Sunday, March 18, 2018

Eating Disorders

The websites listed in this section of Ableize provide advice and facts about eating disorders such as compulsive overeating, binge eating, anorexia and bulimia. Unfortunately anybody can develop an eating disorder although the people most often affected are young women within the ages of 15-25. That said, it is not unusual for an eating disorder to start in middle age. The resources and websites listed here may contain world wide information relating to eating disorders. Find symptoms causes diagnosis and treatment information for a broad range of eating disorders by clicking on the individual titles of the websites listed below.

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A Welsh resource providing details of UK wide self-help groups, helplines and online support sites dedicated to assisting people with eating disorders. Includes helpline contact numbers.

Provides articles, causes, readers stories and details of the most common eating disorders that are classed as psychological illnesses.

Based in Belfast and providing eating disorders information, support and contacts along with survivor stories and family support groups in Northern Ireland.

A UK eating disorders website founded to raise awareness that men also get eating disorders. Site provides discussion details, readers stories and links to resources and websites of interest.

Provides treatment, recovery and training to overcome compulsive overeating, binge eating, anorexia, bulimia and obesity. Includes workshop details.

Offers information and help on all aspects of eating disorders including Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder and related eating disorders. Includes message boards, online shopping and related links.

Highlights a range of eating disorders with their causes and possible treatments.

Offers support, inspiration, education and treatment opportunities for people that have eating disorders. (Non UK site).

Information about a centre in Sheffield specialising in the treatment of eating disorders. Includes news and events plus referral details.