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Low mood

It is a natural part of life to feel low, worried, sad and listless now and again. Sometimes certain events can make you feel low. You may often feel low without anything in particular having happened. A low mood almost always lifts by itself, but it can take time.


Stress affects many parts of the body and can take different forms for different people. You can have difficulty falling asleep in the evenings and be tired in the mornings.


Feeling sad and low or temporarily out of balance is common and is something that affects everyone. It is a part of life. But if you experience a lengthy period of feeling low and hopeless and feelings of meaninglessness, you may have developed depression.


Anxiety is a strong sense of uneasiness or fear that you feel clearly in your body. If you feel so anxious that it starts to impact on your life, you may need to get help.

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