I’m worried about my own mental health.

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Has your own behavior begun to worry you?

You may have noticed that you are more sad, tired, or achy than usual. Or perhaps your behavior has been erratic. If you or others around you think you may have a mood disorder, it’s time to talk to a clinician.

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A proper diagnosis is the first step.

A clinical evaluation may reveal that you have a mood disorder, another medical condition, or a co-occurring disorder. To get well, you need to be treated for the right condition.

You are not alone.

If you are diagnosed with a mood disorder, you don’t have to go through treatment alone. Lean on family, friends, or an extended support network to help you get better.