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Anxiety disorders are a common form of mental illness, often causing significant distress and impairment, and leading to reduced quality of life.
Bipolar I disorder is a chronic (long-term) and debilitating psychiatric illness characterised by repeated episodes of mania and depression, or a mixture of both.
Depression is a serious medical condition that is associated with symptoms such as melancholy, loss of energy, difficulty in concentrating and suicidal thoughts.
Alzheimer’s disease is a neurological disorder in which the brain slowly degenerates, leading to problems with memory, daily function and behaviour.