Coping with COVID-19

The Pandemic's Silent Struggle: Eating Disorders & COVID-19

Binge eating disorder (BED) is the most common eating disorder in the United States. 

And yet, society has an image of eating disorders that BED doesn’t necessarily fit. 

In the aftermath of the pandemic, many people are struggling to find their footing. The pandemic didn’t just challenge our physical health, but it deeply affected our mental well-being. As the world tried to cope with COVID-19, many also battled silently with rising eating disorders and disordered eating.

Since the pandemic, the number of people struggling with food and body image rose dramatically. Facing the challenges of an uncertain world shaped by the pandemic is hard enough, but for those grappling with food and body image, the strain is even more profound.

You’re not alone in this silent struggle.

The world may still be finding its balance, but with the right tools, you can regain yours.

Build resilience to move forward in recovery.

In our Coping with cOVID-19 Handbook

Inside, You’ll Find:

  • A Guide to Eating Disorder Recovery in a Pandemic
  • Starting Points for Seeking Help
  • Strategies to Recognize & Combat Emotional Eating
  • Essential Self-Care Tips
  • Daily Intention & Recap Worksheets
  • Insightful Journal Prompts
  • Relaxing Coloring Pages
  • A List of Additional Resources
  • Exclusive Details on Programs & Services at BALANCE eating disorder treatment center™

The Foundation Of Recovery Starts With Your Confidential Intake.

Our intake process provides expert guidance for determining the best treatment path for you.
We strive to take the confusion and overwhelm out of the process.

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