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Depression in children
If your child has symptoms of depression, it's best to seek professional help. Find out more about depression and children.
Depression is a common condition, affecting how you feel, think and act. It’s often treatable and likely to improve with a doctor’s support.
Melancholia (depression with melancholic features)
Melancholia is a type of depression, sometimes referred to as melancholic depression. Read more about the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment here.
How to help someone with depression
It's not easy to know how to help someone with depression. Learn to recognise the signs, how to talk to someone with depression and where to get help.
How to deal with depression
Telling people you have depression and getting help is not easy, here's some ways to manage your illness. Find out more about dealing with depression.
Depression in teenagers
One in five children and adolescents is affected by mental health problems and disorders. Find out about depression and young people.
Depression and older people
Depression in adults over 65 can include unexplained physical symptoms, memory loss, and various behavioural changes. This page can help you diagnose if an older person may be suffering from depression.
Signs of depression in men
Men don't like to admit when they are under stress or feeling depressed. Find out how to get them to open up.
Feeling restless affects you and your relationships with others. Try these tips to help you cope with feelings of restlessness or irritability.
Focusing on the negative can make you feel as though everything about your life is wrong. Learn how to focus on positives and when to ask for help.