Depression

Depression is an emotionally and physically painful condition that can stem from a variety of causes. Learn about the symptoms of depression as well as effective treatments and therapies available.

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If you suffer from clinical depression, it probably feels as though it will never go away. But for some people, this debilitating psychological illness does have a cure. Just don't expect a miracle drug.

By Jessika Toothman

Learn what to do if your depression symptoms get worse in this article. Learn more information about depression, treatment options, and prevention.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

Learn more about depression treatment in this article. Learn more information about depression, treatment options, and prevention.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

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Maintaining an active lifestyle with exercise is a great way to improve your depression. Learn more information about depression, treatment options, and prevention.

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Learn more about psychotherapy in this article. Learn more information about depression, treatment options, and prevention.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

Learn more about depression treatment in this article. Learn more information about depression, treatment options, and prevention.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

If you are experiencing common symptoms of depression, antidepressants can help improve your health. Learn more information about depression, treatment options, and prevention.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

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Learn more about depression medications in this article. Learn more information about depression, treatment options, and prevention.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

Learn more about depression treatment in this article. Learn more information about depression, treatment options, and prevention.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

Learn more about psychotherapy in this article. Learn more information about depression, treatment options, and prevention.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

Learn more about depression treatment in this article. Learn more information about depression, treatment options, and prevention.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

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Learn more about antidepressants in this article. Learn more information about depression, treatment options, and prevention.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

Learn more about depression treatment in this article. Learn more information about depression, treatment options, and prevention.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

Learn about depression symptoms in this article. Learn more information about depression, treatment options, and prevention.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

Learn more about bipolar disorder in this article. Learn more information about depression, treatment options, and prevention.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

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Learn more about the chemical connection to depression in this article. Learn more information about depression, treatment options, and prevention.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

If you're exhausted from your depression, seeing your doctor can help you get treatment and begin recovery. Learn more information about depression, treatment options, and prevention.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

Learn more facts about depression in this article. Learn more information about depression, treatment options, and prevention.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

Heredity, thinking patterns, medications, and lack of sunlight are common connections to depression. Learn more information about depression, treatment options, and prevention.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

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If you're suffering from depression, you might benefit from using monoamine oxidase inhibitors. Learn more information about monoamine oxidase inhibitors, depression, treatment options, and prevention.

Learn more about depression in this article. Learn more information about depression, treatment options, and prevention.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

Learn more about light therapy in this article. Learn more information about depression, treatment options, and prevention.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

What's even more depressing than depression itself? The fact that depression could lead to heart attacks. It's more reason you should seek help and start exercising when you get the blues.

By Charles W. Bryant

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It's normal to feel sad sometimes, but what if that feeling becomes debilitating? Major depression can interfere with daily life and cause secondary health problems.

By Maria Trimarchi

When the days get short, dark, dreary and cold, it can definitely affect our mood. Learn how to beat the blues during the winter.

By Dr. Robi Ludwig