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Treatment Centres

Our centres are situated throughout the country offering convenient and secluded retreats for our treatments.

Eating Disorder Rehab


If you want to silence your inner voice that keeps telling you that you need to look thinner to become more attractive and to find your self-worth, then you'd be glad to know that you are on the right track to recovery. Recognizing that you need to stop looking at yourself worth by the way you look physically is one of the biggest steps you can take to start doing something about your eating disorder. It may seem that your eating disorder is a dungeon with no escape doors, but know that there is always that one unlocked door that will free you from its prison, and the key is within you. Just like any other behavioural disorder, treatment and recovery starts with recognizing and admitting that you have a problem. Finding the right eating disorder rehab, treatment, support, self-help options and strategies will easily follow after you have admitted the problem.

This said, old habits can be hard to break even after you have recognized the problem. However, all the eating disorder behaviours and habits that you have learned can effectively be unlearned if you are motivated enough to pursue a healthier lifestyle and are willing to ask for help and admit that you can't recover on your own. Remember that in beating your eating disorder, you not only have give up unhealthy eating behaviours. You should also learn how to accept yourself, your weight and your body image, trust yourself, listen to your body and your fillings, love yourself, and learn how to enjoy life without trying to alter yourself and obsessing about your image in an unhealthy manner.

Eating disorder rehab and treatment will vary depending on your own habits and behavioural issues. This is why it is important to seek the help of a health professional in order to coordinate an effective treatment plan that will address all your unique needs. Next to admitting the problem to yourself, talking to someone and asking for help is also among the most important steps that you have to take to get you on the road to recovery. It may be scary, intimidating, and embarrassing at first, but you will find that asking for support from people you trust is one of the best things you can do to beat your condition. It can be a close friend, a family member, a counsellor, your religious or spiritual leader, or a work colleague, just make sure you talk with someone you can trust and you know won't judge you.

One40 is more than just a drug and alcohol rehab centre. We also deal with different eating and behavioural disorders, helping hundreds of clients around the UK deal with their addictions and disorders by providing them with a supportive network to help them cope and recover.