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Psychologists can help overcome depression

03-31 | DTC Team

Psychologists can help overcome depression

There is much more to depression than mere the feeling of sadness. In fact, it is a mental health condition wherein an individual feels gloomy and despondent, which can persist for a long period of time. By interfering with one’s day-to-day activities, the physical and psychological symptoms of depression drain away energy from life. Depression, […]

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Depressed people using social media for help, finds study

03-28 | DTC Team

Depressed people using social media for help, finds study

It is an accepted fact that mental health conditions are plagued by stigma and discrimination. People suffering from mental illness refrain from talking about their conditions because when they do, it mostly draws negative responses. Such individuals may turn to social media to find support which otherwise may not be available in real life. Researchers […]

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Children with depression show numb response to rewards, says study

03-24 | DTC Team

Children with depression show numb response to rewards, says study

Children love to receive gifts from their family members and loved ones. The feelings of ecstasy coupled with enthusiasm that they exhibit on receiving their gifts is a delight to look at. Elation and euphoria are common among children when rewarded with gifts. However, some of them may not manifest the same level of happiness […]

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Fathers’ mental state impacts psychological development in children

03-22 | DTC Team

Fathers’ mental state impacts psychological development in children

Fatherhood comes with a lot of expectations and responsibilities. It takes a whole new level of maturity and understanding to father a child not just as a parent but as a friend and a confidante. While stress is predominantly given on the role and importance of a mother, the moment a child is able to […]

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Coping with depression- Part 4: Blood pressure medications can up depression risk

03-20 | DTC Team

Coping with depression- Part 4: Blood pressure medications can up depression risk

Medications for asthma, acne, some specific contraceptives,including corticosteroids used to treat inflammation,cause side effects like depression or other mood disorders. Individuals with chronic medical health conditions often take medications for depression and othersymptoms of mental disorders because of the diagnosis and limitations brought on by the disease. According to a 2016 study,blood pressure medication can […]

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