Uncovering the Signs and Cause of Hidden Chronic Depression
Chronic depression is common; however, many people are unaware that they're depressed. Because the symptoms are mild, most people with chronic depression wait ten years before seeking the depression treatment they need and deserve.
REAL Cures - Drug- Free Relief for Major Depression - Parkinson’s and Autism that Your Doctor probably Never Mentioned
The information shared here is for anyone dealing with major Depression Disorder, Parkinson’s Disease, or Autism. This non-invasive, drug free procedure was approved in 2008 by the FDA for the treatment of Major Depression disorders that have not responded to the traditional drug regimens. TMS therapy has been approved recently, and shown great results in treating Autism and Parkinson’s Disease As well. So why don’t your Doctors don’t tell you about it? Do they not know? Or, could it be there’s less money to be made when you are not tied to drugs, that in most causes only treat the symptoms, not the cause.
Ridgeline Counseling Provides Virtual Counseling in Utah
Everyone will experience trials throughout their lifetimes. There may be times when depression and anxiety come up in people’s lives. These reactions are normal. There are many ways to combat these trials including family and community support. Sometimes counseling in addition to these resources can be helpful to regain a healthy lifestyle.
Decluttering with Depression: How to Start When You Feel Overwhelmed
Decluttering can be a therapeutic process that brings a sense of peace and order to our living spaces. However, when depression weighs us down, even the thought of decluttering can feel overwhelming. It's important to remember that decluttering can also have positive effects on our mental well-being, helping to alleviate feelings of stress and creating a more serene environment. Keep reading to explore gentle and practical steps to start decluttering when you're feeling depressed, empowering you to take control and create a space that supports your mental health.
She knew that her mother had died when she was little. A talk with her sister revealed the exact reason she died.
Rachel Pan Resnekov always knew her mother passed away when she was just two. As a little girl, everyone would shut down the topic whenever she asked anything about her mother. So Rachel wasn’t inquisitive to know about her mother, and naturally, she didn’t even know her mother’s full name.
Opinion: The Impact of Exercise on Mental Health: How Physical Activity Can Boost Your Mood and Reduce Stress
Are you feeling down lately? Do you struggle with anxiety or depression? If so, you may be surprised to learn that exercise can have a significant impact on your mental health. Exercise has been shown to improve mood, reduce stress, and even alleviate symptoms of anxiety and depression.
You May Be Depressed And Not Know It
There are some evidential proofs of someone being in a depression. Constant sadness/gloom, lack of self-care, over sleeping, not socializing, thoughts of despair or suicide contemplating. Some of these go under our nose, and we will never notice. We may be depressed ourselves and not even know it. And there is a good reason for that. It's because we like to feel sorry for ourselves, we like the attention it gets, or we are just oblivious to the fact. So, how can we tell? How can we move past this rough patch?
What is mental health and why is it important?
This article was written by AI. Disclaimer: This article includes an affiliate link. Mental health is an essential aspect of our overall well-being that affects our thinking, feeling, and acting.
My Rescue Dogs Saved My Life
I have fought the Depression Monster my entire life. I can remember being in school with panic attacks and anxiety. I often felt a cloud over me, wherever I was. That continues now. I wish that depression was not my constant companion, but I have learned that it most likely will never go away.
From Rats to Monkeys to Humans: The Hope of Treating Anxiety and Depression
By Matthew R. Bailey, president, Foundation for Biomedical Research; and Leah Yonkovich, senior manager of digital communication, Foundation for Biomedical Research. The brains of monkeys and mice could hold answers about how to best treat common human mental health illnesses such as anxiety and depression.
Depression on the Rise? Unpacking the Mental Health Effects of Sumner County's Right-Wing Shift
This post includes content assisted by AI. In Gallatin, Tennessee, the Sumner County Commission took a hard-right turn after the last election. The newly elected majority under the Sumner County Constitutional Republicans banner quickly updated an official document, vowing county operations would reflect the Judeo-Christian values inherent in the nation's founding, marking a significant change in the local government's operations.
Bipolar Disorder Can Cause the Patient To Feel Bitter Feelings of Shame
Three tips to overcome the shame caused by mental illness. A friend asks if I’m okay. I pause, purse my lips, and contemplate my reply. In a million ways, I’m not okay, but will my friend understand? It’s always a tightrope walk between the truth and what a listener can handle.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. How's Your Mental Health?
Mental Health Awareness Month is observed in May each year and aims to raise awareness about mental health issues, reduce stigma, and promote mental well-being. The observance began in the United States in 1949 and has since gained recognition worldwide.
Opinion: How to Tell If You Are Depressed: A Simple Guide
If you're feeling down or struggling to find joy in activities that you once enjoyed, it's possible that you may be experiencing symptoms of depression. Depression is a common mental health condition that affects millions of people around the world. While it's normal to feel sad or down from time to time, depression is different in that it can significantly impact your daily life, relationships, and overall well-being.
The Surprising Connection Between Clutter and Depression
In our busy lives, it's easy for clutter to accumulate in our homes. What many people don't realize is that clutter can have a significant impact on our mental well-being, including its association with depression.
Monkey Research Unlocks Treatments for Depression, Anxiety
By National Institutes of Health neuroscientist emeritus Robert Wurtz, PhD and Foundation for Biomedical Research senior manager of digital communication Leah Yonkovich. Basic research in medicine analyzes the fundamentals of diseases and treatments. It requires the use of animals to understand how a living organism works when healthy and what goes wrong when disease strikes. Basic research with monkeys – hereby referred to as nonhuman primates – helps scientists understand and develop better treatments for psychiatric disorders including anxiety and depression.
Research Reveals that the Use of Psychedelics can Significantly Reduce Depression Among Terminally Ill Patients
Roland Griffiths conducted research that revealed the potential of psychedelics in reducing depression among individuals who are suffering from terminal illnesses. The study's findings are quite fascinating and give us a glimpse into the potential of these substances in treating mental health issues. In my opinion, this research is a step in the right direction towards finding alternative treatments for depression and other mental health conditions.
Renowned Parenting Influencer Heather Armstrong Passes Away at 47
In a heartbreaking development, Heather Armstrong, the celebrated figure who championed the raw realities of motherhood through her pioneering blog, Dooce, passed away at the age of 47.
New York May Join Other States in Giving Mental Health Days to Students.
I work in higher education. There is a liberal time-off policy including ‘mental health’ days – basically don’t come to work if you don’t feel up to it – take time for yourself. Many employers offer this type of time-off as they have started to recognize employee happiness and contentment is as important to productivity and the company culture as anything else.