Depression has been rising in Pakistan at an alarming rate and has become one of the most common ailments in our society. According to a report published in Tribune, depression affects 44% of the entire population in Pakistan. It is being estimated that by 2020, it will be one of the leading causes of death and disability.
Pakistan ranks 7th among the most depressed countries in the world. In our society, there are so many people who are silently suffering from depression and they need help. A very important aspect that we need to understand regarding depression is that unlike there doesn’t need to be a “reason” to have clinical depression. It’s a disease and mental condition that can affect anyone – and regardless of the cause, there is one best solution to treat it. You don’t need to suffer in silence or to cluelessly wonder how to deal with it if you have depression. Now you can get help with privacy and respect through Marham Psychology Online Clinic. Let’s take a look at what are the causes of depression and how Marham has provided its solution.
Symptoms of Depression:
- Sad mood and/or loss of interest in life
- Fatigue and decreased energy
- Insomnia, especially early-morning waking
- Excessive sleep
- Having persistent aches or pains, headaches, cramps, or any digestive problems that do not ease even after treatment
- Increased appetite, while others lose their appetite altogether
Marham Psychology Online Clinic:
Marham Psychology Online Clinic is the best solution for those who are suffering from depression. It can be regarded as the easiest and most suitable way of treating depression from your home. Through Psychology Online Clinic, you can talk to a qualified psychologist through your phone/laptop and get authentic advice. This clinic has some special perks in terms of its authenticity of advice and easy accessibility:
You don’t have to go to a hospital
You can just talk to a psychologist by Marham App or website and get counseling from an experienced regarding your issue.
It’s easy to follow up with a Psychologist
Follow up is very important in mental health. Having your psychologist available just one call away is a special blessing.
Session charges are just Rs. 800:
An average psychology session may cost 2500 but through this clinic, you can consult a qualified psychologist in just PKR 800.
How does it work?
Marham Psychology Online Clinic works in three incredibly easy steps:
1. Book Your Consultation
In the first step, all you need to do is click on the book session button and send a request for the consultation.
2. Pay the Fee
In the second step, select the payment method and our representative will call you and guide you how you can pay for the consultation.
3. Consult with the Psychologist
Your consultation will be scheduled for a fixed time. Download the Marham App, we will send you a link on your number and by clicking on that you can consult the psychologist.
Psychologists in Marham Online Clinic:
Dr. Faria Rehman:
Dr. Faria Rehman is a highly qualified doctor and practices as a Psychologist at Rehman Clinic, Lahore. She’s a specialist In Adult Psychology, Child Psychology, Behavioral Problem In Children And Adult, Psychotherapies and other psychological problems. You can get a consultation from him via Marham Psychology Online Clinic.
Through Marham Psychology Online Clinic, 8714 people have been helped until now. Here is what patients who took the service had to say about the online clinic.
If you’re suffering from depression and don’t know what to do, Marham Psychology Clinic is the place for you to go. To book a consultation, visit https://www.marham.pk/pcos-clinic-online-pakistan and get yourself the best advice and treatment. You can also book an appointment with the best psychologist in Lahore or any other city of Pakistan via marham.pk for a physical checkup.
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