Articles for Loneliness

Know the Signs: Seasonal Affective Disorder Quiz

December 5, 2020

If you find yourself feeling more down than usual during the winter months, you might be suffering from seasonal depression, also known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Seasonal affective disorder can seriously disrupt your life and prevent you from enjoying activities associated with wintertime, including the holidays.

Social Media and Depression: The Real Facts and Connection You Need to Know

December 3, 2020

In 2021, it’s hard to think of anyone you know that doesn’t use social media in some way. Whether it’s your parents’ prolific posts on Facebook or your teenager’s constant use of TikTok and Snapchat, social media is a huge part of the day for many people. In fact, approximately 77% of all Americans have a social media profile of some kind.

Major Depression Inventory: Symptoms and Treatment

December 1, 2020

Although sadness is a normal part of life, most people find that their sadness comes and goes quickly, and is usually tied to a challenging life experience, such as losing your job or going through a divorce. However, sometimes feelings of sadness become more intense and last for an extended period of time.

How to Deal with Situational Depression

November 11, 2020

When a loved one dies, we lose a job, or a relationship ends, most of us experience a degree of sadness, stress, and anxiety around this change to our everyday life. However, some people experience much more severe symptoms associated with negative life events than others.

Is Depression Curable?

November 11, 2020

When an illness is cured, it means that the illness is gone forever and won’t come back or affect that person’s life again. There are some diseases we can’t cure, such as diabetes.However, even diseases that can’t be cured can be treated. Generally, depression is thought of as a disease that can be treated, not cured, although there are some exceptions to this rule.

Recognizing the Four Types of Depression

November 11, 2020

Everyone feels down every now and then, but the symptoms experienced by people who are suffering from depression are much more severe than ocasional sadness. Depression can have serious effects on your quality of life, and your capacity to work and function in your day to day.

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.

Anxiety: What are the Different Types of Anxiety?

September 20, 2020

According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, an estimated 40 million adults in the United States, or about 18 percent of the population, is affected by an anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the United States, and although they are highly treatable, only about 37 percent of people suffering receive treatment.

How has COVID-19 Impacted Depression and Anxiety?

September 20, 2020

While much of the conversation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic has centered around how to keep ourselves and our loved ones safe from contracting the disease, negative impacts to mental health as a result of the disease are also becoming an important topic of conversation.

Depression Test: How to Test for Depression

August 26, 2020

Depression might be the most common mental health problems in the world, but it can still be confusing to try and figure out on your own if you are actually suffering from depression or if you’re just experiencing normal sadness or grief. Depression can have similar symptoms to other conditions, including mental health conditions and physical conditions, so it’s important to make sure you receive a proper diagnosis before getting treatment.