Antidepressants and other depression-fighting meds are thought to help restore the balance of chemicals called neurotransmitters in the brain. Understanding your options and figuring out which drugs work best for you can be a game-changer for easing depression.
All of the things therapists wish you knew about their work, their lives, and those precious 45 minutes a week behind the scenes in their session room.
We hear the term “psychotic” a lot. But what, exactly, is psychosis? Julie A. Fast highlights the symptoms and signs.
But I lived to tell about it. Here’s what it was like—and what you should know before you try tapering your anxiety or depression meds, too.
Is ECT barbaric or life-saving? One woman explains how electroconvulsive therapy saved her life but left her with substantial memory loss.
What is required to support students in college with regard to mental health needs? A college mental health advocate starts with three places to start.
Learning you have secondary progressive multiple sclerosis can take a serious emotional toll. We asked a psychologist to share his best advice for how to get through.
Looking for something good in a bad situation can actually be effective in reducing anxiety. And the less money you make, the more effective this tactic could be.
From getting the right support to changing your sleep habits, schizophrenia alters your life. Here are just a few ways.
It can be difficult to diagnose schizophrenia. Eileen Bailey discusses the different steps involved in the diagnostic process to ensure an accurate diagnosis.