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Depressed Woman
Depression is a condition that not only affects the sufferer alone, but the immediate social network around him or her. If left untreated, this condit...
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We do not hear much about music therapy for depression, although studies showing it effectively relieves depressive symptoms have been done. Music the...
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The development of depression is influenced by genes, but is likely not caused by a specific defective gene. A combination of genetic factors seems to...
Depressed young man
Depression results from chemical changes that alter the way you think, feel and react to situations. Such changes can also extend to the rest of your...
A depressed man
One of the main reasons that depression is so difficult to treat is its tendency to reoccur with time. This news can be so discouraging especially whe...
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A workplace can, and ideally should, provide a sense of connectedness, purpose, structure, achievement, and role identity. Such an environment is a pr...
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The problem with stress is not that it exists. The problem is our difficulty turning off the body’s stress response. Continuous stress can put fat in...
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Doing some type of meditation is an excellent way of managing an overactive mind, negative thoughts, and anxiety. Transcendental Meditation (TM) is a...
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“You should get out more and socialize,” is typical advice offered to people with chronic depression. We should also exercise more, eat better, and do...
What are the Extreme Symptoms of Depression
Depression is a serious mental illness whose effect differs based on its severity. In milder cases, an individual tends to exhibit symptoms such as a...

 
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