Do You Have an Eating Disorder?

Eating disorders are complex mental illnesses. Boys, girls, men, and women from all backgrounds and ethnic groups can be affected by eating disorders.

Supporting Somebody With an Eating Disorder

If you’re worried about someone then it’s important to encourage them to seek treatment as quickly as possible to ensure the best chance of recovery.


Research into Transitions: The Triangle Project


As the UK’s Eating Disorder Charity, Beat talks to thousands of people affected...


Reasons to Take Part in The Triangle Project


My name is Jenny Langley and I am on the Triangle trial steering committee becau...


New NHS plan boosts young people’s services but adults need more...


Today the Long Term Plan for the NHS is published, laying out the strategy for t...


Your Stories

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Exercise: the double edged sword


As I woke in hospital one afternoon last January, due to having collapsed in my...


From Surviving to Thriving: Five Years On


Let's rewind five years. A young girl, just 17, her bags packed, sat in the car...


"There is a life beyond sickness, and it is beautiful."


Recovery. It evokes so many different emotions for different people. It may frig...

Going to the Doctor

It’s very important to access treatment as early as possible, as earlier treatment means a greater chance of fully recovering from your eating disorder.

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Search HelpFinder, Beat's directory of eating disorder services. Listings include NHS centres, counsellors, therapists, private clinics & support groups near you.

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Beat on the Ground

Beat on the Ground is a new approach to tackling eating disorders in your area, equipping healthcare and education professionals, and empowering those affected.

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