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Is there a place for hypnosis as a therapy for depression? Some practitioners think so. Hypnosis Hypnosis is a centuries' old technique that has alter...
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Reading is a proven way to relax the mind, and reading literature can be effective therapy for some of the issues that ail us. Although reading is oft...
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Adolescent girls are at higher risk for depression than adolescent boys according to research statistics. Why this is true is uncertain. It seems that...
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Those with an interest in the mental health field might not have heard of ED-STARS since it is still being developed. ED-STARS, or Emergency Departmen...
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Catatonic depression, now known in the DSM-5 as major depressive disorder with catatonic features, is diagnosed when someone who is suffering major d...
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Depression often co-occurs with one or more of a variety of anxiety disorders. For that reason, it is beneficial to have a medication that effectively...
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Increasing serotonin levels in the brain is one of the most-used means of treating depression. However, an overdose of serotonin can result in seroto...
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Depression is a complex set of factors that deplete people of the energy and motivation required to function adequately day to day. Depression does n...
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Maybe perfectionism should be listed as a separate suicide risk factor in clinical assessments and interventions. Perfectionism is the tendency to set...
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The switch from junior high to high school is difficult for many individuals, evidenced by an increase in depressive symptoms during this time of tran...

 
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