Friday, 18 May 2018
Category: Depression
Postnatal depression

Postnatal depression

Postnatal depression -a condition that occurs more often in women after the birth of a child. This type of depression has a direct connection with social, chemical, and also psychological changes in a woman’s life. This type of depression is

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What to do if your teen is showing signs of depression

If you have a teenager who may be depressed, first understand that sometimes teens get down when it’s not depression – it’s just hormones. But, if they really have depression, which means they symptoms are persistent, then you need to

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How to help a child who’s dealing with depression

Dealing with depression for an adult is hard enough, but for a child, it can be very hard because it’s hard to diagnose a child. It’s normal for children to experience ups and downs, but if they’re experiencing more downs

Depression

How to recognize depression in others

Many people with depression try to hide it. They often don’t even know what is wrong with themselves, so it’s not on purpose. But there are some signs you can look for if you are worried that someone you know

Depression

Illnesses that can lead to depression

There are many illnesses that can lead to depression. It doesn’t always happen, but it’s good to be aware of what is happening to you or your loved ones. Heart Attack – Many people who have heart disease end up

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Medication that can lead to depression

There are many medications that may lead to depression. It’s important before you take them to talk to your doctor about your past regarding depression, and to pay attention to your side effects while you’re taking the meds so that

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How to overcome postnatal depression

Postnatal depression is not as rare as some people might think. Approximately 20 percent of mothers experience some form of it. It happens due to the fast hormonal changes and lifestyle changes that occur after the birth of a baby.