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health : How to signs of and how to get help

The NHS defines ‘good ’ as ‘a positive state of mind and body, feeling safe and able to cope, with a sense of connection with people, communities and the wider environment.

is really no different to physical – everyone has it, and you need it to be good to live freely and happily without problems.

problems, exactly like physical problems, can strike at any time in life.

While there often is a trigger for es like depression and anxiety, such as the loss of a loved one or a huge shift in circumstances, issues can often manifest without a trigger and without you necessarily noticing.

How do I know my is changing?

The most common issues we talk about are depression and anxiety – and while equally serious and debilitating, there are a variety of different disorders that require specific treatments.

Most commonly, issues can manifest in a variety of symptoms. These can range from:

  • Sudden changes in thoughts and behaviour
  • Sadness and melancholy
  • Excessive worrying and paranoia
  • Inability to enjoy activities and hobbies you once enjoyed
  • Social withdrawal – consciously or not
  • Changes in sleeping and eating habits
  • Persistent anger and irritability
  • Delusions or out of character thoughts
  • Seeing or hearing things that aren’t there
  • Suicidal thoughts

Ask someone you trust to give their assessment of your behaviour – whether the way you act and interpret other people has changed in the time you have known them.

The two main routes for getting are via the NHS and through private therapies.

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You should speak to your GP about your symptoms, and they can put you forward for NHS treatment, and refer you to private practices if that is what you prefer.

There are also many national and local charities which offer various services, such as:
lines and listening services
• information and signposting
• other services such as peer , talking therapies, advocacy, crisis care, employment and housing .

Samaritans are a free and impartial charity which provides emotional to anyone suffering from distress.

You can call them on 116 123, or email jo@samaritans.org.

If you are having a serious crisis and need immediate , you should call 999.

Source:Daily Express :: Health Feed

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