Local support for OTHER ISSUES which can impact on mental health
Often there is no clear cause which can be identified for anxiety or depression, but on other occasions there is and understanding how a particular cause can be supported can make a real difference, in addition to any of the other treatments used in anxiety and depression.
Some habits can contribute to anxiety or depression and getting support for them directly can significantly help in reducing anxiety and/or depression. Direct support can be found here for:
Social isolation, issues at college, work or with finances can all lead to anxiety and depression for which there is some excellent support locally:
EVENTS IN YOUR LIFE
Some events in your life can also contribute to anxiety and depression including bereavement and crime related events and again getting direct support for these issues can help significantly reduce anxiety and/or depression.
Issues at home including relationships
Other issues at home can be an important source of anxiety and depression. See under:
There is support for different patient groups see under
Support For All this includes as examples
Medical conditions such as a long-term condition (e.g., diabetes) or pregnancy can be a source of mood changes and understanding this and the support available locally can be helpful.
Mental health can be impacted by:
An example of some of the local support
You will find the local support on all the links above and it is better to look at these to find the full range of support. However, just as an example, the local NHS psychology service offers support to veterans, carers of patients with dementia, patients with long term conditions (diabetes, respiratory conditions (COPD, chronic asthma etc), heart conditions, and long covid), postnatal patients and patients with employment related issues.
From Buckinghamshire Talking Therapies
Provide direct mental health support without you needing to see your GP. This is a free NHS service to patients over the age of 18, who attend a Buckinghamshire GP.