Figures from the NHS suggest that more than 725,000 people in the UK are affected by an eating disorder and that around one in 250 women and one in 2,000 men will experience anorexia nervosa at some point in their lives.
The effects of an eating disorder can be long-lasting and have an impact on both the individual and their families and friends. This course will help you learn more about anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorders and explains what carers and families can do to provide support to sufferers.
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4 reviews for Eating Disorders
This was informative, interesting and engaging. Thank you!
It was a simplified easy to understand course.
The information was easy to follow and understand.
Very Good. I really enjoyed it and will be researching more.
A great insight on some serious topics helping to realise the deeper underlying problems which could be going on.
The course itself has added to my knowledge on this subject.
Really good things I can put into practice.
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