It’s not commonly known, but vitamin deficiencies and thyroid disorders can cause feelings of low mood, depression and anxiety.
Low levels of magnesium, vitamin D and vitamin B12 can all increase levels of irritability, memory loss, tiredness and low mood. Meanwhile hypothyroidism also causes symptoms such as fatigue, brain fog and feeling weak.
Similarly, our hormones play a big part in how we feel, with hormones such as Testosterone and Oestradiol influencing
Whilst commonly treated by medication, more people want to control their mood using diet, exercise and supplements – but you need to know what to treat first.
These possible causes can be checked with simple blood tests to identify your problem and provide recommendations on how to reduce your symptoms.
Vitamin Deficiency blood test
Check whether you are deficient in the key vitamins and minerals important for good mental health and wellbeing.
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