The study participants reported feelings of being out of control, upended routines, low social support, and an increased preoccupation with food.
The coronavirus pandemic has not been kind to people with tendencies toward disordered eating. A new study from Northumbria University finds that 87% of people with past or current eating disorders say that their symptoms are “worse,” and one-third say “much worse.”
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