Mood Disorders

Mood disorders are characterised by dramatic changes in mood. The person’s mood is inconsistent with their circumstances and can interfere with their ability to function. Some people may be extremely depressed constantly or have periods of

depression

alternating with being excessively happy (

mania

). Examples of mood disorders are

major depressive disorder

,

bipolar disorder

,

seasonal affective disorder

(SAD),

postnatal depression

and long term depression. For most people mood disorders are treated and managed with talk therapy with a

psychotherapist

or

psychiatrist

and medications.

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