What are the signs of a mood problem?
There are several signs that a person may show when they have mood problems these may include:
- Short tempered
- Feeling low
What are the common reasons for a mood problem?
There are several primary reasons that can or will cause a person to have mood changes. These may include:
- Environmental issues
- Social issues
- Biological changes
- Drug and alcohol abuse
- Neurological problems
- Respiratory problems
- Muscular problems
Mood problems are commonly dealt with by physiotherapists secondary to other illnesses people maybe suffering. At Physio.co.uk we have:
- Physiotherapists that will encourage and motivate each individual.
- Physiotherapists that will do their best to improve your mood.
- Experienced physiotherapists who are used to working with adults experiencing a wide range of problems.
- Longer assessment and treatment sessions to get the most out of your physio programme.
- A good understanding of your condition and how to manage it so you get the best out of your sessions.
- Physiotherapists that can teach not only the individual affected but their guardian/carer or family member any treatment plans so it will help them outside of the clinic.
- Physiotherapists that will find the most suitable way of making an individuals treatment easy to understand and follow.
Mood refers to the way in which a person is feeling, when a person experiences health related problems it can have a secondary impact on their mood causing them to have a negative mood. At Physio.co.uk, our physiotherapists will work with you to try to motivate you and encourage you with your treatment resulting in an improvement in your mood.
To book an appointment at Physio.co.uk or for further information on how we can help. Please call 0330 088 7800