These issues are caused by emotional or physical stress leading to changes in brain chemicals.
- Anxiety & Depression - Numerous disorders are capable of causing anxiety, resulting in nervousness, fear, worrying, panic attacks and social anxiety. Clinical depression is a serious mood disorder that affects how one feels, thinks and behaves. Sufferers are diagnosed two weeks after exhibiting symptoms.
- Mood Swings - While moods change now and then, rapid mood changes can be the result of an underlying health condition (like depression), an imbalance in brain chemicals or hormonal changes due to menstruation or menopause.
- Stress Disorders - Stress disorders are the result of health disorders such as obsessive-compulsive disorder, PTSD or a result of short or long-term anxiety.
- Phobias - A phobia is an anxiety disorder characterized by an irrational fear of an object or situation.
- Personality problems - A person with a personality disorder has differing lines of thinking, feeling and behaving when compared to the average person.
- Grief / Moving On - Grief is an intense sorrow that is a natural response to the loss of someone or something to which a close connection was formed.