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Depression & Other Mood Disorders

By Kate Kellaway

It's perfectly normal to feel sad or low from time to time, but if these feelings persist for more than a couple of weeks or are really intense for no apparent reason, it's possible you may have depression or another form of mood disorder.

Depression and other mood disorders

As their name suggests, mood disorders affect the way you feel. They are really common, affecting around one in every six people during their lifetime. The most common types of mood disorder include:

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