Articles on Depression
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Posted in Behavioral Health, Mental Health, Treatment
Mental illnesses affect 18.6 percent of Americans on a daily basis, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. Most do not receive mental health treatment for their condition. Luckily, for those who do receive treatment, there are many things that they can do outside of traditional medicine to help improve their condition and maintain […]
Posted in Depression Treatment, Mental Health, Probiotics, Treatment
Mental health disorders affect 43.7 million Americans, according the National Institute of Mental Health. Many of those who seek mental health treatment find help through the use of psychotherapy and prescription medications. Another approach some may take is to follow holistic methods of therapy, such as meditation, exercise and dietary protocols.
Posted in Incarceration
Like other parts of the country, the state’s prison system has become the largest provider of services for the mentally ill. The state hopes to gain assistance from mental health advocates to find better solutions to this matter.
Posted in Depression
Despite many advances in depression treatment in recent decades, the suicide rate in the U.S. has steadily risen for adults between the ages of 40 and 64. Suicide rates have risen nearly 40 percent from 1999 to 2007, leaving researchers guessing as to what may be causing the new trend. Research published in the American […]
Posted in Uncategorized
Anxiety and depression have been associated with each other for years, with some studies finding as much as 85 percent of those with major depression to also be diagnosed with co-occurring generalized anxiety disorder. However, new research has found that the pain of social rejection lasts longer for people with untreated depression, providing insight on […]