Mental Health Articles Page 2

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If you are managing symptoms of depression vigorous exercise may take more energy than you can muster, but the gentle exercise of tai chi might be doa...
Sad Depressed Lady
Medical studies have continually found out that some drugs prescribed by physicians can alter your moods and make you feel depressed. Moreover, as you...
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A depressed mood, lack of motivation, fatigue, and feeling hopeless are familiar symptoms of depression. Although it is somewhat rare, depressed indiv...
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Atypical depression, despite its name, is quite common. It is diagnosed more often in women than in men, and frequently develops during adolescence. W...
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Sadness is considered as natural part of our daily life. However, if this dark mood persists for some time, ideally for more than a week or a month, i...
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When stuck in symptoms of depression, it helps to do simple things that you know will “raise your vibrations.” You may not experience enjoyment doing...
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For people engaged in psychotherapy, the phenomenon of transference may arise during sessions. Transference is common and normal in a therapeutic sett...
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Depression as a medical condition spares no one, including your co-workers. Though at first glance, your fellow employee may look happy and healthy wh...
Depressed Old Lady
In retirement, a person should try to reinvent oneself or risk withering away. In fact, a study by a UK think tank Institute for Economic Affairs foun...
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Many people with depression also experience anxiety, and one of the best ways to reduce anxiety is to breathe slowly. Breathing is a primary focus in...

 
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