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What to Do If You’re Depressed [A Complete List]

Depression is a very common mental health disease affecting over 17 million American adults in any given year – that’s about 7.1% of the US population aged 18 and older. Coping with depression can drain your energy, often leaving you tired. When you’re feeling...

What Is a Bipolar Episode & How To Predict Them

Bipolar disorder is a mental illness estimated to affect 4.4% of Americans. Unfortunately, this serious mental illness is one shrouded with misconceptions that have resulted in harmful stigmas that have been difficult to shake. One of the best ways to reduce the...

Medication-Induced Sexual Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common medical problem. It’s estimated to affect 52% of men to some degree--a number that increases significantly with age (a study found that 40% of 40-year-old men experienced erectile dysfunction and 70% of 70-year-old men. Though age...

Weight Gain Related to Psychiatric Treatments

Mental illness can have a number of unintended consequences ranging from a person’s wallet to their romantic relationship. However, the procedures and medications used to treat mental illness can in themselves carry unexpected--and unwelcome-- side effects. One common...

Why is it Called Borderline Personality Disorder?

Borderline personality disorder, also referred to as BPD for short, is one of the most severe types of mental illnesses. The disorder can manifest in many ways and vary in intensity but is characterized by unstable and intense mood swings along with impulsivity, fear...

5 Benefits of Staying Off Social Media for Your Mental Health

The digital age makes it easier than ever to stay connected and keep in touch with one another--but that’s not always a good thing. Even before the pandemic turned the world upside down, America has been in what health professionals have deemed a mental health crisis....

How to Help Someone with Drug Addiction & Depression

Supporting a loved one dealing with addiction can be challenging, even if you’ve gone through it yourself. Depending on the stage of recovery that they’re in, a person undergoing treatment may be in a volatile emotional state. Those difficulties will be increased...

How Does Alcohol Make Depression Worse?

Movies, television shows, and pop culture as a whole have perpetuated--even glamorized--the idea of drinking as a coping mechanism for negative emotions like stress, grief, anger, or sadness. Not only is this a very unhealthy way to deal with these feelings, but...

Are Schizophernia Symptoms Different in Females?

The way schizophrenia presents itself can vary--sometimes drastically--depending on whether the affected individual is a man or a woman. As such, schizophrenia symptoms in females tend to be different from those of their male counterparts. This in turn means there are...

How Common is Borderline Personality Disorder?

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a condition where individuals have difficulty regulating their emotions which can lead to drastic mood swings and extreme emotional responses. To an individual with BPD, emotions are felt intensely and persist for extended...