Depression is a common psychological disorder - anyone can become depressed. It is more than just feeling unhappy, bored or fed up. If feelings don’t go away quickly, or they start affecting your everyday life, it may be time to seek professional help.
According to research, approximately one in four people in the UK will suffer from a mental health problem at any one time throughout the year – with depression being one of the most common types.
With the right support and treatment, such as counselling and hypnotherapy, people can overcome the common mental health condition.
On this page we will look at depression more closely, exploring the symptoms, types and causes. We will also look into the different forms of depression treatment, including hypnosis.
- feeling constantly pessimistic
- feeling constantly sad, anxious or empty
- feeling restless and irritable
- feeling worthless, helpless or guilty
- difficulty concentrating and making decisions
- thoughts of death or suicide
- losing interest in things
- having low self-esteem.
- changes in sleep patterns
- aches and pains
- changes in appetite
- lack of energy
- loss of libido.
- loss of interest in hobbies or activities
- not performing well at work or school
- avoiding contact with friends
- having problems in your family and home life.
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