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Everyone feels down, sad, or fed up at some point in their lives – it’s very normal for our moods to fluctuate like this.

Sometimes we might know why we feel this way, perhaps because we are going through stressful life events. Other times, there might not be an obvious cause or reason.

But if these feelings continue for long periods and start to impact on different areas of your life, it could be a sign of depression.

Depression is the one of the most common mental health problems. It can change the way you feel, think, and what you do 

Symptoms may include: 

  • Feeling down most of the day  
  • Not getting enjoyment out of life  
  • Lacking energy or feeling more tired than usual  
  • Low on confidence or self esteem 
  • Struggling to concentrate on things  
  • Changes in sleep and appetite  
  • Suicidal thoughts or thoughts about harming yourself  

Depression can affect you in many ways, at any age, and from any background. It can change your life structure and routine. There isn’t a single cause of feeling depressed, so it’s a personal journey for everyone. 

Luckily, feeling this way doesn’t have to continue – with the right support, it can get better. We provide effective treatments, such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), to help you overcome your depression and improve your quality of life. 

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