Mental Health Articles

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People with atypical depression can protect their long-term physical health by getting treatment for their mental health symptoms. Increased systemic...
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For stubborn depression symptoms, some individuals find ECT, electro-convulsive therapy, an effective solution. The downside of ECT is the specter of...
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We’ve known for a long time that traumatic experience alters people’s brains, but not exactly where and what the alterations are. One of today’s leadi...
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Surgery is a disorienting experience that the vast majority of us will experience, at most, no more than a few times during our lives. Out of the comf...
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The gold standard treatments for depression are prescription medications and talk therapy. What happens, though, when these don’t work? Are there any...
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Those of you who feel the public conversation about depression is not yet where it should be, might want to support comedian Brian Copeland’s show “Th...
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A global research initiative reveals good and bad news about the effect of depression on our brain. The bad news is that recurring, untreated depressi...
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The simplest definition of the cause of depression is that it is a mood disorder that emanates from chemical imbalances in the brain, perhaps exacerba...
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Being unflawed is one definition of perfection, yet a perfect whole must include all its aspects, including any imperfections. This is true for peopl...
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The incidence of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in the U.S. is two times greater for women than for men. The few studies that looked into sex d...

 
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