Feeling persistently down or like you’ve got ‘the blues’ is pretty common in today’s ever-changing society. Affecting roughly 3-4% of the world, it is easy to tout Depression as the “common cold” of mental disorders. Roughly 78% of individuals will be affected by depression in their lives whether directly or indirectly, through a friend, family member or loved one. The disorder is so p... Read More >>
While college is a time of great excitement for many students, for others it can mean sadness and depression. Depression in college can be caused by several underlying factors primarily beginning with homesickness.
For many students, their college period is the first time they live away from home. If they aren’t prepared for this sudden change in life, it becomes extremely easy for them to fa... Read More >>
Depression affects millions of men and women in the United States. Unfortunately, many people suffering from depression suppress their symptoms, perceiving themselves as weak or not in control if they seek professional help. However, depression is not a weakness, but a serious medical condition. As such, it should not be left untreated. Among the dangers and risk factors associated with untreated ... Read More >>