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How To Help Someone with PTSD: Support Tips and More

January 10, 2021

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) affects approximately 3.5% of adults in the United States, or an estimated 7.7 million adults. The American Psychiatric Association estimates that approximately one out of every 11 people will be diagnosed with PTSD in their lifetime, and even more people will be affected by it.

How to Reduce Anxiety During the COVID-19 Pandemic

December 7, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has largely defined 2020 in a way that no one could have anticipated just one short year ago. For many people, especially those that are younger, the pandemic marks the first global health crisis that they have experienced during their lifetime.

Major Depressive Disorder Treatments: What You Need to Know

November 9, 2020

Feeling sad or blue once in a while is just a part of life, but when you feel this way for more than two weeks, you might be suffering from major depressive disorder. This common mental health condition affects people of all ages, and it can be hard to overcome if you aren’t sure where to turn.

How to Overcome Brain Fog: Get Diagnosed

November 8, 2020

Brain fog can leave you frustrated and confused about why you’re unable to think as clearly or as effectively as usual. Brain fog has many causes and a number of possible solutions. Don’t underestimate the importance of getting brain fog diagnosed. It can seriously affect your quality of life, and it may also point to underlying issues that you should address.

Major Depression Inventory: Symptoms and Treatment

November 7, 2020

Major depression, also referred to as major depressive disorder, is one of the most common mental health conditions impacting the United States. An estimated 17.3 million adults aged 18 and older, which equals 7.1 % of all adults in the United States, experienced at least one major depressive episode in 2017 alone.

What Type of Depression Do I Have and How to Help?

August 27, 2020

If you are experiencing symptoms of depression, it’s common to be confused about what type of depression you may have. After all, many people do not realize that there are different forms of depression, and they tend to group all of the symptoms of depression into one category. However, there are nine major different types of depression.