Breaking the binge-purge cycle
Your recovered life is not as far away as you think. Compassionate, holistic care for bulimia nervosa is just a click, or a call, away.
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With an effective and compassionate treatment strategy for those with bulimia, Alsana provides a safe and supportive space for those seeking to overcome this eating disorder.
Bulimia is characterized by periods of binge-eating (eating large portions of food uncontrollably) or excessive overeating, followed by purging ...
or getting rid of extra calories usually through fasting, laxative use, or self-induced vomiting.
Those with bulimia may harshly judge their bodies and critique their flaws, but our team of therapists, dietitians, and staff are dedicated to fostering a loving and compassionate approach to each individual and their unique treatment plan.
Eating Disorders can hide in plain sight. Unsure about your symptoms? We can help.
Our Eating Disorder Evaluator Assessment is fast, easy, and completely confidential.
With all the misinformation and Diet Culture influence out there, it’s easy to understand why many individuals and their loved ones dismiss, ignore, or misinterpret eating disorder signs and symptoms-often for so long that ...
they actually seem healthy or “normal.”
Even habits that may have started as part of an honest attempt to achieve a sense of wellness can spiral out of control for years before someone realizes they need help.
This confusion poses a huge barrier to receiving life-saving care. That’s why we’re happy to offer this free resource. Complete your assessment today and find out if eating disorder care is right for you.
Come home to yourself
Bulimia disrupts more than one’s eating and physical health; it can cast a large shadow over every aspect of a person’s life. ...
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You don’t have to be trapped in the restriction-binge-purge-shame cycle any longer. We can help you take your life back. Call us today.
Symptoms of Bulimia
Alsana is here to lead you towards a healthier and happier lifestyle no matter what you’re going through.
- Preoccupied with body image or weight loss
- Constant fear of gaining weight
- Repeatedly consuming large quantities of food in one sitting
- Uncontrollable eating habits
- Excessive exercising
- Severe tooth decay and gum disease due to frequent periods of forced vomiting
- Abdominal pain or digestive issues
- Low self-esteem or a negative body image
- Anxiety, depression, or other personality disorders
- Dieting or fasting after binge eating
- Fluctuations in weight