Nearly half of new mothers with mental health problems aren’t being diagnosed

Nearly half of new mothers with mental health problems aren’t being diagnosed

A survey carried out by The National Childbirth Trust (NCT) has revealed that nearly half of new mothers who are suffering with mental health problems aren’t being diagnosed or treated for their conditions.

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Depression has become the leading cause of ill health and disability worldwide

Depression has become the leading cause of ill health and disability worldwide

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), depression has become the leading cause of ill health and disability worldwide.

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Coping with seasonal affective disorder (SAD)

Coping with seasonal affective disorder (SAD)

Feeling down, irritable or tired every now and then is common during the winter months, due to shorter days, longer nights and colder weather. However, if these feelings recur every year and then subside in spring or early summer, this may be seasonal affective disorder (SAD).

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Depression and anxiety on the rise in the UK

Depression and anxiety on the rise in the UK

New data released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has revealed that depression and anxiety levels amongst those living in the UK are rising.  

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Being in a relationship with someone who has depression

Being in a relationship with someone who has depression

When the person you love suffers from depression, it’s not easy to deal with. Not only is it a struggle to maintain the relationship, you may find your own mental health affected as well.

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