Eating Disorders

For people experiencing problems with their relationship with food and eating, eating healthily can be a daunting task. Society and social media have put increased pressure and focus on body image, particularly influencing some of the choices people make about how they treat themselves and their bodies in the quest to reach an impossible perfection.

Away from the external pressures of society, some people place pressure on themselves. Often, an eating disorder begins as a way of exercising control over an area in one’s life. These thoughts then become obsessive and the person develops rituals and challenges throughout the day.

If you would like to discuss this issue further you can contact or - we are here to help and talking to someone is always the first step.

Eating a healthy, balanced diet is an important part of maintaining good health, and can help you feel your best, for more information about our bodies needs and eating a balanced diet have a look at the NHS website- Eat Well