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Depression Is More Than ‘Just Being Sad’

http://thoughtcatalog.com/kirsten-corley/2017/01/what-depression-actually-is-because-its-more-than-just-being-sad/ Depression is becoming addicted to anything that gives you purpose. Whether it’s being a perfectionist in academics or becoming a workaholic. It’s becoming the most involved in a group or organization because you need something to look forward to. It’s excelling in sports because it really helps to have that

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Young adults using social media platforms more likely to suffer from depression

Young adults who use more social media platforms are three times more likely to suffer from depression + anxiety: https://t.co/7HTU1UM6Vj pic.twitter.com/6mjtfdkSrk — PsychCentral Pro (@PsychCentralPro) January 21, 2017 Young adults who use seven to 11 social media platforms are three times more likely to suffer from depression and anxiety than those who

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Ketamine as a treatment for depression

http://www.nbc-2.com/story/34148271/therapy-center-using-ketamine-to-treat-depression-ptsd "Ketamine is a drug that's been around for 50 or so years. We've been using it in the operating rooms, in the emergency rooms as a general anesthetic," said Dr. Steven Reichbach, an anesthesiologist. Now, it's being used to combat depression, chronic pain, many mood and anxiety disorders -- most

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Therapy Shows No Edge Over Psychiatry

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/in-practice/201612/depressed-teens-therapy-shows-no-edge-over-routine-care What treatments are helpful for depressed adolescents? A study released today gives a surprising answer: not psychotherapy, or at least not the best-defined forms, cognitive-behavioral therapy and brief psychoanalytic therapy. In a trial funded by the British National Institute for Health Research and conducted by researchers from Cambridge and other

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Depression self-help tip 4: Eat a healthy, mood-boosting diet

http://www.helpguide.org/articles/depression/dealing-with-depression.htm What you eat has a direct impact on the way you feel. Reduce your intake of foods that can adversely affect your brain and mood, such as caffeine, alcohol, trans fats, and foods with high levels of chemical preservatives or hormones (such as certain meats). Don’t skip meals. Going too long

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