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Study Shows Binge Eating is More Likely to Lead to Health Risks in Men

Binge eating disorder affects both men and women. However, according to Health Behavior News Service, men are three-times as likely to meet the criteria for metabolic syndrome, which increases the risk of developing cardiovascular disease. Obese men who binge are more likely to have elevated cholesterol and high blood pressure. Read the full story here. If you’re struggling with binge eating disorder, Rosewood Tempe hosts a variety of weekly community support groups that offer support, insight, and coping tools for clients in recovery, as well as for their loved ones and care providers. In a supportive, interactive group environment clients learn they are not alone, and are encouraged to help one another through the healing process under the guidance of an experienced clinician or trained group facilitator. You CAN recover from Binge Eating Disorder. To learn more about our support groups click here.

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