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Common Concerns

                                                     



Mental wellbeing issues are among the most common health concerns in the UK, with around a quarter of the population directly affected by some form of psychological difficulty in any one year. Depression and anxiety are the most widespread concerns, although of course there are a number of other difficulties experienced by the UK population.

The list below is certainly not exhaustive, but offers some information about some of the most common psychological wellbeing concerns.


Addictions

Addiction refers to the powerful, uncontrollable urge to use drugs, drink alcohol or engage in a behaviour such as gambling or having sex.   READ MORE


Anger Management

Anger is a normal human emotion that often occurs when we feels something is unfair, or we feel under attack. In some cases however anger can become excessive and become destructive.    READ MORE


Anxiety

Anxiety is a normal, but can be an unpleasant or uncomfortable part of everyday life. People who suffer from anxiety may feel irritable, nervous, tense or uptight.   READ MORE


Depression

Depression is a widespread experience that affects around 10% of the population. It is a complex condition that impacts each individual uniquely and has a range of symptoms and root causes.  READ MORE


Eating Disorders

Eating disorders involve a distorted attitude towards food that causes someone to change their eating habits and behaviour. A person with an eating disorder may focus excessively on their weight or body shape, leading them to make unhealthy choices about food.  READ MORE 


Relationship Issues 

Relationships are meaningful part of the human experience, and can bring us happiness and fulfilment. Strong connections with our loved ones and friends allow us to be at our healthiest and happiest.   READ MORE


Sexual Issues

If you experience a sexual problem, you could find yourself feeling alone and hopeless. Shame and embarrassment are also common emotions felt by people living with a sexual issue.  READ MORE


Stress 

Stress often begins as pressure, from an external source such as work or studies, or from an internal source meaning pressure we may put on ourselves. READ MORE

Trauma

Trauma is an emotional response to a terrible event like an accident, assault or disaster.  READ MORE




































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