Tag Archives for depression
Hire a Manager for your Depression!
Is your holiday season this year going to be merry? According to an article published by The Wall Street Journal the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that, “close to 8% of people 50 and older are report current…
Tags: depression, doctors, Families, health care, Medicare, seniors
Unemployed and Down in the Dumps
The current recession is taking a toll on the mental health of the ranks of unemployed and underemployed. The risk of severe depression is four times greater for those without a job than those who are working – according to…
Tags: depression, Depression Is Real Coalition, economic crisis, Mental Health America, Mental Illness, Mental Illness Awareness Week, National Alliance on Mental Illness, recession, Unemployment
Some Natural Ways to Fight Depression
Aside from therapy and medication – crucial elements in one’s battle against serious doldrums, there are some natural lifestyle changes that can be quite effective. “Having a routine gives you a sense of control over the day,” says Ian A….
Tags: depression, Depression Research Program, eating, exercise, Ian A. Cook, medication, routine, Sleep, support network, therapy, UCLA
Your Friends Really Do Mean Everything to You!
It was a night out of some horror movie. A dear, beloved aunt had died very suddenly from a stroke and family and friends had just been through a grueling funeral. It was 8pm, getting dark, and the torrential rains…
Tags: colds, depression, Friendship, illness, Karen A. Roberto, long life, obesity, quality of life, sickness
Coffee – Good for the Brain
by Adele Weber You knew it, and were just waiting for science to catch up. Coffee is good for you. For your brain. For your health. Overall, it’s the elixir of good health. Scandinavian researchers followed the health of coffee…
Tags: Alzheimers/Dementia, benefits, coffee, dementia, depression, diabetes, health care, lower risk
Mind and Heart
There’s a link between the mind and the body. If you think you’re ill, you can make yourself ill, and if you think you’re well, it can help you recover. All of this is part of the well-documented though poorly…
Tags: blood vessels, cardiovascular health, depression, diabetes, exercise, hormones, hypertension, relaxation, stress