“Isolation caused by pandemic increasing risk of eating disorders”
By Hector Molina
October 23, 2020
CHICOPEE, Mass. (WWLP) – During this pandemic, eating disorders are on the rise and those who have them could be having a tough time coping.
According to Walden Behavioral Care, isolation has made poor eating habits worse while at the same time increasing anxiety.
22News spoke with a patient of Walden Behavioral Care who has recovered from an eating disorder of her own. She told 22News what’s been getting her through this pandemic and the advice she would give others dealing with their own type of disorder.
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