Dating someone with depression can be equal parts frustrating and heartbreaking. One moment, all you want is to take away their pain; in the next, you may be confused and upset by their behavior. Here's some guidance for dating someone with TRD
Depression and blood pressure elevation, also known as hypertension, can indeed be connected. A lot of it has to do with a sometimes useful but often problematic hormone called cortisol—the stress hormone.
The negative thought patterns associated with OCD are often similar to those associated with depression. Additionally, while we're all prone to occasionally ruminating on negative events or obsessing over issues, that doesn't necessarily indicate OCD. So
These last couple of months, the pressures of everyday life have increased dramatically. From the pandemic to politics, the constant barrage of ever-changing and uncertain news coverage makes it easy to become overwhelmed.
You’ve started taking a new antidepressant. You’re hopeful that your depression symptoms will improve, and you’re waiting to feel better. But if it’s been weeks and you don’t notice any improvements in your mood, energy, or sleep, what’s next?
There are several potential causes of treatment-resistant depression, and one is genetic makeup. The good news is that there are constructive ways to find your own path toward effective symptom treatment—DNA does not define destiny.
With the abundance of social media posts about completing DIY projects, starting new hobbies, or learning new recipes during COVID-19, many of us are facing pressure to use the extra time on our hands to be productive.
Grief can hit hard, especially in the early moments of dealing with a loss. Your emotions can become so overwhelming that you might wonder if the sadness will ever go away. Depression can feel this way, too, and it helps to know the difference between gri