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How to Return Successfully to Society and Work After Quarantine When You Have Depression and Anxiety
The world has changed. Many Americans have spent over two months in isolation due to Coronavirus. There has been significant hardship, lost income, reduced access to community services, and lack of social supports. These rapid changes have caused patients to experience the ongoing effects of anxiety and depression.
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10 Ways to Manage Depression and Anxiety During Self-Isolation
The pandemic has been incredibly challenging for all of us. We are here for you during this difficult time. These activities might help you ease any troublesome feelings you are experiencing.
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3 Proven Ways to Combat the Winter Blues

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3 Proven Ways to Combat the Winter Blues
As seasons change, people can experience Seasonal Affective Disorder. It can happen during any change in season, but it is most common during the winter months. Cooler temps, wetter weather, & minimal daylight during fall & winter result in people staying inside more often & becoming less social.
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Improve your Mental Health Today by Quitting These Harmful Habits
If you struggle with negative thoughts, depression, or self-defeating habits, you're not alone. Debate rages on as to the degree to which the modern world is responsible for our current epidemic of mental health issues, however, there's there are things that we can do to improve our wellbeing.
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Good Grief: A Healthy Approach to Dealing With a Loss
If you’re suffering a loss & working through the five stages of grief, it can be challenging to know how to approach the process in a healthy way. As a society we’re not taught in advance how to deal with the issue of grief. It’s a massive challenge, even for the most mentally healthy people.
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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 Can I Help My Friend Who is Depressed?

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How Can I Help My Friend Who is Depressed?
Helping a friend who is feeling depressed is not easy. You may feel confused, scared, angry, and worried. With that being said, here are some tips to help you show support while still taking care of yourself. Read more to learn about how you can help out a friend if you suspect they are depressed.
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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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