Depression Resources & Information
Millions of Americans suffer from depression. The Centers for Disease Control report 1 in 10 adults, 18 and over, are depressed at any given time. In addition, people age 45-64, women, minorities, those unemployed, and people who were previously married are most likely to meet the criteria of major depression. Keep in mind, depression symptoms can be experienced at any stage of life, and by anyone.
Depression is very serious and if left untreated can lead to deteriorating health and even suicide. There is hope, however. Depression is treatable.
At HealthyPlace, we want to help you learn as much as you can about depression and to offer you online depression support in your recovery. We have trusted, in-depth information on the different types of depression, depression warning signs and the different kinds of depression treatments. And, if you or a loved one need it, we have suicide hotline numbers and comprehensive suicide information.
If you are living with depression, please, read our online depression resources and information and go visit your doctor.
Popular Depression Articles
Major depressive disorder (MDD) is a common, treatable mental illness. Major depression, sometimes referred to as clinical depression, is part of a category known as "mood disorders."…
There is a long list of antidepressants from which your doctor will choose the right one for you. This antidepressant medications list covers the different types of antidepressant medications for…
Step-by-step guidelines for overcoming depression and finding happiness. Why people become depressed and ways to overcome depression. Great article!
Remember sadness is always temporary. This, too,…
More From Coping with Depression Blog
- Can neurofeedback training increase self-esteem in depression?
- Depression: Brief change in diet may relieve symptoms
- Deep brain stimulation can be effective for severe depression
- Brain scans could help predict whether antidepressants will work
- Everything you need to know about chemical imbalances in the brain