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.
Depression can contribute to cognitive problems and treating it may improve your thinking skills. Our experts explain.
You may have heard that sleep, a healthy diet and managing stress help you minimize chronic pain. But three other factors that help your control pain are often overlooked. A pain management expert explains.
Adolescence is an emotional time of ups and downs. But marked changes in typical behavior can be a red flag that the problem is more serious. Your teen may be showing early signs of depression. Adolescents show many of the same common signs of depression in adults. They may experience persistent feelings of sadness or crying spells for seemingly no … Read More
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If you’re “dashing through the snow” this holiday season, chances are you’re experiencing stress — especially if you’re a woman. Women are vulnerable to stress due to: Socialization. Women are taught to nurture others and spend less time caring for themselves. They often feel guilty saying “no.” Too many hats. About 70 percent of married women … Read More