Feeling anxious and uneasy
Feeling unsafe or misunderstood
Feeling like you are "losing it"
If you are in crisis
If you are in crisis, or believe you may harm yourself or someone else, call 911 or your local emergency response service. If you need urgent medical or psychiatric attention, go to the nearest emergency hospital now.
Some of the above are signs and symptoms that can be linked to the most common mood disorders. If you are concerned that you are experiencing any of these, visit www.checkupfromtheneckup.ca for a self-assessment that you can take to your doctor.
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