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At first glance, these disorders can appear to be essentially the same. The sufferer really suffers, from reasons that are not immediately obvious to...
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Do a significant number of new fathers experience postnatal depression? Though there will be naysayers, an Oxford University study estimates one out o...
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Persistent depressive disorder (formerly known as "dysthymia") is a chronic mood disorder that presents as depression but is both less severe and long...
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Yoga is extremely beneficial for relieving symptoms of anxiety, depression, and PTSD—disorders that can make it difficult to leave the house and inter...
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Sometimes it is a good idea to remind ourselves of the basics. The best ways to relieve stress are nothing new, but when life gets busy we may need re...
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Our feelings and emotions need to be felt and acknowledged, even the uncomfortable ones. They are not a punishment or an indicator of character. By re...
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We tend to think of our brain as the CEO of our body’s functions, but neurocardiologists are discovering the powerful intelligence of the heart. It se...
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According to Harvard Health Publications, studies have found that if you have been diagnosed with either depression or alcohol abuse, you have a highe...
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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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