Although depression is a mental health condition, how it affects your body proves the link between a mind-body connection. Learn more about these physical effects and how to work with your primary care or pain specialist to seek treatments that can improve
You may find life difficult sometimes if you feel anxious in social situations. Learn some strategies to manage social anxiety.
Transcranial magnetic stimulation, or TMS, is a therapy that may help with your depression. Learn more about it.
Depression is more than just a catch-all sort of term. Instead, it may apply to one of several types of depression, explained here.
If you’re having trouble falling asleep, you could have insomnia. Learn more about beneficial ways to manage your insomnia.
Many people seek mental health care from their primary care provider. Learn more about how to make this experience work out to your advantage and what questions to ask yourself.
Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is a life-altering condition, but it doesn’t mean you have to suffer. Learn the good reasons why you can feel encouraged.
The link between the quality of your sleep and nutrition and anxiety is clear. Learn more about what it means for your mental health.
It’s supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year. But if you’re feeling blue, you’re normal – and here are some ways to manage your depression.
If you suffer from anxiety disorder, you know how miserable it makes you feel. So do about 40% of American women who have anxiety at some point in their lives and more than 1 in 4 men. Less known is the negative toll anxiety also takes on physical health.
If you’ve tried several antidepressants and haven’t gotten relief, you may feel like it’s hopeless. But this condition is called treatment-resistant depression, and there’s hope for you.
Despite a national mental health provider shortage, there are many ways to access care. The key is to know how and where to look for the type of care you need. In this blog, we explore a few options for taking care of your mental health needs.