Disorder

The causes of binge eating disorder are not know; however, certain risk factors can increase an individual’s predisposition to developing the condition. These include genetic, psychological, and environmental factors


Research has suggested that children have an increased risk of developing an eating disorder if parents have been diagnosed with a history of certain psychiatric conditions, as the condition appears to run in families.


Many people with binge eating disorder also have another mental health illness. Anxiety and depression, or an addiction are common conditions. Other factors include:

  • Low self-esteem
  • Negative body image


Environmental factors are often attributed to the development of binge eating disorder. influences include:

  • Bullied about their weight
  • Pressure at school or work
  • Childhood abuse (physical, sexual, or psychological)

None of the above risk factors work in isolation, but typically interact with each other in the development of the disorder.

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Symptoms of Binge Eating Disorder

Symptoms of the condition can vary between person to person, but the below behaviours are typical warning signs of the condition:

  • Consuming unusually large quantities of food in a short period of time
  • Weight fluctuation
  • Eating when not hungry, or to a point of being uncomfortably full
  • Feelings of shame and guilt after eating
  • Low self-worth
  • A loss of sexual desire

Long-term Complications of Binge Eating Disorder

Consistent binge eating can cause long-term health complications, and if left untreated, can be extremely dangerous. An individual with long-term binge eating disorder may experience the following side-effects:

  • Heart failure
  • High cholesterol
  • High blood pressure
  • Increased risk of certain cancers
  • Gallbladder disease
  • Obesity
  • Diabetes
  • Arthritis
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Treatment for Binge Eating Disorder

We know that time is of the essence when addressing eating disorders. We offer rapid diagnosis with our expert psychiatrists within 24 hours of being contacted, so that we can formulate a bespoke treatment package.

Psychological Intervention 

Therapy for eating disorders can help you unpick negative thinking patterns around food and body image, along with teaching you how to cope with urges and cravings in a healthy way. Often, the root cause of eating disorders is in our past and can be related to trauma. Our highly trained therapists can help you gain an understanding of your condition and help you set realistic, achievable goals. 

Nutritional Intervention

Our highly trained dieticians can help develop a plan to reach your healthy eating goals and to sustain them in the long-term. They can help you work towards a healthy weight, help you practice meal planning, and help correct any physical issues that your condition may have caused. 


If it is found that your eating disorder is linked to an underlying mental health condition such as depression or anxiety, we may use medication that will add to your therapeutic experience. We can also prescribe medication for any physical health problems caused by your eating disorder.

Stepped Care: The Personalised Approach to Binge Eating Disorder Treatment at Home

Binge eating disorder intervention is about more than just food and our appearance – it is about getting to the root cause of the problem. At Orchestrate Health, we offer customised eating disorder care packages, delivered using the Stepped Care model. 

Stepped Care ensures that you only get the level of treatment you need at that precise moment. If you need high-level, live-in support we can accommodate that, or if you just need a therapist to check in with once per week, we’re happy to provide that too.

Our team includes:

  • Psychiatrists
  • Psychologists
  • Mental Health Nurses
  • Social Workers
  • Support Workers
Receive Leading Binge Eating Treatment at Home with Orchestrate Health Care.

Reach Out for Help Now

If you or a loved one are being held back by an eating disorder, Orchestrate Health’s team are here to help.  

We deliver rapid assessments carried out at home by one of our psychiatric professionals, followed by a uniquely tailored care plan that best suits your needs.

Contact us today for a free eating disorder assessment and start living the first days of your new life. 

Orchestrate Health is a private pay service and works outside of the NHS. We are committed to ensuring patients receive the highest standards of care available.

To get in touch about our binge eating disorder treatment at home, please call us on 0800 193 3277 or email us here.

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Orchestrate Health is a trading name of Addcounsel Limited which is registered by the CQC.