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The first step in recovery is acknowledging the problem

Are you or is someone close to you experiencing the symptoms of an eating disorder?

Take this simple 15-question screening to help quickly and confidentially determine the next steps to take. Contact the Eating Disorders Center of Fresno for a professional, formal evaluation and assessment.

An eating disorder is a serious medical and psychological condition that requires treatment to overcome. After all, many complex issues are at the root of an eating disorder, including genetics, brain biology and function, personal traits and temperaments, environmental and cultural pressures, along with anxiety, depression and trauma.

Constantly stressing over food and body image changes people. Relationships, physical health, performance at school and work, as well as other enjoyable activities in life are altered by an eating disorder.

Contact the Eating Disorders Center of Fresno for a free consultation.

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If you answered Yes to five or more questions, you are probably struggling with an eating disorder.

If you are concerned that you, or someone you know, may be suffering from an eating disorder, get in touch by filling out the form below or call the Eating Disorder Center of Fresno today. Our professional team will answer your questions and help you determine your next steps. All calls and emails are completely confidential.

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  1. 1. I often feel fat even though my friends tell me I’m thin.
    YES
    NO
  2. 2. The first thing I think about when I wake up in the morning is food.
    YES
    NO
  3. 3. I have dieted to an abnormally low weight because that makes me feel like I’m in control.
    YES
    NO
  4. 4. I haven’t had a menstrual period for at least the past three months.
    YES
    NO
  5. 5. I often eat when I’m not hungry.
    YES
    NO
  6. 6. My greatest fear is that I will gain weight and become fat.
    YES
    NO
  7. 7. I can’t go through a day without worrying about what I can or cannot eat.
    YES
    NO
  8. 8. I have an out of control eating binge at least once during the past year.
    YES
    NO
  9. 9. I often eat until I’m uncomfortably full.
    YES
    NO
  10. 10. I have done one of the following after a binge: self-induced vomiting, used laxatives, enemas, colonics or diuretics, fasted, exercised excessively.
    YES
    NO
  11. 11. If I got on a scale tomorrow and found that I’d gained two pounds, I’d be very upset.
    YES
    NO
  12. 12. I push food around on my plate so it looks like I am eating more than I am.
    YES
    NO
  13. 13. I prefer to eat little in public, and then I binge secretly in private.
    YES
    NO
  14. 14. I don’t believe I will find happiness until I am thin.
    YES
    NO
  15. 15. It’s important to me to be thinner than my friends.
    YES
    NO
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