Mental Health Articles Page 76

By Dr. Cheryl Lane, PhD Benzodiazepines are a type of fast-acting medication primarily used to treat anxiety symptoms and insomnia. They are also use...
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Menopause can be a trying time for a woman. Hormone changes begin to cause wildly fluctuating moods at the same time many women are experiencing major...
teen
The link between parental divorce and teen depression is obvious to many. After all, not only does depression often result from a major change in one'...
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Reactive depression is a subtype of clinical depression or major depressive disorder. It is also sometimes called an adjustment disorder with depresse...
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Cognitive perspective, in the context of psychology and depression treatment, refers to the set of techniques and research models that emphasize the b...
thinking of her mental health
The standard treatments for depression are pretty well established and usually involve a fair amount of pharmaceutical intervention. One alternative t...
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One of the worst things about depression is that it’s a self-reinforcing cycle. Sadness keeps you from enjoying things you once found fun, so you stop...
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With the number of side effects that come with standard pharmaceutical interventions for depression, it is unsurprising that many people look for alte...
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Psychologists tell us that divorce is the second most stressful life change, only exceeded by the death of a spouse. Feelings of sadness, loss and anx...
young and depressed just look at those sunglasses he's hiding something
When most people talk about depression, they are referring to major or clinical depression, an acute condition marked by periods of intense sadness, l...

 
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