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What if I'm experiencing changes to my mood?

This article only provides general information and not medical advice specific to your situation.
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We understand that the journey to lose weight is a long and arduous road. It takes a lot of courage to seek help and even more grit to see it through.

According to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, nearly 1 in 2 (46%) Australians aged 16–85 experience a mental disorder during their lifetime.

Feeling down isn't always a ‘phase’ that you can just ‘get over’, and it is definitely not something to ever be ashamed of. While it is natural to have highs and lows when you are on this journey, it is important to know when to reach out for help.

Your mental and physical wellbeing are utmost priorities for us here at Pilot. 

Please let us support you through a trying time.

If you experience changes in your mood, we recommend you:

  • 🆘 Contact our Medical Support Team
    So we can get you back in touch with your treating practitioner and discuss these feelings in more depth. You can reach us by messaging us here.
  • 🩺 Seek professional help
    From your regular GP and/or psychologist.
  • 👬 Reach out to family and friends
    To provide you with support to get through this difficult time.
  • 🤝 Embrace additional support
    Head to Health is a great platform that provides digital mental health resources from trusted service providers
    TIACS offers free, confidential counselling and mental health support from experienced counsellors

If you don’t have a regular GP, you can use the following resources to find one in your area:


🚨 If you need immediate attention to your mental health issues, contact Beyond Blue on 1300 22 4636 or Lifeline on 13 11 14. If you feel like your life is in danger, call 000 🚨