Eating Disorders
2nd February 2020
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 The Sunday Times today tells the story of Hannah Pearson, who was turned away from NHS treatment for eating disorders because she didn't meet the criteria - despite displaying clear symptoms.

 They report that  anorexia has the highest mortality rate of any mental disorder, but that there are long waits for help in the early stages. They point out that getting support, such as access to talking therapy, can prevent troubles from escalating.

 www.b-eat.co.uk points out that causes of eating disorders can be inability to cope with feelings of unhappiness, anger, depression, stress and anxiety. The NHS needs nurses and GPS who can spot the warning signs, and can get them help before sufferers become seriously ill.

 Matthew Hall, Master in Clinical Hypnosis

and Specialist in Psychosexual Disorders

 

 

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