Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) is a complex, but treatable, mental health condition. It is relatively new diagnostic category and it characterised by
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It is important to know that recovery from ARFID is always possible, no matter how long someone has been unwell.
The prognosis of ARFID is greatly improved, however, with early and immediate access to treatment. Therefore, it is very important that you reach out for help and support as soon soon as you can. The first step to getting professional help is to make an appointment with your GP.
The Eating Disorders Association (N.I.) can talk this through with you if you are feel nervous about approaching someone. We offer a wide range of information materials and support services to help you or your loved one in recovery. Please see our leaflet ‘About Eating Disorders’ for more information and contact us today in confidence for support.
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