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Treating Depression Without Chemicals - Fibromyalgia News Today



Fibromyalgia News Today
 
Treating Depression Without Chemicals 
Fibromyalgia News Today
I've been mentally preparing for next week's appointment with my psychiatrist. Although I see another mental health professional for cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), my psychiatrist (a medical doctor) prescribes and monitors any mood-altering ...

 


Treatment-resistant depression doubles patient healthcare costs - ModernHealthcare.com



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Treatment-resistant depression doubles patient healthcare costs 
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Patients with major depression that is difficult to treat with traditional antidepressants have higher average costs for mental healthcare and non-mental healthcare compared to those that do respond to medication, and researchers say more should be ...

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Depression linked to reduced arginine levels - EurekAlert (press release)



Depression linked to reduced arginine levels 
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People suffering from major depressive disorder, MDD, have reduced arginine levels, a new study from the University of Eastern Finland shows. Arginine is an amino acid which the body uses to produce, e.g., nitric oxide. Nitric oxide, in turn, is a ...

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Not just the blues: 5 things to know about geriatric depression - Daily Herald



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Not just the blues: 5 things to know about geriatric depression 
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Heath and WellnessDepression can affect anybody, at any time in their life. Senior citizens who have not dealt with depression in their life are still at risk of developing depression, especially with the onset of serious medical concerns. Although ...

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Nearly One in 12 US Adults Reports Having Depression - AAFP News



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Nearly One in 12 US Adults Reports Having Depression 
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From 2007-08 to 2015-16, the percentage of American adults with depression did not change significantly. Among men, the prevalence was 5.7 percent in 2007-08 and 5.4 percent in 2015-16. Among women, the prevalence was 10.4 percent in 2007-08 and 9.3 ...

 


Committee OKs measure recognizing postpartum depression as 'public health issue' - Deseret News



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Committee OKs measure recognizing postpartum depression as 'public health issue' 
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A legislative measure recognizing postpartum depression and anxiety as "a serious statewide public health issue" passed the Senate Health and Human Services Committee on Tuesday after hearing Oliver's impassioned testimony and the support of several ...

 


People With Depression Use These Words More Often - Simplemost



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People With Depression Use These Words More Often 
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For one thing, the researchers found that depressed people are more likely to use the words ?I,? ?me? and ?myself? more often, when compared to people who are not suffering from depression. According to researcher Mohammed Al-Mosaiwi, Ph.D., depressed ...

 


My friend's story: Depression and guns don't mix - DesMoinesRegister.com



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My friend's story: Depression and guns don't mix 
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I have a friend that I have known for several years. He's generally a well-meaning person. This man has a history of suicidal tendencies and self-harm. He has been in trouble with the police before for hard drug use and publicly making death threats to ...

 


Depressed? Anxious? Blame Neoliberalism. - In These Times



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Depressed? Anxious? Blame Neoliberalism. 
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I was in the middle of researching my new book, Lost Connections: Uncovering the Real Causes of Depression?and the Unexpected Solutions. Everything I had learned suggested to me that the very idea that an app could solve these problems was a symptom ...

 


Perfectionists Are More Likely To Be Depressed?But One Thing Might Help Them - Newsweek



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Perfectionists Are More Likely To Be Depressed?But One Thing Might Help Them 
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Perfectionists may be more susceptible to depression?unless they can learn to be kind to themselves, according to research published Wednesday in PLoS One. The paper, based on surveys given to more than 1,000 Australian teenagers and adults, found ...
The Pain of Being a Perfectionist No Longer Has to Last Forever Inverse
Self-compassion may protect people from the harmful effects of perfectionism EurekAlert (press release)

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