Staying in bed.
Struggling to concentrate.
Everyone experiences a drop in their mood every now and then. It's perfectly normal. From the loss of a loved one to stresses at school, work, or home – low mood can appear at any time.
If low mood is affecting your life, our GPs can help.
Low mood can be an ongoing issue or a reaction to an upsetting event in your life.
What you define as a low mood is completely up to you. But if something is bothering you, or you’re unable to figure out what’s wrong – you can speak to someone like our GPs.
Feeling low? You're not alone.
4-10% of people in the UK will experience depression in their lifetime. It’s one of the world's most common mental health concerns.
Low mood can be a symptom of depression, but you don't have to have depression to seek help for your low mood.
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If it matters to you, it matters to us
You don’t need to have a full idea of what’s wrong before speaking to us. If something is bothering you, or your symptoms are affecting your life, then we can help.
Our GPs look beyond your symptoms to address the full picture of your health. If you need help, we’re here to listen – no matter what you’re feeling.
"I barely slept, barely ate – but I wanted to pretend I was okay."
After losing her job, Eva thought she was going through a period of feeling low. She ignored symptoms and pretended to everyone that she was feeling okay.
When things really started to take a turn, Eva struggled to get up in the morning. She dreaded facing the days ahead. That’s when she knew that she need help. She booked an appointment with one of our GPs.
We helped her understand what was causing her to feel the way she did, and how to get back to feeling herself.
Why would I see a GP
for my mental health?
Our GPs look beyond your mind to assess a complete, overall picture of your health. That includes looking at physical problems arising from their mental health concerns or mental health issues arising from physical problems. As well as environmental factors that contribute to how you're feeling in 40-minute appointments.
Our GPs train with mental health specialists to improve the way we evaluate patients. With their many years of experience, they're well equipped to look after your mental health concerns. Each doctor can put together individualised plans and goals to improve your overall wellbeing.
With the help of our GPs, you’ll be shown how to deal with your health concerns; understand what you can control, and what you can’t. It’s a full-bodied approach to care.