5 Major Myths About Depression

Depression may be the defining disorder of our time. This year 13 to 14 million Americans will be diagnosed with a “major depression,” a month or many months-long bout of hopelessness, fatigue, sleep disturbance and physical symptoms, including overeating or weight loss. Another three million will receive the diagnosis of “dysthymic disorder,” a more chronic, low-grade […]

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16 Signs You Actually Have What’s Known As ‘Anxious Depression’

There are three subtypes of depression: agitated, sluggish and anxious. When we learn about depression as a whole, we’re usually taught to look out for signs of the sluggish subtype: sleepiness, lack of motivation, disengagement, and so on. However, the most common type of depression is actually anxious depression. The symptoms of anxiety and depression […]

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