People may be familiar with the mental symptoms of depression: feeling sad, helpless, hopeless, and worthless, among others. Often, these symptoms last for weeks or months (or longer), and can be debilitating.
A Silent Epidemic Our public schools are struggling to handle millions of students with mental health problems. Here’s why. Sept. 7, 2016 Go There are more than 50 million public school students in the
How should I strike up a conversation? What if I pick the wrong logo? Why did he say that? Those are the types of questions that might bombard you when you're overthinking something. Rather than accept
(Getty Images) Shares x March 16, 2019 1:29PM (UTC) This article was originally published on The Conversation. The first signs of a problem started to emerge around 2014: More young people said they felt
At one time or another, you're bound to face a crisis. Your loved one might be diagnosed with a terminal condition. Your marriage might come to an end. You may find yourself in a dire financial situation.
Ever wake up at 2 a.m. with your stomach tied in knots wondering how you were going to find tomorrow? It’s that very same night you know you gotta have some sleep. Instead, your brain kicks on and you’re
Feeling anxious or depressed and want to get better? You have to really work at it and suffer through years of therapy and sometimes try lots of drugs. No pain, no gain, or so we’ve been told. That would
(Reuters Health) - People who suffer from a common chronic sinus disorder may be more likely than those who don't to develop depression and anxiety, a Korean study suggests. Researchers focused on chronic
Kate Middleton's younger brother has been candid about his battle with depression. James Middleton continues to be candid about his battle with depression. In an Instagram post on Tuesday, Middleton, shared
Of the 16 million American adults who live with depression, as many as one-quarter gain little or no benefit from available treatments, whether drugs or talk therapy. They represent perhaps the greatest
Thousands, perhaps millions, of people who try to quit antidepressant drugs experience stinging withdrawal symptoms that last for months to years: insomnia, surges of anxiety, even so-called brain zaps,
Knowing what to look out for could one day save your life or the life of someone close to you Men don't get depressed. We pull 'birds', drink beer drunk and get on with it, right? But given that more 300