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Diet and Depression

Diet and Depression

Substance use disorder (SUD) wreaks emotional and physical damage, and in treatment, you can learn to balance your diet and reverse the effects of continuous substance abuse. How Does Your Diet Affect Depression? Dr. Monique Tello writes in the Harvard

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Coping With Depression

Coping With Depression

Depression is often described as a persistent feeling of sadness or loss of interest in activities that used to bring joy. It is a very common mental health disorder, affecting over three million people in the United States, which can

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Depression and Addiction Recovery

When two disorders occur at the same time, it’s referred to as comorbidity, dual diagnosis, or co-occurring disorders. Each person’s experience with this is different and, because of this, it can be hard to tell which disorder actually came first.

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Massage Therapy and Depression

Previous research has shown that depression can have a significant effect on our mental, physical and spiritual standing. Many people diagnosed with depression also battle sleep issues like insomnia, appetite problems (such as over or under-eating), lack of energy, difficulties

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Signs of Depression

Here are a few common signs that it’s time to seek help for depression. We all feel depressed sometimes. In fact, it’s completely normal to feel downtrodden, sad, or just plain blue, at one point or another. Life has its

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