Anxiety & Depression
Dealing With Depression as a Spouse of a Cancer Patient
Spouses are often the primary caregivers for cancer patients. The caregiving role means that they prioritize the health of their sick partner. At the same time, they may be dealing with illnesses like hypertension, or diabetes. This makes them prone to mental health problems, especially depression
Risk Factors for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Some people who experience extreme trauma develop PTSD symptoms, including flashbacks and disturbing dreams. Although it is not possible to predict who will develop PTSD, there are some risk factors.
4 Reasons You Should Take Responsibility for Your Panic Disorder Behavior
Are you really addressing your panic disorder? Long-standing panic disorder can create a multitude of bad habits. Taking responsibility for your panic or fear problem is a big step towards your recovery.
Depersonalization and Derealization: Symptoms of Severe Anxiety
A severe anxiety problem or bout of depression can produce many odd symptoms. Depersonalization and derealization are two of the worst symptoms a sufferer may encounter.
Depression and Anxiety: Comorbidities in Mental Health
Depression and anxiety commonly exist together. Can one of these make a primary mental illness diagnosis worse? Here's what you need to know about comorbidities in mental health.