One of depression’s most insidious lies is that you don’t have it. You are just broken. Worthless. And alone.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
Our energy levels and mood can be affected by many factors, but our body clocks, or circadian rhythms, play a critical role.
- Health & Wellness
A special kind of genetic test that helps determine the best antidepressant for patients with moderate-to-severe depression could generate substantive health system savings.
My struggle with depression and anxiety started when I was a teenager.
Mental health disorders affect more than 450 million people worldwide, yet treatment rates remain low.
Pictures of Patrick with the Prince and Princess adorned every glossy magazine, his charity was on every major news channel, and his phone was a non-stop buzz of congratulations.
Depression is a complex mental health condition that affects millions of people worldwide.
A study has found that use of applications for depression can have a significant effect on treating the symptoms of this prevalent mental illness, especially in hybrid treatments.
Researchers have identified a new neural circuit in the brain that produces a strong sense of discomfort when activated.
- Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy
A new form of therapy that combines yoga with cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) has shown promise in reducing anxiety and boosting self-compassion among older adults attending community centres.
Whether you opt for the first sip of a latte or a bite of a croissant, breakfast has always been touted as the most important meal of the day.
In a clinical trial of adults with moderate-to-severe depression, those who participated in heated yoga sessions experienced significant reductions in depressive symptoms.
People from all walks of life experience depression to some degree.
- Health & Wellness
ChatGPT may be better than a doctor at following recognised treatment standards for clinical depression, and without any gender or social-class biases.
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According to a recent study, mental illness is prevalent in the US, with almost 57.8 million people affected.