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Mood Disorders - Dysthymia

What Is A Mood Disorder

Here at Psymplicity Healthcare, we offer integrated psychiatry services covering a comprehensive range of common and rare mood disorders. We fully understand how difficult it can be to draw the line between normal, everyday variations in mood and an affective disorder that could benefit from professional diagnosis and treatment.

 

Type of Mood Disorders

Not only are mood disorders surprisingly common but they also manifest in an extraordinary number of ways. Some types of mood disorders are, however, far more common than others with the most widespread examples of all being:

  • Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder / Bipolar Affective Disorder
  • Dysthymic Disorder
  • Cyclothymic Disorder
  • Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
  • Substance Induced Mood Disorders

Treating any given Mood Disorders – Dysthymia effectively and appropriately means first identifying the precise type of condition and its causes. As such, choosing the most experienced psychiatrists for mood disorders is of the utmost importance as no two cases are ever alike. This ethos is strictly followed here at Psymplicity Healthcare; a private psychiatrist London.

 

Successful Ways To Treat Mood Disorders

To expect to go through every hour of every day feeling happy, joyful and full of energy is both idealistic and unrealistic. A certain level of moodiness is quite simply a reality of everyday life and nothing to be overly concerned about. Sometimes we’re full of life and happiness, other times there’s a grey cloud we just can’t shake off.

Drawing the line between these everyday mood variations and the kinds of mood swings that demand attention comes down to their impact or otherwise on everyday life. If, for example, your mood changes don’t have any real influence on who you are or how you go about your daily business, chances are they’re quite healthy and nothing to worry about. By contrast, if personal relationships have suffered as a result of mood swings, you find your working life difficult to handle due to constant mood variations or you have generally found yourself suffering adversely because of your mood swings, the time has come to seek help. Speak to a private psychiatrist London at Psymplicity Healthcare and get your life back on track.

In fact, with the right course of treatment under the watch of the most appropriate professionals, the vast majority of mood disorders can be brought back under control. Living a life free of mood swings really can make the biggest difference of all to those worst affected – it’s simply a case of identifying, acknowledging and ultimately addressing the issue(s) at hand.

Mood disorder treatment methods vary exponentially and can include anything from keeping a daily journal of mood swings right through to instigating important lifestyle changes. By identifying the root cause of the problem, the team at Psymplicity will be uniquely able to tailor a solution in accordance with you and you alone, guaranteed to help you take back control and greet each new day with renewed confidence.

Medication, talking therapies and addressing wider issues can all be very helpful. So what are you waiting for? Talk to a member of our dedicated team today and see how we can help you. You can either call us on 0207 118 0407 or request a callback. Someone will then give you a call back shortly.

 

Case Study:

Caroline had always thought of herself as a moody person, but at the age of 29 when her mood began affecting her PhD studies, she contacted Psymplicity for advice. We were able to build a bespoke treatment program around what became clear as a textbook case of Bipolar 1, helping Caroline continue with her academic pursuits and pass with flying colours

 

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