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Coping depression during pregnancy
12-15-16 Category: Depression, Mental Health

Depression is a common experience during pregnancy, affecting between 14 and 23 percent of pregnant women, according to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Although there has been a growing awareness regarding women’s vulnerability to postpartum depression in the weeks following delivery, it is often surprising for new mothers or pregnant women to hear […]

debunk myths about depression
12-12-16 Category: Depression, Mental Health, Mental Illness

  While the holiday season is known for bringing joy and good tidings, it can also serve as a tidal wave of triggers for those coping with mental illness. At any moment in the United States, approximately 6.7 percent of adults struggle with severe depression, according to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). Despite […]

Multiple sclerosis and the potential

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune inflammatory disease that is characterized by physical and sensory impairments due to the destruction of white-matter neurons in the brain. This disease is characterized by lesions in time and space meaning that clinical symptoms may occur months or years apart, and different areas (space) in the brain are affected […]

Omega-3-and-mood-disorders
04-21-16 Category: Depression, Mental Health, Treatment

Omega-3 fatty acids are a group of polyunsaturated fatty acids that are typically found in plants (e.g., leafy vegetables, flaxseed, walnuts and other nuts), oils (e.g., vegetable oil and fish oil) and marine life (e.g., herring, salmon, halibut, sardines and mackerel). Taking fish oil supplements, which are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, has become an […]

High-fat diet may lead to anxiety, depression
03-07-16 Category: Anxiety, Depression, Recovery

Anxiety and depression can lead to obesity, diabetes and other metabolic disorders, which can worsen mental health symptoms. Many commonly prescribed psychiatric medications used to treat anxiety and depression cause weight gain, making matters worse. A new study A recent French study explored the relationship between metabolism and emotionality in mice. A group of mice […]

valentine’s day depression
02-18-16 Category: Depression

“Holiday blues.” Ask people what season they associate with that phrase and they’d probably answer the season from November to January. Shopping pressures, the stress of family get-togethers – or the depression of being away from them – and cold, grey weather make the period from Thanksgiving to New Year’s an obvious choice. Obvious yes, […]

increasing use of antidepressants
02-08-16 Category: Depression

According to a 2011 report released by the National Center for Health Statistics, antidepressant use among Americans aged 12 and older increased by almost 400 percent between 2005 and 2008. This increasing trend is also being significantly depicted among pregnant women. What’s more concerning is that, based on 2006 data from Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance […]

debunk myths about depression
11-23-15 Category: Depression, Mental Health, Mental Illness

  While the holiday season is known for bringing joy and good tidings, it can also serve as a tidal wave of triggers for those coping with mental illness. At any moment in the United States, approximately 6.7 percent of adults struggle with severe depression, according to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). Despite […]

aerophobia-anxiety-flight

Many people dislike flying on planes. Getting to the airport hours early, going through security and waiting to board just to be stuck in the middle seat on a four-hour flight is not many people’s idea of a good time. However, the annoyance many feel does not compare to the severe anxiety expressed by others […]

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The Robin Hood ethos is rationalization at its finest, more mild forms of which are extremely prevalent in society today. Rationalization is characterized by finding justifications for immoral behavior to ease feelings of guilt, shame or anxiety. In the case of Robin Hood, it was considered acceptable that he stole because he was taking from […]

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