Depression and Anxiety

When heavy negative feelings and thoughts stay with you over a long
period of time and you feel inferior and can’t cope with life, you might be showing signs of suffering from a depression. Lack of energy, a depressed state, difficulty in
enjoying life and lack of interest interest are typical signs. To add to the difficulties, you experience a reduced concentration span, sleeping disorders as well as a
variety of physical symptoms.

Everything from our brain’s metabolic state, genetic disposition through to psychosocial factors can cause an enduring depression. Events that push you to the limit or
simply difficult phases in life act like triggers. Under behavioural therapy you learn new strategies to cope. By observing dysfunctional and functional behaviour and identifying negative thinking patterns you can succeed in taking a positive direction.

Persistent fear of an object or situation is called phobia. Fear of people, open spaces, height are the simplest examples. In the case of a general anxiety disorder some people experience an extreme level of worry related to a number of potential situations and dangers. Anxiety as a disorder is amongst the most common of psychological illnesses, but luckily also the easiest to treat