Maintaining Your Emotional Health
Depression is a chronic disease that requires appropriate treatment. It emphasizes importance of finding the correct treatment, medication, psychotherapy, or a combination of both. Patients share their own experiences throughout the program and highlight positive lifestyle changes to help relieve depression and the importance of getting support from friends and family.
This segment continues to stress positive lifestyle changes to help relieve depression and the importance of friend and family support.
This is a name we give to disorders of the mind. Depression, anorexia, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia are examples of some well-known mental illnesses, but there are a wide range of others. These disorders can affect your mood, and the way you think and act. Some are very disruptive and hard to treat. But most can be managed with proper care.
There are many forms of mental illness. They affect all types of people and all ages. We don't fully understand what causes them. But we have learned to recognize them, even in the early stages. That's because mental illness often triggers dramatic changes. Here are the signs that help is needed.
Anger can make it hard to deal with conflicts in your life. Small arguments spin out of control. You may break things or threaten others. If this sounds like you, anger management can help. It teaches you healthy ways to deal with anger. Here are some anger management tips that can make a big difference.
A traumatic experience can have a lasting impact on you. An accident, a violent crime or a natural disaster can hurt you mentally in ways that aren't obvious to others. This is especially true for people who struggle with things like stress or depression. It's important to recognize when you need help.