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Symptoms and conditions

We all feel low from time to time and it can be hard to recognise when we need help. There are many different types of mental health issues and symptoms and this information is just a guide to help you understand what the problem might be. If you feel mentally unwell you should seek the advice of your GP. If you are unsure you could ask someone you trust to help you seek help.

If you feel you need help right now contact your GP or go to your local A and E department.

o    Agoraphobia

o    Alzheimer’s disease

o    Anorexia Nervosa

o    Anxiety

o    Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

o    Bipolar disorder

o    Borderline personality disorder

o    Bulimia

o    Caring for someone with a condition

o    Cognitive behavioural therapy

o    Dementia

o    Depression (clinical)

o    Depression (low mood)

o    Obsessive compulsive disorder

o    Panic disorder

o    Personality disorder

o    Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

o    Psychiatry

o    Psychosis

o    Psychotherapy

o    Schizophrenia

o    Seasonal affective disorder (SAD)

o    Self- harm

o    Stress

o    Assess your mood and wellbeing tool (NHS Choices)NHS Live Well Assess your mood and wellbeing Tool: Mood self-assessment Tool: Score your wellbeing

o    Mental Health A-Z (Mental health Foundation)