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7 Anxiety Facts & Statistics to Make You Think

How common is anxiety? These anxiety facts and statistics will make you think. In a recent survey conducted by the American Psychological Association, an estimated 57% of Americans said the current political climate was a significant cause of stress. Negative behaviors such as drinking, smoking, unhealthy eating habits or arguing with loved ones, coincide with stress or […]

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Teen Mental Health

Teen mental health issues are often brushed aside with claims that teens are “just moody” or that it’s a normal part of growing up. While it’s true that raging hormones and the stresses and strains of approaching adulthood do cause mood swings in many teens, there is a big difference between these normal parts of […]

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Depression and Anxiety: Frequently Asked Questions

Everyone feels anxious or unhappy from time to time. But there is a significant difference between garden variety anxiety and depression and mental health conditions that carry these labels. Anxiety disorders and major depression are serious medical conditions that can leave victims unable to cope or function on a daily basis. Unless you’ve experienced them […]

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How Borderline Personality Disorder and Somatoform Disorders Differ: Signs & Symptoms

Borderline Personality Disorder Borderline personality disorder (BPD) belongs to a larger group of mental health conditions called Cluster B personality disorders. All Cluster B conditions are distinguished by varying degrees of erratic behavior, difficulty maintaining emotional control and an inability to control impulsive or reckless behaviors. BPD is largely characterized by a poor ability to […]

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Grandiose Delusions vs. Hypomania: Assessing the Difference

Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition characterized by extreme moods swings from highs (mania or hypomania) to lows (depression). Symptoms of a depressive episode include lethargy, feelings of worthlessness and poor motivation. Symptoms of a hypomanic episode, on the other hand, might make one feel extremely energized (often to the point of not needing […]

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Types of Bipolar Disorder

Types of Bipolar Disorder There are two principal types of bipolar disorder. Individuals with bipolar disorder have had at least one fully manic episode with episodes of major depression. (At one time, bipolar disorder was called manic depression). Individuals with bipolar disorder II rarely suffer full-fledged mania. Instead they suffer periods of hypomania (increased levels […]

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Treatment for Depression

Major depressive disorder (major depression) is the most common type of depression, impacting more than 16.1 million U.S. adults. To be clinically diagnosed, symptoms must persist for a minimum of six months. Persistent depressive disorder (PDD), formerly called dysthymia, is a form of depression that typically continues for a minimum of two years. It affects […]

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