Depression is fairly common, affecting about one in 10 people at some point during their life.
— nhs

Depression is a prolonged period of feeling down or in a low mood. It can be triggered by difficult life events or sometimes it occurs for no obvious reason.

We are all likely to experience feelings or symptoms of depression at some point in our lives, usually these feelings can be helped by resolving a difficult situation, talking through the feelings with a friend or a positive distraction.

However for some people these feelings of depression can grow, become more persistent and can begin to negatively affect day to day life.

Symptoms and severity of depression will vary from person to person but are usually identified by a prolonged period of low mood (2 weeks or more), lack of interest in life or activities you once enjoyed, feelings of hopelessness, lethargy, lack of concentration, a change in eating patterns (over eating or loss of appetite), sleeping more than usual or insomnia, and in extreme cases having suicidal thoughts or thoughts of self-harm. 

Hypnotherapy can help…

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms and believe you may be depressed it is a good idea to consult your GP first. Medicinal and therapeutic treatments for depression work very well in tandem, with Hypnotherapy fast becoming a more recognised therapeutic method for effectively lifting mood and the associated symptoms of depression in a relatively short time scale.