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‘Teen Mom’ star Amber Portwood on her battle with drugs and depression
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Reality TV star Amber Portwood, known for her role in hit TV series “16 and Pregnant” and “Teen Mom,” has had a long stint with substance abuse and legal battles, including a 17-month prison sentence. She was diagnosed with bipolar disorder a long time ago and later with borderline personality disorder in 2016. Talking about […]

Mental Health Awareness Month: Celebrities who won over mental illness-1: Chrissy Teigen
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It is common for women to feel sad, anxious or tired following their baby’s birth. However, some new mothers experience a much more serious mood disorder known as postpartum depression (PPD). As per the American Psychological Association (APA), up to 1 in 7 women suffers from PPD. Unlike baby blues, PPD does not go away […]

World Health Day: Women victims of domestic violence at greater risk of depression
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World Health Day (WHD) is observed every year on April 7, the day on which the World Health Organization (WHO) came into being in 1948. The day is celebrated to draw people’s attention toward the importance of good health across the world. An annual event, it provides an opportunity for every community in the world […]

How major depressive disorder affects pregnancy, infant’s life
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Depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide, and mood disorders including depression are the No. 3 reason for hospitalization in the United States. Depression affects over 15 million adults in the United States each year and this number is growing. Depression can have not only a negative effect on the mind but also on […]

Thermotherapy may be able to treat depression, scientists say
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A research team led by Charles Raison, M.D., a scientist affiliated with both the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and the University of Arizona, Tuscon, sought to determine whether or not applying heat to the human body could resolve symptoms associated with depression. Although the concept might sound like science fiction, the results of this study […]

Workaholics often deal with ADHD, depression and anxiety
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We’re a nation of hard workers. Really hard workers, too: According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ American Time Use Survey, Americans worked 8.57 hours on a given workday in 2014 – an increase from 8.46 hours in 2013. Also, 34.8 percent of American workers had to work weekends and/or holidays during 2014. But are we […]

New study suggests SSRIs are unsafe during pregnancy
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Fatigue, weight gain, nausea and swollen ankles are just a few normal symptoms of pregnancy. Pervasive sadness, anxiety and loss of interest in things are not part of a normal pregnancy. These symptoms may be signs of clinical depression. Depression during pregnancy is fairly common, as about 13 percent of women experience depression during pregnancy […]

6 depression triggers to recognize during the aging process

As we get older, we experience more milestones and triumphs. Unfortunately, we also experience new hurdles and stressors, many of which can trigger depression. Here are a few surprising depression triggers that occur during the aging process. 1.Stress Being an adult is stressful. Adults with children might need to dedicate hours upon hours each day […]

Depression that increases over time may indicate dementia risk in older adults
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Researchers at Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands, have conducted the first long-term study to investigate the link between dementia and the course of depression. Although other researchers have looked for links between dementia and depression, they only focused on single episodes of depression rather than the pattern of depressive symptoms over a person’s lifetime. […]

ECT may help patients with major depression, study finds
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Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) involves the delivery of an electric shock to the brain to trigger a brief seizure as an effective treatment option for patients with severe and treatment-resistant major depressive disorder (MDD). For nearly a century, ECT has been widely used for treating major depression; however, it remains a highly controversial and widely misunderstood […]

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