An eating disorder is a mental illness that can affect anyone regardless of gender, age ethnicity or background.
Part of being human means we all experience feeling anxious and depending on the situation feeling anxious is normal as it is the body’s way of altering us to possible danger.
Depression is a serious illness which can affect how a person lives their day to day life. The world health organisation (WHO) says “Depression is a common mental disorder. Globally, more than 264 million people of all ages suffer from depression.
Losing a loved one can be life changing and can leave a person feeling lonely and isolated while going through the grieving process.
Healthy relationships with family and friends can help maintain good mental health and wellbeing.
Disordered eating refers to abnormal eating patterns that do not meet the criteria for an eating disorder diagnosis but can be just as serious if not managed.