Anxiety and depression aren’t a natural part of agin. Experts say mental health issues are often tied to having other medical problems and getting help is the first step toward feeling better.
When you’re not feeling festive, it can seem like you’re the only one who missed out on an extra-large dose of holiday cheer. These nine tips can help you get through the season of forced merriment.
If your sister and aunt both have a mental illness, will you have one, too? While having a family member with a mental health disorder puts you at higher risk for one, it doesn’t guarantee you (or your child) will develop one or have something as severe. Read on to get the facts.
Menopause can make you moody and irritable. It can also cause anxiety and depression. Here’s some advice on how to handle it.
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Do the short, gray days of winter leave you not feeling like your perky old self? A mental health expert shares three ways to avoid seasonal depression this winter.
Angry and agitated? You’re not alone. Our expert offers tips for managing your anger.
Afraid to try therapy? Our expert explains why you shouldn’t be and how it can improve your life.
Are your thoughts about other people, situations, and even yourself usually on the harsh side? If so, you’re doing yourself a disservice. Discover why so many of us struggle with negative thinking, and how a positive outlook can make a huge impact on your life.
Depression can contribute to cognitive problems and treating it may improve your thinking skills. Our experts explain.
Playing on the soccer team has obvious physical benefits for your kid. But, a recent study shows that engaging in team sports may also help kids who are exposed to adverse experiences during childhood fend off depression.