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This month we have been discussing the topic of depression. We found that a lot of the help pages and research we have read seems to combine both anxiety and depression and their symptoms and we realised that this may not be helpful for those of you who just want to read about one. We… Read more »

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Our senior rTMS therapist, Jasmin Parmar, did an interview with MagVenture about how our clinic got into using TMS, patient experiences with using rTMS to treat depression and how COVID-19 affected our practice and TMS clinic. Read the interview here. If you would like to know more about this treatment, please see our information page…. Read more »

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People do not conventionally put these two disorders together, but you may be surprised how much they link. If you have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, or know someone who has been, it is extremely important to monitor mood, we will explain why. Quick note: Throughout this blog post we are addressing both those who… Read more »

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As the world attempts to resume to (some sense of) normality, it is a perfect time to reflect on how the COVID-19 pandemic affected us. In an emergency situation, like the COVID-19 pandemic, people with pre-existing conditions are deemed ‘vulnerable’. However, this vulnerability does not specifically relate to physical conditions, it also includes mental health… Read more »

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To support the NHS and the Government in their request for us to stay at home where possible, we are offering assessments and treatment sessions remotely. We recognise that there is a need to continue these appointments for our existing patients and they are also an option for new patients. Please review our dedicated page… Read more »

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In a previous blog post I wrote about the symptoms of Adult ADHD, but I did not go into any specific detail about how it can affect the individual’s life. ADHD is categorised into 2 types of behavioural problems: inattentiveness and hyper activeness and impulsiveness. In my opinion, one of the most significant impacts ADHD… Read more »

Adjustment disorders are stress-induced and can have a variety of different triggers.

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An adjustment disorder is stress-related/stress-induced, whereby an individual experiences more stress than is considered ‘normal’ to a stressful event and this stress has a significant impact on their life, for example on their relationships, their work or education. A stressful event can be hard to define because everybody deals with stress differently. For some, a… Read more »

do I have depression? A picture of a man being sad sitting beside a window

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”Do I have depression?” You may find yourself asking when you notice that something might not be quite right. We can all have ‘down moments’ or ‘down times’ where we feel sad and demotivated, but at what point should we begin to worry about this and think it is more than just being ‘down’. Depression… Read more »

why writing can be good for depression; a woman writing her notebook, showing that writing has positive impact against depression

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If you suffer from depression or know someone who suffers from depression, you may wonder if there are ways to manage depression in addition to any of the benefits from antidepressants and therapy. For some, their depression is drug-resistant and there is no benefit from medication (and even therapy). Other than magnetic stimulation therapies, which… Read more »