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Saddle Brook Saddle River South Hackensack Teaneck Tenafly Teterboro Township of Washington Upper Saddle River Waldwick Wallington Westwood Wood Ridge Woodcliff Lake Wyckoff Allendale Alpine Bergenfield Bogota Carlstadt Cliffside Park Closter Cresskill Demarest Dumont East Rutherford Edgewater Elmwood Park Emerson Englewood Englewood Cliffs Fair Lawn Fairview Fort Lee Franklin Lakes Garfield Glen Rock Hackensack Harrington Park Hasbrouck Heights Haworth Hillsdale Ho Ho Kus Leonia Little Ferry Lodi Lyndhurst Mahwah Maywood Midland Park Montvale Moonachie New Milford North Arlington Northvale Norwood Oakland Old Tappan Oradell Palisades Park Paramus Park Ridge Ramsey Ridgefield Ridgefield Park Ridgewood River Edge River Vale Rivervale Rochelle Park Rockleigh Rutherford Morristown Parsippany Bergen Essex Morris Union livingston west orange west caldwell roseland Rockland, Brooklyn Staten Island Physical signs and symptoms of bulimia Physical bulimia symptoms may include: Abnormal bowel functioning Damaged teeth and gums Swollen salivary glands in the cheeks Sores in the throat and mouth Bloating Dehydration Fatigue Dry skin Irregular heartbeat Sores, scars or calluses on the knuckles or hands Menstrual irregularities or loss of menstruation (amenorrhea) Emotional and behavioral symptoms of bulimia Emotional and behavioral symptoms associated with bulimia may include: Constant dieting Feeling that you can't control your eating behavior Eating until the point of discomfort or pain Eating much more food in a binge episode than in a normal meal or snack Exercising for hours on end Misuse of laxatives, diuretics or enemas Being preoccupied with your body shape and weight Having a distorted, excessively negative body image Going to the bathroom after eating or during meals Hoarding food Depression Anxiety Binges often occur in private. You may raid the cupboards when home alone, for instance. Or you may make the rounds of several fast-food restaurants during one bingeing episode, secretly eating in your car between stops. Once the binge episode ends, the purging begins. This may mean heading to the bathroom to vomit or hitting the treadmill for hours of exercise. Because most people with bulimia are of normal weight or even slightly overweight, it may not be readily apparent that something is wrong. Dieting. People who lose weight are often reinforced by positive comments from others and by seeing their own changing appearance. Children who diet are more likely than those who don't to develop an eating disorder such as bulimia. In addition, people with bulimia may excessively restrict their eating. That dieting can trigger a binge episode, leading to purging and then more dieting — and consequently a vicious cycle. Puberty. Some adolescents have trouble coping with the changes their bodies go through during puberty. They also may face increased peer pressure and may have a heightened sensitivity to criticism or even casual comments about their weight or body. All of these can set the stage for bulimia and other eating disorders. Transitions. Whether it's heading off to college, moving, landing a new job or a relationship breakup, change can bring emotional distress. One way to cope, especially in situations that may be out of someone's control, is to latch on to something that you can control, such as eating. Excessive control over eating can lead to eating disorders. Sports, work and artistic activities. Athletes, actors and television personalities, dancers, and models are at higher risk of eating disorders such as bulimia. Eating disorders are particularly common among ballerinas, gymnasts, runners and wrestlers. Coaches and parents may contribute to eating disorders by suggesting that young athletes lose weight. Media and society. The media, such as television and fashion magazines, frequently feature a parade of skinny beauties. But whether the media merely reflect social values or actually drive them is debatable. In any case, exposure to these images may lead girls and young women — and their male counterparts — to believe that thinness equates to success and popularity. Anorexia nervosa Body dysmorphic disorder Body image Binge eating disorder Cachexia Calorie restriction Defensive vomiting Eating disorder Eating disorder not otherwise specified Fasting girls for a historical perspective on anorexia nervosa Female body shape Malnutrition Muscle dysmorphia ('reverse' anorexia nervosa) Orthorexia nervosa Pro-ana Purging disorder Refeeding syndrome 1 Completed Treatment for Obesity and Binge Eating Disorder Conditions: Binge Eating Disorder; Obesity Interventions: Behavioral: Cognitive Behavior Therapy; Behavioral: CBT and BWL; Behavioral: Behavioral Weight Loss Treatment 2 Completed Meditation-Based Treatment for Binge Eating Disorder Conditions: Binge Eating Disorder; Obesity Intervention: Behavioral: Meditation 3 Active, not recruiting Effectiveness of Baclofen in the Treatment of People With Bulimia Nervosa or Binge Eating Disorder Conditions: Eating Disorders; Bulimia Nervosa Intervention: Drug: Baclofen 4 Completed Zonegran in the Treatment of Binge Eating Disorder Associated With Obesity Condition: Binge Eating Disorder Associated With Obesity Intervention: Drug: Zonegran 5 Completed Treatment of Binge Eating Disorder Condition: Binge Eating Disorder Intervention: Behavioral: Group Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 6 Recruiting Hormone Release and Stomach Disturbances in People With Binge Eating Disorder Conditions: Binge Eating Disorder; Obesity; Eating Disorders Intervention: 7 Completed An Open-Label Trial of Memantine in the Treatment of Binge Eating Disorder Condition: Binge Eating Disorder Intervention: Drug: memantine 8 Recruiting Lamotrigine in the Treatment of Binge Eating Disorder Associated With Obesity Condition: Binge Eating Disorder Associated With Obesity Interventions: Drug: Lamotrigine; Other: placebo 9 Completed A Study to Examine the Efficacy and Safety of Meridia® (Sibutramine Hydrochloride) in Binge-Eating Disorder Conditions: Binge Eating Disorder; Obesity Intervention: Drug: sibutramine 10 Completed A Study of the Effectiveness and Safety of Topiramate in the Treatment of Moderate to Severe Binge-Eating Disorder Associated With Obesity Conditions: Binge-Eating Disorder; Obesity Intervention: Drug: topiramate 11 Completed Atomoxetine in the Treatment of Binge Eating Disorder Condition: Binge-Eating Disorder Intervention: Drug: atomoxetine 12 Recruiting Effectiveness of Antibiotic Treatment for Reducing Binge Eating and Improving Digestive Function in People With Bulimia Nervosa Conditions: Bulimia Nervosa; Eating Disorders Interventions: Drug: Erythromycin; Drug: Placebo 13 Recruiting Sodium Oxybate in the Treatment of Binge Eating Disorder Condition: Binge Eating Disorder Intervention: Drug: Sodium Oxybate 14 Recruiting Craving, Binge Eating and Obesity Conditions: Binge Eating Disorder; Obesity Interventions: Drug: bupropion; Other: Placebo 15 Recruiting Acamprosate in the Treatment of Binge-Eating Disorder Condition: Binge Eating Disorder Interventions: Drug: acamprosate; Other: placebo 16 Recruiting Cephalic Phase in Anorexia Nervosa,Bulimia Nervosa and Obese Binge Eaters Conditions: Anorexia Nervosa; Bulimia Nervosa Intervention: Procedure: chocolate cake 17 Active, not recruiting The Efficacy of Readiness and Motivation Therapy in Individuals With Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa Conditions: Anorexia Nervosa; Bulimia Nervosa Intervention: Behavioral: Readiness and Motivation Therapy 18 Recruiting Cholecystokinin for Reducing Binge Eating in People With Bulimia Nervosa Conditions: Bulimia Nervosa; Eating Disorders Interventions: Procedure: Cholescystokinin (CCK) infusion; Procedure: Saline infusion 19 Completed Family Therapy for Adolescent Bulimia Nervosa Condition: Bulimia Nervosa Interventions: Behavioral: FBT-BN; Behavioral: SPT 20 Recruiting Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Treat Bulimia Nervosa in Adolescents Condition: Bulimia Nervosa Intervention: Behavioral: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 21 Completed An Efficacy and Tolerability Study for Topiramate in Obese Patients With Binge Eating Disorder. Condition: Binge Eating Intervention: Drug: topiramate 22 Recruiting Randomised Controlled Study on the Use of Psychoeducation for Bulimia Nervosa in Young Women Condition: Bulimia Nervosa Intervention: Behavioral: Guided Self-help for Bulimia nervosa 23 Recruiting Motivating Factors That Play a Role in Bulimia Nervosa Conditions: Bulimia Nervosa; Eating Disorders Intervention: Behavioral: Motivation to eat 24 Completed Treatment of Bulimia Nervosa in a Primary Care Setting Condition: Bulimia Nervosa Interventions: Drug: Fluoxetine; Behavioral: Guided Self-Help 25 Active, not recruiting Cognitive Therapy for Binge-Eating Disorder Conditions: Obesity; Eating Disorders Intervention: Procedure: Cognitive-behavioral therapy 26 Recruiting A Comparison Study of Treatments Given to Patients With Concurrent Eating Disorder and Personality Disorder. Conditions: Eating Disorder; Anorexia Nervosa; Bulimia Nervosa,; Personality Disorder Intervention: Behavioral: Treatment programs 27 Recruiting Brain Function of Self-Regulation in Women With Bulimia Nervosa Condition: Eating Disorders Interventions: Procedure: fMRI; Procedure: Neuropsychological Testing 28 Recruiting Focused Versus Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Treating Women With Bulimia Nervosa Condition: Eating Disorders Interventions: Behavioral: Cognitive behavioral therapy - focused (CBT-EF); Behavioral: Cognitive behavioral therapy - broad (EB) 29 Recruiting Effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Plus Nutritional Counseling in Promoting Weight Loss in People With Binge Eating Disorder Conditions: Obesity; Overweight; Eating Disorders Interventions: Behavioral: Cognitive behavioral therapy plus general nutrition counseling (CBT+GN); Behavioral: Cognitive behavioral therapy plus low energy density diet counseling (CBT+LED) 30 Recruiting Studies of Neuroendocrine and Energy Metabolism in Patients With Eating Disorders Conditions: Anorexia Nervosa; Bulimia Nervosa Intervention: 31 Recruiting Effect of a CCK-1R Agonist on Food Intake in Humans Condition: Bulimia Nervosa Intervention: Drug: GSKI181771X (CCK-1R agonist) 32 Active, not recruiting Guided Self-Help Treatment for Binge Eating Disorder Conditions: Eating Disorders; Bulimia Interventions: Behavioral: Guided self-help cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); Behavioral: Usual clinical care 33 Active, not recruiting Adding Guided Self-Help Group Therapy to the Alli Weight Loss Program in Treating Binge Eating Disorder Conditions: Overweight; Eating Disorders Interventions: Behavioral: Emotion regulation guided self-help group therapy; Drug: Orlistat/alli program 34 Completed Treatment of Binge Eating Disorder Conditions: Bulimia; Obesity Interventions: Behavioral: Cognitive Behavior Treatment; Behavioral: Self Help; Behavioral: Partial Self Help 35 Recruiting A 12-Week, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Trial of Duloxetine Versus Placebo in the Treatment of Binge Eating Disorder and Comorbid Depressive Disorder Conditions: Binge Eating; Depression Interventions: Drug: duloxetine; Drug: placebo 36 Completed Comparing Two Group Therapy Treatments for Binge Eating Disorder Condition: Eating Disorders Interventions: Behavioral: Group Psychotherapy-Negative Emotion Focus; Behavioral: Group Psychotherapy- Self-Esteem Focus 37 Completed Effectiveness of Binge Eating Disorder Treatments Condition: Eating Disorders Interventions: Behavioral: Interpersonal Therapy; Behavioral: Behavioral Weight Loss Treatment; Behavioral: Guided Self Help 38 Recruiting Determining the Response to Sipping Beverages Without Swallowing in People With Eating Disorders Condition: Eating Disorders Intervention: 39 Recruiting Effectiveness of a Normalization of Eating Intervention Program for Treating Women With Eating Disorders Condition: Eating Disorders Interventions: Behavioral: Normalization of Eating (NOE); Behavioral: Treatment As Usual (TAU) 40 Completed Evaluating the Brain's Response to Natural Versus Artificial Sweetener in Women Who Have Had an Eating Disorder Condition: Eating Disorders Intervention: Procedure: Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) scan 41 Completed Efficacy and Safety of Rimonabant on Weight Loss and Frequency of Binge Episodes in Obese Patients Conditions: Obesity; Eating Disorders Intervention: Drug: rimonabant 42 Recruiting Topiramate for the Treatment of Alcohol Dependent Binge-Eating Disordered Individuals Conditions: Alcohol Dependence; Binge Eating Interventions: Drug: Topiramate; Behavioral: Brief Behavioral Compliance Enhancement Treatment 43 Completed Internet Weight Control for Bingeing Adolescents Conditions: Obesity; Eating Disorders Intervention: Behavioral: Internet-based intervention designed to reduce binge eating and improve healthy weight regulation 44 Not yet recruiting Treatment of Binge Eating in Obese Patients in Primary Care Conditions: Obesity; Binge Eating Interventions: Drug: Sibutramine; Drug: Placebo; Behavioral: Self-help CBT + Sibutramine; Behavioral: Self-help CBT + Placebo 45 Recruiting Study of Behavioral Weight Loss Therapy for Obesity and Binge Eating in Monolingual Hispanic Persons Conditions: Obesity; Binge Eating Intervention: Drug: Orlistat 46 Recruiting Antidepressant Safety in Kids (ASK) Study Conditions: Anxiety Disorders; Depressive Disorders; Eating Disorders; Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Intervention: 47 Completed Eating Disorder Prevention Programs Condition: Eating Disorders Interventions: Behavioral: Dissonance Eating Disorder Prevention Program; Behavioral: Healthy Weight Intervention; Behavioral: Expressive Writing Control Condition 48 Active, not recruiting Prevention of Excessive Weight Gain in Adolescent Girls Conditions: Overweight Adolescents; Overweight Intervention: Procedure: Interpersonal Psychotherapy ny new york rockland queens brooklyn bronx long island nassau staten island westchester morris bergen essex union passaic clifton paterson newark edison union caldwell new jersey hypnotist nj stop quit smoking lose weight nj weight loss hypnosis hypnotis nj eating disorder bulimia nj hypnotist anorexia hypnosis binge eating nj hypnotist hypnotherapy 973 402 6882 Also for Smoking/Weight Loss Anxiety, Phobias Golf-Sports, Sleep, Regression, Pain Management, Obsessions, Motivation, Anger, Gambling, Self Esteem, Addiction,

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