depression

Are you living with depression?

Are you living with depression?

Living with depression is a common, but serious mood disorder. According to the World Health Organization, 350 million people worldwide live with depression. That’s equivalent to 5% of the world’s population. It affects every person differently, and for that reason, it is a difficult mental illness to treat. Depression has many clinical forms including persistent Are you living with depression?

Does Depression Actually Hurt?

Does Depression Actually Hurt

Depression can be described through a lot of physical illustrations. Feelings of being weighed down, broken hearted, being punched all over, and more are ways people paint the portrait of depression. Are these manifestations or drama? The painful sensations experienced by people suffering from depression are not fictitious. Depression causes physical pain. Mental illnesses tend to Does Depression Actually Hurt?

Take Care of Your Mental Health and Avoid Seasonal Affective Disorder

Take Care of Your Mental Health and Avoid Seasonal Affective Disorder

As the weather cools down and the seasons change, Seasonal Affective Disorder is one topic that needs to be discussed among the general population. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is more than a feeling of being down in the dumps.   What is Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)? The cold, winter weather and shorter days limit the Take Care of Your Mental Health and Avoid Seasonal Affective Disorder

Can Cannabis Really Help Anxiety?

Can Cannabis Really Help Anxiety?

Anxiety can be a debilitating condition that interrupts a person’s daily responsibilities. In some cases, the anxiety can reach the point where it conflicts with a person’s relationships, work duties, school assignments, and more. So, it is easy to understand why a person suffering from anxiety would turn to any solution to relieve the discomfort Can Cannabis Really Help Anxiety?

Mental Health Disorders

mental health disorders

Anxiety Anxiety affects us all at different points in our lives. Typically, we feel anxious when we are faced with something stressful or frightening like a first date or a public speech. These feelings are normal. Anxiety commonly manifests itself in physical symptoms such as chest pain, headaches, and involuntary trembling. However, anxiety should not Mental Health Disorders