Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a subtype of major depressive disorder and most people with this disorder notice symptoms starting in fall and continuing into winter. These symptoms will start and stop around the same time each year.
Anxiety is your body’s natural reaction to stressful and uncertain situations, it is your body telling you to stay alert and protect yourself. Everybody experiences some form of everyday anxiety but when it gets out-of-hand you could be suffering from anxiety disorder.
Seeking out help for mental health may not always seem easy depending on your condition and surroundings. To help ease your mind, here are 8 myths debunked about seeking help for mental health therapy.
Did you know that stress sets off a chain reaction where your body releases adrenaline, a hormone that increases your respirations and heart rate? Here are some tips for coping with stress that will reduce the amount of negative behaviors that adversely affect your cardiovascular system.
Being diagnosed with, treated for and then surviving cancer can be a challenging experience, both physically and emotionally. Dr. Stacey Feuer shares insights and ways survivors can mentally thrive in survivorship.