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  1. Depression Explained By Rapheal Adewale
    Depression is a mental state marked by melancholy, pessimism or dejection. Depression can also be defined as a psychotic condition characterized by stuporous withdrawal from reality and intense guilt feelings.Depression is characterized by the following:Loss of confidence in oneselfUndue pessimismA feeling of constant helplessnessUncalled for or unexplainable mood changes-i.e an abrupt switch from happiness when nothing has happened to warrant it.Rudeness or aggression that is without apparent…


  2. When Your Fears and Depression Have the Best of You By Stan Popovich
    What do you do when your fears and depression are stronger than what you can handle? There are times that no matter what you do, your fears have the best of you. Here is a list of techniques and suggestions on what to do when this happens.The first step is to learn to take it one day at a time. Instead of worrying about how you will get through the rest of the week, try to focus on today. Each day can provide us with different opportunities to learn new things and that includes learnin…


  3. Major Depression and Manic Depression — Any Difference? By Michael Rayel
    Countless number of patients and their family members have asked me about manic–depression and major depression. “Is there any difference?” “Are they one and the same?” “Is the treatment the same?” And so on. Each time I encounter a chorus of questions like these, I am enthused to provide answers.You know why? Because the difference between these two disorders is enormous. The difference does not lie on clinical presentation alone. The treatment of these two disorders is significantly distinct…


  4. Quick Steps To Reduce Your Worries By Ed Smith
    Looking for a way to reduce the amount of worrying you do?Edward W. Smith, motivational speaker, author and TV show host, who specializes in quick tips on how to move your life ahead even faster, offers the following advice.First most worries don't stand up to close scrutiny, so write down clearly, each of the things you are worried about. Your first reaction will probably be one of amusement at yourself, as some of the things that haunted you prior to writing them down, look silly when writt…


  5. Mood Disorders And Depression By Jeannie Crabtree
    We all suffer with bad moods from time to time. But if you are someone who is in a bad mood or depressed much of the time, take heart. There are natural remedies to help with balancing your mood disorders.If you have a problem with bad moods, you may be low on specific neurotransmitters such as serotonin. Read on to learn more about your brain chemistry.Varying degrees of chemical imbalance in the brain are more common than you think. Only when these imbalances manifest enough blatant symptom…


  6. FDA Approves Vagus Nerve Stimulation as a Treatment for Depression By Charles Donovan
    On July 15th, 2005, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration(FDA) approved vagus nerve stimulation "for the adjunctive long-term treatment of chronic or recurrent depression for patients 18 years of age or older..". This approval concludes the formal seven year study of vagus nerve stimulation and depression.It is impossible to express the magnitude and importance of this decision that is so important to millions of patients and their loved ones. Vagus nerve stimulation has been FDA approved for…


  7. Anticipatory Grief and Holidays: 12 Survival Tips By Harriet Hodgson
    Anticipatory grief - a feeling of loss before a death or dreaded event occurs - is a hard journey. Holidays make it even harder. At a time when you're supposed to feel happy and joyful, you feel sad and anxious. You're on pins and needles and wonder what will happen next.Remember, your grief stems from love, and you may find comfort in that. Holidays don't erase your reasons for feeling sad and lonely, according to the National Mental Health Association, and "there is room for these feelin…


  8. In the Dark By Kenneth Hoffman
    Lorrie flipped the pages of the magazine Lisa gave her. The pictures of the Caribbean started her thinking of her coming summer vacation. Today is the first day of Spring, she thought happily, and Summer will be here before she knew it. Suddenly a weird feeling swept over her body, grabbing all her muscles at once, arching her back violently. Her stiffened neck muscles slammed her head into the wooden headboard. Like a huge fist, her body strained with a vibrating tension, her heart p…


  9. New Treatment for Depression to be Presented at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting By Charles Donovan
    Within the next few weeks, the FDA is expected to issue its final approval of a medical breakthrough treatment for chronic or treatment-resistant depression. This new therapy will be presented at the American Psychiatric Association's Annual Meeting in Atlanta from May 21st-May 25th. The Annual Meeting is the largest gathering of psychiatrists in the world. Over 25,000 psychiatrists are expected to attend this important medical meeting.After an eight-year investigation of vagus nerve stimulat…


  10. Can Insomnia Lead To Depression? By Christopher Ruane
    Insomnia is a sleep disorder which can be subdivided into three areas. It is characterized by any of the following:a) light, interrupted sleep that one is still tired upon waking upb) not being able to sleep, even if fatigued,c) lack of sleeping hours.Insomnia can be classified into three types based on the length of time it affects an individual.Transient insomnia lasts less than a week. It is due to changes in living or working conditions. Then there is Short-term insomnia, or acute transi…


  11. What’s The Latest on Suicide Risk and Antidepressants For Children? By Debra Gorin
    FDA confirms some antidepressants increase suicide risk in some children. In February of 2004, two advisory committees of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recommended that the FDA warn practitioners about the possible risk of suicide potential associated with antidepressant treatment in children. The information was obtained from clinical trials of medications with children, expert witnesses on suicide research, testimony from families of suicide victims, as well as from those whose child…


  12. How To Get Better Sleep By Terry Weber
    HOW TO GET BETTER SLEEP FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE You can get better sleep for the rest of your life when you realize that adequate sleep is one of life's essentials. Most active people require approximately eight hours of sleep out of every twenty four hours. Of course, this varies with individuals but as a general guide to having a good, healthy life you should make it a point to be aware of your basic need to get enough sleep every day. If you find yourself working long hours each w…


  13. The Different Depression Medications Available Today By Dakota Caudilla
    Depression and mental illnesses are extremely common in the world that we live in today. In every 5 American adults, at least 1 of them is suffering from either depression or mild mental illness in any given 6 months’ period. However, a point to note…the National Institute of Mental Health reveals that although there are a lot of people who are suffering from depression and mental illness today, 90% of these cases can get treatment and their condition is often reversible. With proper medicatio…


  14. OCD Victim Why We Do What We Do By Kathleen Carr
    Where does an OCD sufferer begin to start? to explain what compels them to do the things that are slowly destroying them inside or the people around them. Catch 22 Do you suffer in silence to please your loved ones or show them the door?Being an OCD sufferer for as long as I can remember has left me a dedicated addict to Temazepam. The tablets will help was the doctors very words. I also recall him saying, how I would kill myself if I carried on doing what I was doing.Those life threatening r…






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