Brain fog is a symptom of depression that can affect every aspect of our daily life. It's a source of frustration and unhappiness that prevents us from functioning socially and as productively as we normally would, but there are ways to treat it. Dr Liam Parsonage explains how to identify it and the treatment options available.
Bipolar disorder, once known as manic depressive disorder, is the episodes of extreme moods from manic-highs to depressive-lows. But did you know that there are different types of the disorder? Here, top psychiatrist Dr Liam Parsonage explains the difference between type 1 and 2 bipolar.
Bipolar disorder is a mental illness that affects a person's mood, where they can either be manic or depressed. One of our top psychiatrists Dr Liam Parsonage explains which symptoms to be aware of, especially if you're concerned that someone close to you is living with the condition undiagnosed.
Lately, there has been an increasing amount of evidence surfacing that omega-3 can improve numerous medical and psychiatric conditions like ADHD. Dr Maite Ferrin, child and adolescent psychiatrist in London, tells us how ADHD is currently treated and about the role of omega-3 in the management of ADHD.
Each year in the UK, one in six people experience a mental health problem, such as anxiety and depression. It’s normal to feel some anxiety from time to time but if it becomes persistent and you are starting to struggle at work, it's time to do something about it. Dr Liam Parsonage gives us seven tips to cope with anxiety in the workplace.
You may well have heard of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) – a talking therapy used in psychology to help patients change the way they think and behave. However, you may not have heard of the similarly-named dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT). Psychologist Dr Matina Sotrilli explains.
ADHD in adulthood is more common than you think. Although ADHD begins in childhood, we grow up in such a structured environment that we might not realize we have a problem until later in life. In this article, leading London-based psychiatrist Dr Leon Rozewicz explains some of the most common signs of ADHD in adulthood and why it’s beneficial to get a diagnosis.
It can be frightening to witness your loved one develop psychotic symptoms, especially when they are unaware of what's happening to them. We've asked expert psychiatrist Dr Lars Davidsson to explain what to do if you suspect that your family member is experiencing psychosis.
Schizophrenia and drug-induced psychosis are two of the commonest types of psychosis. We've asked expert psychiatrist Dr Lars Davidsson to describe the symptoms that may occur when someone is experiencing either type of the condition. Read more on how psychosis can be treated.
Those who live with adult ADHD may have problems with organising themselves and even completing household tasks. They may engage in risky behaviours or self-medicate with illegal drugs. Leading London psychiatrist Dr Utpaul Bose describes the behaviours of a person with the condition and how it may affect men and women differently.