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Distinguishing the Negative Thought Patterns of OCD
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
Biological Causes of Treatment-Resistant Depression
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.
The Relationship between Social Media and Depression
Yet while social media connects people online, it can also cause feelings of isolation and loneliness, potentially contributing to or exacerbating depression in many people. Social media's growing presence makes it necessary to explore the relationship be
What Can Cause Brain Fog?
Brain fog is the term used to describe focus or memory issues that may leave you feeling like you're "in a fog." When you're overcome by brain fog, your mind feels fuzzy and disorganized. You may have difficulty remembering things, struggle to think clear