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Facts About Treating Depression

Clinical Depression Statistics: Facts About Treating Depression

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), depression is among the leading causes of disability worldwide, affecting 121 million people around the globe. Knowing about the course of depression symptoms can help guide those seeking treatment for depression. Statistics About How Long Clinical Depression Symptoms Last There is good news and bad news, but more […]

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Self-Help for Seasonal Affective Disorder

Self-Help for Seasonal Affective Disorder: Simple Tips to Help Reduce Symptoms of SAD

The condition known as seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, may result in a variety of symptoms including increase in appetite, difficulty waking up/sleep changes, extreme fatigue or lethargy and changes in mood. While the disorder is believed to affect around ten million Americans, it is virtually unheard of in locations close to the equator, since […]

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Seasonal Affective Disorder

SAD Seasonal Affective Disorder: How Low Light Conditions During Winter Affect Mood | Okeechobee

Seasonal Changes Affect People, Too It shouldn’t be surprising to us that humans, like other animals, are susceptible to changes in weather and light conditions. Just as cooler temperatures and shorter days signal geese to prepare for migration, squirrels to stock their nests with food, and bears to hunker down for a long hibernation, some […]

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Helping Someone with Drug Addiction and Depression

One of the common fears that people and loved ones of a drug addict face are the questions. How do I help them avoid addiction and depression? Depression is a common scenario for all human beings. At one point or the other, we find certain events of our lives depressing, either because things did not […]

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True Blue State: A Case of Depression

Millions of American suffers from clinical depression or major depressive disorder. Clinical depression remains as the most prevalent mental disorder in the country. Proved as a severe mood disorder it greatly affects daily normal routine such as eating, sleeping and working. However, feeling blue is different from depression. Depression varies in seriousness from mild, brief […]

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