What is bipolar depression?
Depression during covida is a serious illness that affects nearly one in four people in the UK and has been linked to heart problems, stroke and cancer.
It’s the most common mental health condition in Britain, affecting nearly one out of five people.
The disorder is diagnosed when a person has a sudden change in mood, such as feeling very happy or feeling very sad, but the symptoms aren’t necessarily severe.
It can last for weeks, or months, and can be a chronic problem, affecting every part of a person’s life.
It is treated with a range of medications, including antidepressants and antipsychotics, but it’s still often a long and difficult process.
How to get help from the NHS How to call an ambulance How to access support and referral services, and how to get information about mental health care.
Find out how you can get help.
How much mental health support do you need?
Mental health services are available for those experiencing depression or anxiety.
If you need more help, talk to your GP.
You can also access support services for people with depression or bipolar disorder.
Some of the services include: mental health guidance and support groups