Anxiety More than Depression Concerns College Students Today

According to the Center for Collegiate Mental Health 2014 annual report, anxiety is the number one concern of college students’ mental health needs today, with depression placing second. As college counseling centers continue to deal with ...

Jun 16

Categories: Anxiety, Depression

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Study links brain inflammation triggered by chronic pain to anxiety ...

Brain inflammation caused by chronic nerve pain alters activity in regions that regulate mood and motivation, suggesting for the first time that a direct biophysical link exists between long-term pain and the depression, anxiety and substance abuse ...

Jun 12

Categories: Anxiety, Depression

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People with Depression May Be More Likely to Develop Parkinson's ...

People with depression may be more likely to develop Parkinson's disease, according to a large study published in the May 20, 2015, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

May 25

Categories: Depression

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The Most Relaxing Yoga Poses To Help Fight Depression, Anxiety

Yoga is a therapeutic practice that's been known to relax the body and calm the mind. But you don't need to tie yourself up in a pretzel to experience the antidepressant benefits, according to a new study. Researchers analyzed the top six relaxation ...

Apr 30

Categories: Anxiety, Depression, Meditation

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Ever said cheer up to a depressed individual

Perhaps they feel worse or that it does not help when you do that. Some individuals tend to prefer “negative validation”. Negative validation is letting people know that the feelings they have are normal and reasonable in the situation.

Apr 25

Categories: Depression

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A Supplement that Prevents you from falling into Depression

Researchers have found that probiotics helped people’s rumination. Ruminating refers to one’s focus on bad experiences and feelings. Probiotics is said to help to stop sadness from turning into depression, by helping people to let go of their ...

Apr 17

Categories: Depression

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Discovering Why Antidepressants Don't Work Well For Kids

Depression is a major health problem for which most patients are not effectively treated. In particular, depression is an increasing problem in children and teenagers. The most commonly prescribed antidepressants are selective serotonin reuptake ...

Apr 1

Categories: Child and/or Adolescent Issues, Depression

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Effects of Depression on Time

Most of us differ in our perception of time, with or without depression. Sometimes waiting seems like forever, or while we were having fun, the time passes really quick. The new study finds that depressed people often feel that time is passing ...

Mar 27

Categories: Depression

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Is writing a therapy to heal us of our pain?

When in face of a painful experience, we might choose to ruminate over it, or to distract ourselves with work. Those that brood might think that distractors are avoiding their problems, while the distractors thinks that these brooders are troubled ...

Mar 21

Categories: Depression

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Does Binge-Watching Make Us Depressed?

Netflix and other streaming media services have become the crack of television, making it possible to watch an entire season ...

Feb 10

Categories: Addictions, Depression

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Adult vs. Child Depression

Did you know that depression presents differently in children than it does in adults?

Feb 9

Categories: Depression

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Depression and Addictions can cause Brain matter loss

A meta-analysis of 193 brain-imaging studies shows similar gray-matter loss in the brains of people with diagnoses as different as schizophrenia, depression and addiction.

Feb 5

Categories: Addictions, Depression, Schizophrenia

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Why Cambodians Never Get 'Depressed'

People in Cambodia experience what we Americans call depression. But there's no direct translation for the word "depression" in the Cambodian Khmer language. Instead, people may say thelea tdeuk ceut, which literally means "the water in my heart has ...

Feb 3

Categories: Depression, Mental Health in Asia

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New biological evidence reveals link between brain inflammation and ...

A new study by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) found that the measure of brain inflammation in people who were experiencing clinical depression was increased by 30 per cent.

Jan 29

Categories: Depression

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More young people seek help for depression

SINGAPORE - Depression is hitting young people hard, and a growing number are choosing to seek help. The Institute of Mental Health (IMH) helped 600 people aged 20 to 29 last year, compared with 550 the year before. Similarly, the National ...

Jan 28

Categories: Depression, Teenage Issues

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