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Should I consult my doctor about my emotional health?

You can be proactive about your emotional health. Emotional health and wellness questionnaires are available online to help you determine if you need to consult with a professional. Many counseling services are available for free at community centers. If you experience loss of appetite or sleep, emotional outbursts, extreme anger, sadness, or depression that interferes with your normal daily activities or other symptoms, you should consult a healthcare provider.

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