Mental Health

Depression and Anxiety

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.

Who could feel alone with social media, TV and worldwide mass communication? Maybe a lot of us.

Evidence-based strategies addressing personal and structural factors can save lives.

Antidepressants famously impact arousal, but discontinuation comes with its own problems.

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.

As we change the clocks, get ready for your sex life to take a hit from the winter blues.

Given the staggering statistics, more people with TRD are struggling with trust and intimacy.

If you prefer a nonpharmaceutical option, TMS should be high on your options list.

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.

Though anxiety is often overwhelming, experts say being present and mindful can help.

A common but often misunderstood phenomenon happens when SSRI/SNRI medication is discontinued.

No tears may seem like a stoic approach, but it's more likely a harmful response to trauma.