We have seen a 50% increase in demand for our services and we know many people with eating disorders are struggling to cope during the coronavirus outbreak. Can you support Beat to be there for anyone who needs us right now?
Coronavirus is causing a lot of stress and anxiety, and we know that things may feel very uncertain right now. With the help of eating disorder clinicians, we've put together guidance to respond to the most common questions you may have.
Eating disorders are complex mental illnesses. People of all ages, genders, ethnic groups and backgrounds can be affected.
If you know somebody who has an eating disorder or who you think might have an eating disorder, Beat can help.
Find out how to approach your GP about an eating disorder and take the first step to treatment.
Search our resources for information on eating disorders. Available for download or ordering.
In the last few years, we’ve made huge changes to our Helpline services. To continue to improve the services we provide, we asked independent organisation Fiveways to evaluate the Helpline.
Learn how to pick up on early signs of eating disorders, how to approach someone you’re concerned about, and what you can do to help them into the treatment they need.
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