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LAST PUBLISHED 14 February 2019

Symptoms of mood disorder

There are many types of mood disorder. Each affects the way you think, feel, and behave in a different way. This page explores the symptoms of six common mood disorders.

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Mood disorders affect every person who has one differently. You may be affected by a mood disorder but not have every symptom.

If you have experienced the symptoms discussed, speak to your doctor. The doctor can help you get the right treatment to improve your mood.

If you feel unsafe call 999 or go to A&E for help. Or call the Samaritans on freephone 116 123. You could also contact your GP for an emergency appointment.

Could you have a mood disorder? Complete a self-assessment for advice .

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