Low mood is a predominant mental health problem worldwide.

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Therapy To Help With Low Mood

We all feel low from time to time. Often this will quickly ease, and we will go back to feeling like our usual selves. For some people, however, this low mood persists and affects everyday life and can affect people in different ways.

Low mood is a predominant mental health problem worldwide. The condition can affect you in different ways and may be mild, severe, or somewhere in-between. It is condition that can cause you to feel low for prolonged periods of time. You may struggle to carry out day-to-day activities and lose interest in activities that you used to find enjoyable. The level of severity will depend on how much depression is interfering with your life.

There are a number of different symptoms and signs of Low mood, you may not have all of them, but it is important to go to the doctor if you’re experiencing symptoms for most of the day, for over two weeks. The signs of depression to be aware of are:


• Feeling constantly pessimistic
• Feeling constantly sad, anxious, or empty
• Tiredness
• Lack of energy
• Restlessness and irritability
• Feeling worthless, helpless, or guilty
• Loss of interest in hobbies or activities
• Difficulty concentrating and making decisions
• Changes in sleep patterns
• Changes in appetite
• Thoughts of death or suicide
• Persistent physical symptoms, such as headaches and digestive disorders

I use a range of therapies tailored to your individual needs that can help you gain tools to understand triggers, manage your Low mood and anxiety and “re-frame” your reactions focusing on your strengths and resources and provide you with valuable tools to cope and respond how you would prefer to respond helping you to feel more in control, of your mind, your life, feeling more relaxed and engage fully in life again.

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