Mental illness and substance abuse can overwhelm those affected and their loved ones. Dealing with both problems poses even bigger challenges.
If you experience seasonal depression, this fall and winter might be a little more challenging because of the pandemic. Learn how to manage with a few helpful tips from a psychologist.
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.
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.
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People who are troubled often have no idea that mental illness has anything to do with their difficulties. A psychiatrist explains how to talk to a teen, older adult or friend who has you concerned.
About 4 million Americans struggle with this serious mental illness, typically in their teens or 20s. Learn about one type of treatment that’s quite effective.
When you hear about bipolar disorder, do you picture someone’s moods swinging wildly from euphoria to depression? A psychiatrist debunks this and other common myths about the brain illness.