Understanding More About Depression

Understanding More About Depression

At some point in everyone’s life, it’s natural to experience sadness or feeling very low. When these feelings extend for long periods of time such as weeks or months and are accompanied by other symptoms such as lack of energy, loss of interest in regular activities,...
Depression Treatment: You Want to Feel Better

Depression Treatment: You Want to Feel Better

Depression is a serious mental health condition that can make it difficult to function in everyday life. Symptoms of depression can include sadness, fatigue, feelings of worthlessness, and thoughts of suicide. If you are experiencing these symptoms, it is important to...
Depression: Its Causes & Treatment

Depression: Its Causes & Treatment

Struggling with depression can be extremely difficult, especially if you’re unsure of why you’re depressed. Often, those with chronic depression might not be able to pinpoint a specific reason why they’re feeling down, making a self-diagnosis particularly difficult....
Things You Should Know about Depression

Things You Should Know about Depression

Things You Should Know about Depression If you’re one of the 19.4 million adults across the United States who have struggled with depression, then you know that it’s a condition that can have a vast impact on your mood and ability to function on a day-to-day basis....
Why is it Important to Treat Depression?

Why is it Important to Treat Depression?

Why is it Important to Treat Depression? One of the most common mental health challenges that people struggle with across the world is depression. Recent research from the National Institute of Mental Health indicates that 17.3 million adults in America alone...
Four Lifestyle Changes to Help with Depression

Four Lifestyle Changes to Help with Depression

Four Lifestyle Changes to Help with Depression When it comes to navigating life with depression, there are many overarching changes you can make to help support you during your day-to-day activities. For example, taking medication, and seeking out professional support...
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