Feeling sad or ‘fed-up’ is a normal reaction to experiences that are upsetting, stressful or difficult. Everyone occasionally feels low, but these feelings are usually fleeting and pass within a couple of days.
The pressures of modern life can often lead you to feel stressed. While some levels of stress keep us motivated and driving towards our goals, stress levels that are too high or go on for too long can lead to significant physical and mental health issues.
Anxiety is a feeling of unease, such as worry or fear, which can be mild or severe. It is a normal, if unpleasant, part of life, and it can affect us all in different ways and at different times. And while all of us experience healthy anxiety from time-to-time, some people find it difficult to control their worries, and experience more constant levels of anxiety that affect daily life.
Trauma symptoms can occur when you experience a situation that is life threatening, or where there is a significant threat to your physical or psychological wellbeing. Many situations can trigger psychological trauma.
Eating disorders and disordered eating patterns are serious problems that have become increasingly more common over the past 30 years. They are responsible for more loss of life than any other psychological problem.
The terms ‘obesity’ and ‘overweight’ are medical terms used to describe abnormal or excessive levels of body fat. And while being a little bit overweight is not likely to cause too many problems, there comes a point at which too much body fat can seriously affect your health and quality of life.
Most of us spend some time in front of the mirror checking our appearance. How we feel about our appearance is part of our self-image, and it’s perfectly natural to take care of our bodies and be interested in the way we look.
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