signs of depression

Gender Differences in Depression

Am I depressed? That question is posed somewhere in the world countless times each day. Even though depression is widespread and considered a serious condition, it can manifest very differently in men and women. While most statistics indicate that depression occurs twice as frequently in women as men, some experts … Read More

Diabetes and Depression Linked, Study Finds

Diabetes and depression can affect anyone’s quality of life, in a number of ways, and both conditions appear to be linked. While there are no studies that determine the causes of that relationship, there are ways to understand why the two could go hand in hand: Daily management of diabetes … Read More

Zoloft and Other Antidepressants: Can They Lift the Cloud of Depression?

Millions of American adults suffer from major depressive disorder (MDD), a condition that often interferes with a person’s ability to work, carry on successful interpersonal relationships, and engage in daily activities of living. However, many people get relief from their depression by taking antidepressant medications. Popular classes of antidepressants include … Read More

What Is Psychotic Depression?

From time to time, we hear stories in the news of formerly good mothers "snapping" and injuring or even killing their children. These are extreme examples of people suffering from psychotic depression experiences. Obviously, this is a severe condition that requires prompt medical intervention. The first step, as always, is … Read More

How to Help Someone with Depression

Your intentions are good: You want to reach out to a friend or family member who’s showing serious signs of depression. But there isn't always an easy answer for what to say, which actions to take, and, generally, on how to help someone with depression. Your friend may not realize … Read More

Early Signs of Dementia

It is well documented in scientific literature that aging is associated with certain cognitive changes. As we get older, we experience some gradual decline in conceptual reasoning, memory, and processing speed, but these changes don’t keep us from going about our normal activities. Dementia, on the other hand, can significantly … Read More

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