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Atypical Eating Disorder Treatment Programmes

Life Works – the leading specialist in Atypical Eating Disorder treatment.

Atypical Eating DisordersSome eating disorders do not fit neatly into the common diagnostic categories of Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa and Overeating. When someone has disturbingly irregular eating habits that do not fall into the standard categories, it is referred to as an Atypical Eating Disorder.

In these situations the sufferer can have some, but not all symptoms of the major diagnostic categories, or may exhibit other symptoms that constitute abnormal eating behaviour and may cause disruption in the patient’s life or health.

If you are ready to start treatment for an atypical eating disorder, you can call one of our admissionss professionals at 0800 081 0700 or fill our our contact form.

Signs and symptoms of an Atypical Eating Disorder

Due to the inexact symptoms to look out for, it is best to be mindful of the symptoms for Anorexia, Bulimia, Overeating and other disorders such as Orthorexia. One of the best ways to identify if you are struggling with this disorder is by keeping meal diaries. Once you have this you can start to look for eating habits that suggest an eating disorder is present. Do you go for long periods of time being severely underweight and then severely overweight? Have your eating habits undergone changes that are uncharacteristic of you? Perhaps you are no longer engaging in social activities like you used to? Are you avoiding family and friends? If any of these characteristics fit you, it’s time to consider Atypical Eating Disorder treatment. Take the first step towards recovery by calling Life Works at 0800 081 0700 or filling out our contact form.

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I think I need Atypical Eating Disorder treatment, how can Life Works help me?

At Life Works we feel the only way to truly overcome an Eating Disorder is by addressing the mechanisms that are fuelling the behaviour. This holistic treatment will help you to determine what behaviour is triggering your negative relationship with food, whilst building tools and skills to help prevent any relapse. Life Works also has a team of highly experienced and qualified therapists who are versed into treating Eating Disorders. These specialists work with you individual and in group therapy to help facilitate your recovery. To learn more about our treatment or start your recovery, call Life Works at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

How can I start Atypical Eating Disorder treatment at Life Works?

The first step on the road to recovery is to call one of our Admissions professionals. They will guide you through the next phase of receiving treatment, ensuring that Life Works is the best place for you to receive Atypical Eating Disorder treatment.

If you are ready to start your recovery Life Works is here to help. You can call us at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

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