Just as your body can become unwell, your mind can become unwell too. And just like with physical illnesses, treatment and support is available. Use our guides to find out more about different mental health conditions, how to cope with your feelings about it and what support is available to you.
ADHD and Mental Health
ADHD is the most common behavioural disorder in children and can start at 18 months old.
Anorexia is an eating disorder where you worry about your weight and eat less and less food.
As many as 1 in 6 young people will experience an anxiety problem at some point.
Bipolar is characterised by extreme mood swings from almost manic highs to depressing lows.
Bulimia is an eating disorder where you get into a cycle of overeating and then try to get rid of the food.
Depression is a mood disorder where you feel 'down' all the time.
Mania and hypomania
Mania is a feeling of being extremely 'high', with lots of energy and enthusiasm.
OCD is a type of anxiety disorder that is easily treatable.
Coping With Mental Health Issues
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