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There is no reason why most of us should know what SDMs are, but there is a reason we should all have them. SDMs are self-defining memories that are v...
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Despite the fact that depression is one of the most commonly experienced mental disorders in the world, the psychiatric community lacks a common under...
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People must demonstrate certain obsessive-compulsive behaviors over time to receive a diagnosis of OCD. A diagnosis might also specify an OCD subtype...
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Sometimes we act responsibly, with an eye on the consequences. Other times we act rashly, apparently disregarding consequences. Some of us act circums...
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Anxiety has overtaken depression as the primary mental health issue for college students, according to a study done at Penn State University. The rise...
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We often refer to our brain as mental muscle. Now, some researchers are treating depression by rehabbing the brain as if it were a weakened muscle. Re...
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Inside your gut lives a community of bacteria, protozoa, fungi, and viruses that function to keep you alive and well. This community of microscopic or...
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Swirling thoughts. Worries. Confused thinking. Emotional pain. Depression has all of these. Now, imagine experiencing all of this in the dark. Nightti...
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If you could have a chip implanted in your brain that relieved depression or PTSD symptoms, would you consider it? In the not too distant future, peo...
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Depression makes you miserable. Nothing feels right, you aren’t up to doing the things you used to do, and you’re exhausted and irritable all the time...

 
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