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How to Recognize and Help Someone with Hidden Depression

Depression isn’t always obvious. In fact, some people go to great lengths to hide the symptoms of depression from the people around them — concealing the problem so well that they themselves may scarcely recognize it.

Can Anxiety Cause Slurred Speech?

According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), anxiety disorders affect roughly 19 percent of people in the United States. Anxiety disorders often cause a wide variety of chronic symptoms, such as fatigue, headaches, gastrointestinal issues, and more. For some people, anxiety can even affect the way they speak, leading to speech that is faster, slower, or possibly even slurred.

Trapped by your own thoughts? Here are 5 ways to free yourself

You stare at your bedroom ceiling, willing yourself to go to sleep. Thoughts race through your head, holding your mind hostage. Or you ruminate on the awkward conversation you had with your boss on the way home from work.

Overthinking can happen at any time of day or night and can leave people frozen in indecision.

Why Am I Feeling Depressed? – Common Reasons and Paths to Recovery

Feeling low? Wondering if you have depression? And if so, what you can do about it?

According to the CDC, 1 out of every 6 adults will experience depression during their lifetime. In the US, it will affect around 16 million Americans yearly.

8 Tips for Living With Depression

Everything feels more challenging when you're dealing with depression. Going to work, socializing with friends, or even just getting out of bed can feel like a struggle.

But there are some things you can do to cope with your symptoms and improve your quality of life. Here are eight tips for living with depression.

What’s an Existential Crisis and How Can I Overcome It?

The meaning of life is one of the world’s greatest mysteries and also a unique and intimate experience for each of us

It’s natural to question it and to want to dig deeper.

The Deeper Meaning of Trust

What emotional safety looks like in a healthy relationship

Someone once told me that you could not have a relationship without trust, and they were absolutely right. At least not a healthy one, because trust is embedded in every fiber of a relationship.

Defining and Diagnosing Depression: Clinical and Patient-Oriented Perspectives

“I think the DSM gives you one sense of depression,” Sidney Zisook, MD, told attendees of the 2021 Annual Psychiatric TimesTM World CME Conference. “But I think it's very, very one dimensional. A better way of really understanding what it is to be depressed and the diagnosis is getting firsthand accounts from those who have dealt with depression.”.

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