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Social Media and Anxiety

In as early as the late 1990s, social media, as we understand and define it now, came into existence. From the humble beginning of uploading your profile picture and connecting with friends online, social media has now become a massive multi-billion-dollar industry that has disrupted several businesses and social practices. Social media and anxiety have …

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Can You Go to Rehab for Depression?

The leading cause of disability, major depressive disorder impacts about 16.1 million adults and 25 million people of all ages in the U.S., and more than 300 million people worldwide. Depression is a serious but treatable mental health disorder characterized by intense feelings of sadness, emptiness, hopelessness, anger, or apathy. Although many people respond to …

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Social Media and Depression

These days, a lot of people can’t last a day without their phones or avoid spending time on various social media platforms. But do you know that social media and depression are closely linked? Data shows that social media affects one’s personality. Your use of social media does not only affect your behaviors and social relationships, …

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Is Alcohol a Depressant?

Many people drink alcohol to boost their mood. But sometimes, they feel moody after a drink instead. Because of this, you might wonder, “Is alcohol a depressant?” Understanding how alcohol affects your brain can help you benefit from alcohol addiction treatment.  Is Alcohol a Depressant? Alcohol is a recreational drug people usually consume for several …

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Teen Depression Rates Among Children of Divorce

Divorce is a common occurrence in our culture and with it comes a great deal of upheaval for families. Children are the most vulnerable, and as they grow, their chances of becoming depressed increase. In fact, studies show that teen depression rates among children of divorce have a sharp increase, as compared to teens whose …

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Tips for Being Quarantined with an Alcoholic Spouse

According to data available from the National Center for Health Statistics, approximately 79 million people across the country have exposure to alcohol addiction, which includes a married partner. Not only is alcoholism a health problem, but it is considered a social one as well. That means it is critical to learn tips for being quarantined …

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Tips for Coping with Loneliness During Quarantine

Do you have concerns about coping with loneliness during quarantine? Your area might be part of a lockdown, or you might be self-isolating to prevent the spread. Either way, it is not uncommon for loneliness to creep into lives. You might have to stay at home because you are in the high-risk category. No matter …

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Tips for Coping with Isolation During Coronavirus

It is not uncommon for fear to be challenging to manage emotionally, physically, and psychologically when hearing news about this crisis. Everyone across the globe has taken quick action regarding adapting mindsets, daily routines, work, and school. Not only is this pandemic a global health crisis, but it is also wreaking havoc on the economy. …

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Treatment for Depression

For many people, admitting that they have depression can be difficult. Some regard it as a sign of weakness, while others think they should be able to simply “pull themselves up by the bootstraps”. Acknowledging this treatable psychiatric disorder is the first step towards getting better. The second step is getting treatment. Traditionally, there are …

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