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Medications Are Not the Only Way to Treat Depression

Medications Are Not the Only Way to Treat Depression

Medications help millions of people to treat depression and they work great for some, but they aren’t the only way to treat depression. Sometimes medication isn’t enough. There is a great article from NAMI, (National Alliance on Mental Illness) that tells...
Small Study Relieves Depression in 90% of Patients

Small Study Relieves Depression in 90% of Patients

There is a small but promising study out of Standard Medical Center that has shown a depression remission rate of 90% in a recent study.  This was accomplished by delivering a high dose of magnetic stimulation to patients suffering from severe depression, over an...
Has covid affected the rate of suicide?

Has covid affected the rate of suicide?

There are so many factors that can affect your mental health; Job, family stress, relationships, economy, peer pressure are just a few. When you factor in a health emergency like a pandemic, you would figure that the incidents of suicide or suicide ideation would...
Jenny Lawson, The Bloggess, was willing to try anything!

Jenny Lawson, The Bloggess, was willing to try anything!

I find it really interesting on how people treat their depression. What has worked, their experience and the story about their journey with treating depression and any comorbidities that may accompany depression like anxiety. Jenny Lawson, aka The Bloggess, and #1 New...
A Better Way to Zap Our Brains

A Better Way to Zap Our Brains

The brain is an amazing electrical organ. Recent studies have shown that electrical stimulation can address OCD urges and symptoms of depression speed and accuracy. Check out this article from The New York Times Magazine....