Articles on Depression
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05-24 Brain scans to suggest between talk therapy and antidepressants in treating depression, says study
Posted in Depression, Depression Treatment, Therapy
The onset of depression can be influenced by the interplay of several biological and personal factors. Although there can probably be no universal treatment approach for depression due to a patient’s varied needs, scientists are trying to find methods which may suggest personalized treatment options for effective recovery.
Posted in Children, Depression, Depression Treatment, Emotions, Family, Mental Health, Mental Health Disorder, Mental Health Treatment, Mental Illness, Mood Disorder, Parenting, Relationships, Therapy, Treatment
With nearly one in eight women in the United States suffering from postpartum depression and related illnesses, millions of newborn children in America are at a higher risk of developing psychiatric disorders in the future. Many times, women mistakenly consider postpartum depression as normal baby blues, and do not seek professional help. But, the signs […]
Posted in Depression, Depression Treatment, Family, Mental Health, Parenting, Therapy
Parenting is a challenging job that needs a complete balance between the needs of the parents and those of the child. But when it comes to parents coping with a mental disorder, the situation gets tougher and the same issues are amplified. There is no embarrassment in having a mental illness. But, since our society, […]
Posted in Mental Health, Therapy, Treatment
As modalities of therapy continue to evolve over time, mental health professionals and researchers grow more knowledgeable of treating different mental illnesses, including depression. As awareness grows, stigma decreases and there are more resources regarding mental health treatment, such as support groups, become more accessible. Looking back on the history of depression treatment sheds light […]
Posted in Humor, Mental Health, Mental Illness, Therapy
Laughter is one of the mind’s greatest medicines. Using humor is a great escape and can prove to be a temporary treatment for some woes and burdens. Comedians are not exempt from using their work as a coping mechanism as some using their own mental illnesses to create material, according to humorist and published author […]