publication . Doctoral thesis . 2012

Efficacy of the homoeopathic similimum on binge eating in males

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  • Published: 07 Jun 2012
M. Tech. Binge eating is defined as eating an inordinate amount of food in a discrete period of time, during which the eater experiences a subjective loss of control (American Psychiatric Association, 2000). The event is often followed by emotional distress, including feelings of disgust, shame, fear, guilt or discomfort (Herrin, 2003). Binge eating is found in all eating disturbances, and is especially associated with binge eating disorder, which affects all races and both genders almost equally (Fairburn & Brownell, 2002). Current treatment protocols include psychotherapy, pharmacotherapy and traditional weight loss programmes (Birmingham & Treasure, 2010; ...
free text keywords: Binge eating, Compulsive eating disorder, Men health and hygiene, Homeopathic treatment
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