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Eating Disorder Clinics


If you think you might have an eating disorder and need help, it's time to look into eating disorder clinics in the UK. We can help you understand your situation and find ways to help you overcome it.

Understanding What an ‘Eating Disorder’ Means

Anorexia, binge eating, and bulimia the three most common eating disorders. If you have anorexia, you starve yourself because you're afraid to get fat. Even if you're already underweight or very thin, you still think that you're never thin enough. You might find yourself restricting calorie intake, or controlling your weight through purging, taking diet pills, or over-exercising.

Bulimia is a destructive cycle that involves bingeing and then purging. If you're bulimic, you eat a lot then prevent weight gain by exercising soon after, vomiting, fasting, or taking laxatives.

Binge eating makes you eat compulsively and rapidly, so your calorie intake is very high within a short period of time. You'll feel helpless, embarrassed, or guilty with your bingeing, but you can't help but continue eating despite feeling uncomfortably full.

You might find it more convenient to hide your eating disorder from your family and friends because of shame, fear of being judged or nagged, and other personal anxieties or insecurities you may have. But you can always call an eating disorder clinic for a private consultation and confidential treatment. There are eating disorder clinics like One40 where you can get a flexible and individually-tailored treatment option that is suitable to your budget. Call One40 at  0203 151 1914 or 0800 511 8112. We offer flexible admissions and we have multiple locations in the UK. Our treatment centers are registered with the BACP and CQC.

Treating Eating Disorders

Many treatment programmes are available for eating disorders, but the best one should be tailored to your symptoms, strengths, issues, and the severity of your disorder. An effective treatment programme must address the psychological and physical aspects of your problem, too. It must treat your nutritional and medical needs, encourage a healthier relationship with food and see it in a better light, and make you learn constructive ways to deal with your life. A combination of nutritional counselling, therapy, and group support will be administered by the treatment centre. Sometimes, hospitalisation or residential treatment may be recommended. By the end of your treatment, aftercare will be provided to ensure careful and easy transition back to a normal life.