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About depression and low mood... oxford counselling, oxford counselling, oxford counselling, oxford              One in three people will have depression in their lifetime. There are different types of depression such as bipolar or manic, postnatal or seasonal affective disorder. Sufferers can become emotionally detached and withdraw into a world of their own. Some symptoms or signs of depression are: banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, oxford counselling,

  • changes in sleeping or eating patterns
  • tiredness and loss of energy
  • headaches and chronic pain
  • overwhelming feelings of guilt and worthlessness
  • persistant thoughts of death or suicide

There are many causes of depression. It often arises from a combination of physical, psychological and social factors. Negative feelings can range from low mood to severe depression. Chemical imbalances in the body, hormanal changes, illness, redundancy, retirement, life events, loss, failure, stress at school or work can all be major triggers. counselling oxford, counselling oxford, counselling oxford, counselling oxford, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, witney counselling, witney counselling, oxford                          How can therapy help? witney counselling, witney counselling, witney counselling, witney counselling, witney                  It is normal to feel down from time to time but if low mood persists therapy may be able to help. Therapy can be effective for mild and moderate depression, and is often combined with medication in severe cases. oxford counselling, oxford counselling, oxford counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, counselling banbury, counselling oxford, counselling oxford, counselling oxford, oxford counselling, oxford                 Contact us... banbury counselling, banbury counselling, counselling banbury, witney counselling, witney counselling, oxford           The content of this page is for general information only. In relation to your specific circumstances please feel free to contact us for an informal chat. witney counselling, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, witney counselling, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling 

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