It is seen that eating disorders are those conditions which are related to persistent eating behaviors that negatively impact your health, your emotions and your ability to function in important areas of life. so, the most common eating disorders are anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorder.

Most binge eating disorder treatment involves focusing too much on your weight, body shape, and food, leading to dangerous eating behaviors. So, these behaviors can significantly impact your body's ability to get appropriate nutrition. Eating disorders can also harm the heart, digestive system, bones, and teeth and mouth, and lead to other diseases.

Eating disorders always develop in the teen and young adult years, although they can develop at other ages. Mainly with treatment, you can return to healthier eating habits and sometimes reverse serious complications caused by the eating disorder.

Binge eating disorder symptoms
So, symptoms vary, depending on the type of eating disorder.mainlyaAnorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorder are the most common eating disorders. So, other eating disorders include rumination disorder and avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder.

Binge-eating disorder
Mainly when you have binge-eating disorder , you regularly eat too much food (binge) and feel a lack of control over your eating. So, you may eat quickly or eat more food than intended, even when you're not hungry, and you may continue eating even long after you're uncomfortably full.

So, after a binge, you may feel guilty, disgusted or ashamed by your behavior and the amount of food eaten. But you basically don't try to compensate for this behavior with excessive exercise or purging, as someone with bulimia or anorexia might. Embarrassment can also lead to eating alone to hide your bingeing.

Mainly there's no sure way to prevent eating disorders, here are some strategies to help your child develop healthy-eating behaviors:

• Avoid dieting around your child. So, family dining habits may influence the relationships children to develop with food. So, eating meals together gives you an opportunity to teach your child about the pitfalls of dieting and encourages eating a balanced diet in reasonable portions.
• Talk to your child. Mainly, for example, there are numerous websites that promote dangerous ideas, such as viewing anorexia as a lifestyle choice rather than an eating disorder.
• Mainly cultivate and reinforce a healthy body image in your child, whatever his or her shape or size. Always talk to your child about self-image and offer reassurance that body shapes can vary
• Enlist the help of your child's doctor. Mainly at well-child visits, doctors may be able to identify early indicators of an eating disorder. They can basically ask children questions about their eating habits and satisfaction with their appearance during routine medical appointments, for instance.

So, if you notice a family member or friend who seems to show signs of an eating disorder, consider talking to that person about your concern for his or her well-being. Basically, you may not be able to prevent an eating disorder from developing; reaching out with compassion may encourage the person to seek treatment.

Author's Bio: 

Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders offers treatment for anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder to men, women and adolescents.