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.
Are you so keyed up that life’s irritations frequently push you over the edge? Stress is unavoidable, but these coping skills can help you keep your cool.
A psychologist shares insight about a mental health phenomenon known as “empathy fatigue.”
Understanding where PTSD symptoms come from is the first important step toward healing.
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As the country reopens, how can you deal with new-found trust issues? A Cleveland Clinic expert weighs in.
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It’s bedtime, and not a creature is stirring… except for your racing mind, that is. Why is it that even after a relatively anxiety-free day, our minds sometimes go into overdrive when our heads hit the pillow?
Mental illness and substance abuse can overwhelm those affected and their loved ones. Dealing with both problems poses even bigger challenges.
Feeling stressed, ladies? You’re not alone. Women are more likely than men to report increased stress levels — and to feel the physical and emotional symptoms of stress.
Discover the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our “Short Answer” series. Clinical psychologist Scott Bea, PsyD, answers this one.