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Depression and Anxiety


Much more than just 'having a bad day,' these conditions are serious and worth knowing about.

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The Basics
Symptoms and Diagnosis
Living with Depression and Anxiety

The Basics

The Facts About Depression and Anxiety

Millions of Americans are impacted by depression and anxiety every year.

Are you just a homebody or is it becoming a full-blown phobia?

Here are steps to take, and not take, if a partner tells you they're battling depression.

If you have a loved one with GAD, offering relief can improve life for both of you.

Symptoms and Diagnosis

Symptoms and Diagnosis of Depression and Anxiety

Depression and anxiety can affect every aspect of your life. Getting treatment can help.

If you have an anxiety disorder, experts say you're at greater risk of developing OCD.

Here are ways to recognize and treat depression—in yourself or someone you know.

Depression can affect your body as much as your brain, so treat all aspects of the disorder.


Treatment of Depression and Anxiety

Millions of people struggle with depression and anxiety. Both disorders, luckily, are treatable.

Experts say we might be staying on these medications for years longer than we should.

Antidepressants can affect sexual function, but giving up your medicine is not the answer.

Choose from countless forms of exercise and meditation for a regular anti-anxiety boost.

Living with Depression and Anxiety

Living with Depression and Anxiety

Chronic depression and anxiety can be a struggle to live with, but there are ways to cope.

Anxiety is more than a mental illness—it can easily become a third wheel.

After pandemic life and escalations in racial violence, coping becomes a survival strategy.

Depression can leave you feeling unmotivated and sluggish—even in the bedroom.