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Feeling low is a common experience that many people go through at some point in their lives. It’s a state of mind where you might feel sad, unmotivated, or uninterested in the things you used to enjoy.

There are many reasons why you might be feeling low. It could be due to stress from work or school, relationship problems, financial difficulties, a major life change, or simply feeling burnt out. Sometimes, there may not be any obvious reason for feeling low, and it might just be a passing phase.

When you’re feeling low, you may experience a variety of symptoms. These can include feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and helplessness. You might also have a lack of energy, motivation, or interest in things you normally enjoy. You may feel tired all the time or have trouble sleeping, or conversely, you may oversleep. You might experience changes in appetite and weight, feeling more or less hungry than usual. You might also find yourself becoming more irritable or short-tempered with others, or withdrawing from social situations.

In some cases, feeling low can develop into a more serious condition, such as depression. If you are experiencing symptoms of feeling low for an extended period of time, or if it is impacting your daily life, it’s important to enrol on a counselling service and seek help from a mental health professional. They can help you understand what you’re going through and provide strategies for managing your feelings.

It’s important to remember that feeling low is a common experience, and it doesn’t mean that there’s anything wrong with you. It’s okay to ask for help and support from those around you when you’re feeling low.

If you’re looking online for counselling in Nottingham, find out more about our services here.

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You can call us on 0333 188 1060 to start your referral. We will then arrange an initial assessment.

Our lines are open Monday-Thursday 8am-8pm and Friday’s 8am – 4.30pm
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