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8 Lesser-known Symptoms of Depression

Posted on March 20, 2019

  Depression affects about 16 million American adults every year and is the top cause of disability worldwide. Although people have become much more aware of depression and mental illness in general in recent years, many misconceptions remain. These misconceptions can cause people with depression to be reluctant to seek help or maybe not even… Read On »

Does Depression Make Your Brain Age Faster?

Posted on March 1, 2019

Depression affects about 16 million American adults every year. Depression, in itself, is bad enough. It’s symptoms include sadness, sleep disturbances, loss of interest in things you used to enjoy, weight changes, poor concentration, lack of motivation, physical aches, and thoughts of suicide and death. These symptoms reduce your quality of life, impair your productivity,… Read On »

How to Adopt the Diet that Fights Depression

Posted on February 25, 2019

More and more studies are finding that the “Mediterranean diet” significantly reduces the symptoms of depression. One recent meta-analysis of more than 40 studies of diet and depression found that people who followed the Mediterranean diet were 33 percent less likely to suffer from depression. On the other hand, people who ate a diet high… Read On »

Why Are Intelligent People More Prone to Mental Illness?

Posted on February 15, 2019

High Intelligence Disorders Anxiety, Depression, and Intelligence Higher intelligencehas many advantages. Higher IQ is associated with better grades, better jobs, higher pay, and even longer life. However, intelligence has drawbacks too. For example, studies have found that higher IQ is associated with more and earlier drug use. Studies have also found that higher IQ is… Read On »

How Depression and Social Anxiety Disorder Are Connected

Posted on February 12, 2019

There is a large overlap between people who suffer from major depression and people who suffer from social anxiety disorder. This makes a certain amount of sense to anyone who has struggled with either or both of these conditions. Depression causes you to be irritable and socially isolated. You don’t want to bring others down… Read On »

6 Ways to Stop Worrying

Posted on February 10, 2019

Worrying and rumination are common features of depression and anxiety disorders. When you worry, you react as though a problem were already happening and will keep happening indefinitely. However, the things we worry about often never happen. If you’re prone to worry, this makes no difference because you feel like you have to be ready.… Read On »

A Vitamin D Deficiency Can Increase Your Risk of Depression

Posted on February 4, 2019

  If you’ve ever suffered from seasonal affective disorder, or even sat indoors for a week, staring out at incessant rain, you probably have some intuition that your mood is connected to sunlight. Studies have, in fact, found a correlation between low vitamin D, which is produced in your skin when sunlight shines on it,… Read On »

How Do Anxiety and Depression Affect Your Health?

Posted on February 3, 2019

When we think of anxiety and depression, we typically think about the psychological symptoms. Symptoms most often associated with depression include sadness, loss of motivation, irritability, disturbed sleep, feelings of worthlessness or hopelessness, and persistent thoughts of suicide and death. Anxiety is characterized by worries about the future, worries about social situations, intrusive thoughts, rumination,… Read On »