When suffering from depression, many people look for treatments that may help curb the effects of the illness. About a third of people struggling with depression do not respond well
Why Socialization Matters and How It Helps Prevent Depression
Integrative approaches to mental health often involve medications coupled with various lifestyle “prescriptions,” such as diet, exercise, goal-setting, and perhaps most importantly, socialization. Social interaction is an unequivocally crucial component
How Has COVID-19 Affected You and Your Mental Health?
The COVID-19 pandemic has likely brought many changes to how you live your life, along with uncertainty, altered daily routines, and social isolation. You may be more worried about a
How to Treat Anhedonia with TMS
Anhedonia is the inability to experience pleasure during usually enjoyable activities. It is a core symptom of Major Depression. Finding treatment for this condition can be difficult. Researchers have found
Why Is Depression More Common In Women Than In Men?
There are many theories that seek to understand what makes depression twice as more common in women than men. Some experts believe that women are more likely to be diagnosed,
Does Frequency of TMS Sessions Matter?
“Does frequency of TMS sessions matter?” According to researchers, nonadherence to the standard five-sessions-per-week schedule has no meaningful impact on patients’ final depression outcomes. In this article, we’ll look closely
Cognitive Symptoms of Depression and Their Implications for Clinical Practice
Research suggests depression affects much more than our mood—it affects our cognitive abilities. What does this mean, and what are these cognitive symptoms of depression? This post will define and
Understanding the Economic Burden of Depression for Adults in the United States
Depression, otherwise known as major depressive disorder (MDD), is a burdensome affliction that negatively affects functioning and is also associated with high societal costs, including substantial economic burden. What Do
Vascular Depression Treatment with TMS
Depression, like many other medical illnesses, can look different depending on who is affected and how. The term Vascular depression has been used to describe late-life depressive episodes in patients
The Effect of Anti-inflammatory Medications on Depression
People who suffer with depression may be looking into unconventional treatment options to ease the severity of the symptoms associated with this disorder. Compelling evidence suggests an association between depression