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How To Beat Anxiety In The Workplace

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How To Beat Anxiety In The Workplace
Anxiety is a physical or biological response to perceived threats or dangers, so it is not surprising that the workplace with its deadlines, rivalries, & uncertainty, is a prime cause of anxiety in adults. Around 40 million adults in the US suffer from anxiety & the trials of the workplace.
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What Do I Do If My Depression Medication Doesn’t Work
It can seem cruel when you're doing everything right - seeing a doctor and taking the prescribed medication - when your depression simply does not improve. It can feel like you’re totally alone and you’re never going to get well again, but you shouldn’t give up hope because you are not alone.
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How Depression Affects The Body: Physical Symptoms
The body can be impacted by negative & positive catalysts. When considering the ramifications of a mental health condition such as depression, you may assume it only disrupts the functions of the mind. However, people who suffer from clinical depression also experience the physical effects.
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ECT vs Antidepressants vs TMS

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ECT vs Antidepressants vs TMS
Depression is one of the major causes of disability in the U.S. among people age 15 to 44. First-line approaches such as antidepressant drugs & psychotherapy may not work for everyone. Around ⅔ of people with depression don't get satisfactory relief from the first antidepressant drug they try.
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Depression and Addiction: What is the Connection?

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Depression and Addiction: What is the Connection?
Mood disorders like depression & addiction occur together so frequently that a new term has been coined for it: Dual Diagnosis. The link between these conditions is like a 2-way street. NIDA indicated that people addicted to drugs are roughly twice as likely to have mood disorders.
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Summertime Blues: The Facts About Seasonal Affective Disorder
Often when we hear the words, “Seasonal Affective Disorder,” we think of freezing winters, short, dark days, and long nights. But did you know you can also have Summertime Seasonal Affective Disorder? Yes, SSAD is a real thing, & it affects about 10% of the population at large.
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Fruits and Vegetables are Beneficial for Mental Health
Adding 1 more portion of fruit or vegetables to a person’s daily diet can make all the difference. Portion sizes could be one cup of raw vegetables, half a cup of cooked vegetables or chopped fruit, or one whole piece of fruit. Vitamins, C & E are proven to lower depressive moods
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What Are The Best Ways to Treat Depression?

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What Are The Best Ways to Treat Depression?
Depression is a difficult struggle that can manifest in many ways. Many people assume depression is simply "being sad," but the reality can be harder to deal with. Depression may result in irritability, physical symptoms, and even overlooked symptoms such as forgetfulness.
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Tips For Fighting a Fit of Depression: You've Got This!
People who suffer from depression often experience more than just feeling the blues. Depression can be a serious mental health concern that can take away from the enjoyment of life and negatively impact life in other ways.
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How Can I Help Myself If I’m Experiencing Depression?
Depression robs you of your happiness and peace of mind. You might overcome bouts of depression by learning about its symptoms and what you can do to feel better.
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