Depression and anxiety comorbidity sounds like an intimidating term, but it is simply a word used to describe a situation where a person is living with two different medical or psychological conditions. Depression and anxiety frequently go hand-in-hand, and often people discuss experiencing both conditions at one time or another.
Living with depression or depressive disorders can be life debilitating. Low motivation, low self-worth, hopelessness or just some of the commonly known effects of depression preventing many people from living their life in a functioning way. Depressive disorders are experienced in a unique way for everyone but it’s important to capture
‘Depression’ is a term used to describe a number of neuropsychological conditions that manifest in similar ways. While most of us know what it is to feel depressed, not many are aware of how it develops over time or how it can be treated. Depression is diagnosed as a period
Depression is one of the most common psychological problems throughout the world. It not only affects the physical health of the individual but it also has a negative impact on a person’s psychological health and well-being. It has devastating effects on a person’s daily life functioning. Early diagnosis and treatment
Suicidal thinking can be very overwhelming for the one who suffers it. However, there are a number of myths regarding suicide and self-harm. These myths permeate our understanding, and sometimes have a negative impact on our attempts to help someone who is struggling with self-harm and suicidal thoughts. Myths about