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There are many kinds of depression. Melancholic depression is a type of clinical depression wherein one is unable to feel pleasure. On top of this, one also suffers from decreased appetite, insomnia, and physical agitation. Another type of depression, which is cyclical in nature, is atypical depression. When one has atypical depression, one is able to sleep, eat, and feel pleasure like regular people do. However, these activities are always coupled with a feeling of lethargy. Meanwhile, psychotic depression refers to a type of clinical depression that manifests itself through delusional or even psychotic perceptions. Experts believe depression is largely affected by estrogen production or the lack thereof. This section contains articles that are all about depression.
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Dementia Signage, Helpful Advice For People Who Care For People Living With Dementia.Posted by paulgetextra. Published on May 20, 2010 Visual Communication Aids (VCA) is a UK company that provides a range of tools to help improve the quality of life for people living with the devastating effects of dementia. This dementia article is designed to highlight some small changes that can provide a massive improvement to the quality of life around an environment where people with dementia live.Although many of the items mentioned within the article are available to buy from the Visual Communication Aids website, the purpose of this dementia article is to educate carers of simple changes that make a huge difference. For more information about equipment, books and signage that can assist carers and people who suffer from dementia please visit www.visualcommunicationaid.com or email [email protected] Emotional Disorders And Internet Addiction TreatmentPosted by Keith Valone. Published on May 18, 2010 Exposing people to their emotional experiences helps them to accept and regulate their emotions by attending to how they process experiences. Posttraumatic Stress Differences In Men And WomenPosted by Keith Valone. Published on May 07, 2010 Posttraumatic Stress Disorder is a condition that can grow after one experience’s, witnesses, or feels threatened by some kind of traumatic event. Some time Posttraumatic stress is different in Men and Women. Here you can get helpful information about posttraumatic stress. Getting Help From Depression MedicationPosted by Andy Fox. Published on Jan 05, 2010 Anybody who things he or she is sick from chronic depression must go for a check-up and recommended depression medication from a physician. Those who’ve suffered the indications of depression for more than a month will have to visit a doctor as soon as possible. Delaying a checkup will make matters worse. Fight Mental Depression, Live LongPosted by Addie Glibson. Published on Dec 04, 2009 There are quite a few different reasons for depression, like malnutrition, seasonal affective disorder, sad events and illness. There are different kinds of depression, and to fight them there are different procedures. Cognitive Therapy For DepressionPosted by Mary Dubitzky. Published on Sep 30, 2009 Based on the premise that depression is experienced due to negative information being processed by the brain, and harboring dysfunctional beliefs, cognitive therapy is an active, structured and problem focused approach to treatment. It is designed to assist patients to learn to think more positively and to allow them to experience vast improvements in their motivation and behavior. Back Pain – Causes, Types & ExercisesPosted by Sumit Rawat 8471. Published on Sep 23, 2009 Introduction to Low Back Pain Low back pain is very common among adults and is often caused by overuse and muscle strain or injury. Treatment can help you stay as active as possible, and it will help you understand that some continued or repeated back pain is not surprising or dangerous. Seasonal Affective Disorder – SadPosted by Richard Johnstonn. Published on Sep 23, 2009 Climate changes seem to affect many people and they just can't understand why they tend to feel gloomy and miserable. This mood disorder is called winter depression, or Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) which occurs during the months of November to February. Eradicating Depression Through Schema-focused TherapyPosted by James Krehbiel. Published on Sep 14, 2009 Samantha moved to a large sprawling city to join her boyfriend. They carried on a long-distance relationship prior to her decision to move in with him. Unfortunately, the relationship did not last long, and she felt stuck in a city without a plan to move forward in a positive direction – she sank into a deep depression. Homosexual Feelings In Men – The Cure For HomosexualityPosted by Christina Sponias. Published on Sep 13, 2009 He starts having homosexual feelings because he is too disgusted with the feminine cruelty. At the same time however, he knows that these feelings are absurd, and this is why an internal fight begins in his psyche. Homosexuality is basically the result of the masculine revenge against the futility, cruelty and immorality of many women. It can be provoked by feminine monstrosity even when a man is only a child. In this case, his mother's attitude or the attitudes of other women that influence his life are responsible for the abnormal homosexual feelings that start dominating him. Go to page:
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