Is It Bipolar, or Borderline Personality Disorder?
Posted on 19 March, 2015  in Depression

It can be difficult, even for clinicians, to tell the difference between bipolar disorder and borderline personality disorder (BPD). This may be because both disorders have some similar symptoms, and in anywhere from eight to 18 percent of cases, patients with one of these disorders are found to also suffer from the other one. Both

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Can Chronic Sleep Deprivation Cause Depression?
Posted on 16 March, 2015  in Depression

You probably already knew that depression can cause sleep disorders. Many people who suffer with depression sleep too much, while others have problems sleeping at all. But did you know that sleep deprivation may cause depression symptoms? Often, sleep deprivation and depression occur together and offering treatment for one helps bring about an improvement in

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How Women Can Help Their Partners with ED

Erectile dysfunction is usually considered a men’s health issue, but it can affect both partners in a relationship equally. Without an identifiable cause for the problem, women may blame themselves, suffer from low self-esteem, or question their partner’s commitment to the relationship. It doesn’t help matters that many men deny the possibility of a problem,

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Don’t Be So Quick to Blame Social Media for Your Stress
Posted on 3 March, 2015  in Depression

We’ve all seen the headlines about how social media is bad for your health. It seems like every week there’s yet another study showing that social media is responsible for any number of ailments, from being overweight to dealing with anxiety, depression, and inadequacy. Researchers claim that seeing others’ supposedly “perfect” lives online makes one

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Breathing: You’re Doing it Wrong
Posted on 2 March, 2015  in Depression

How often do you think about how you are breathing? If you are like most people, unless you are having trouble taking in air, you don’t give it a whole lot of thought. It’s literally automatic — and you might think that by doing something around 20,000 times a day, you would have it down

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