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Posts Tagged ‘eating disorders’ (6)

Menopause, mental health, substance abuse, and addiction

20/10/2022 | category: News

October is World Menopause Month, with the theme this year being cognition and mood. Menopause is a natural stage in a woman’s life, which brings with it a whole host of physical and emotional side effects; but is rarely openly …

Why do people self-harm?

30/09/2022 | category: News

Self-harming is the deliberate act of injuring oneself. There are many ways people can do this, and any repeated low or high-risk behaviour that causes harm or injury can be considered as self-harm. Common methods include – •         Cutting, slicing, scratching, …

The role of social media in eating disorders

10/08/2022 | category: News

Many studies have been done on the link between the media’s portrayal of the perfect body image – that of a thin female and muscular male – and the ever-growing obsession with body size; the unhealthy and sometimes dangerous weight-loss …

5 tips for supporting a loved one in recovery

11/04/2022 | category: News

Substance misuse is a global problem. Alcohol is associated with almost 3 million deaths annually. In addition to this more than 76 million people are currently dependent on or abusing alcohol, and an estimated 36 million people struggled with a …

EMDR therapy: What is it & how does it work?

30/08/2021 | category: News

In his documentary series “The Me You Can’t See,” broadcast May 2021, Prince Harry talks about the therapy he has undergone for anxiety, and in the fourth episode, he invites the world to watch his EMDR session. The prince explains …

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