If you’ve been taking medication to manage your depression, there may come a time when you want to stop using it. But it’s vital that you do so carefully, with the help of a doctor. A psychiatrist shares considerations for going off your meds.
Whether you’re new to therapy or you’ve been through it before, here are some expert tips for finding a new therapist.
Discover why stress increases your risk of depression and how exercise can be a good antidote.
When we say we’re going to the mall for a little retail therapy, most of us are being humorous. But does shopping really help us to feel better? In many cases yes, but know the signs of compulsion and addiction.
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Healthy eating and exercise can help control the bloating, depression and irritability of PMS. Avoid salt, fast food and processed food, and chow down on fruits, vegetables, whole grains and low-fat dairy.
The pandemic is sending many of us on emotional ups and downs. Here’s how to stay centered and ride it out.
From a global pandemic to other life stressors – situational depression is a state of sadness that is triggered by a traumatic event or change. A behavioral health therapist walks us through why it happens and how to treat it.
Looking to ease stress and stay connected to those you love during the pandemic? Learn how creating art at home can help with both from an art therapy program manager.
Here’s why you might try using white-light therapy to improve mood and sleep quality over the dark winter months.
Some kids struggle with school refusal. Here we outline guidance on what to do if your child has school-related anxiety and how to help them.