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    How to beat SAD: Ways to treat Seasonal Affective Disorder

    SAD (seasonal affective disorder) affects 4 million people in the UK during autumn and winter - but you don't need to put up with it.

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    This blogger's frank video may change the way you think about antidepressants

    The young blogger said it was time to 'be honest' with her subscribers about 'the other side of my life'

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    10 ways to fight depression

    Anti-depressant use may be on the up, but you might be able to beat depression without them. Try building these 10 tips into your everyday life

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    20 mood-boosting foods

    Ever in need of a quick mood boost? Well now there's 20 easy ways to give you a lift just by what you put on your plate. Take a look through our list of our 20 foods to make you happy, give you energy and leave you less stressed.

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    Treating depression

    Depression is a really common illness that can make you feel isolated. We've put your depression questions to our experts

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    8 tips to keep your mind healthy

    We all take care of our physical health, but how much do we think about our mental health? There are things you can do to keep your mind healthy - follow these top tips

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    Look after your mental health

    How to look after your mental health in 10 simple steps from the Mental Health Foundation

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    Depression: help, support & advice

    Depression can be an alienating illness, but it's common - we outline the symptoms of depression and the positive steps you can take if you're suffering from it

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    Treating depression: Your questions answered

    Woman's Weekly's Dr Mel gives her advice on treating depression, including cognitive behavioural therapy and talking to your GP about depression

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