Long, hot baths could be a way to reset out-of-sync body rhythms which are thought to be a factor in depression.
Low levels of the amino acid metabolite acetyl-L-carnitine in blood might be a marker for depression, according to new research. Learn more…
Video gaming can take over your life as powerfully as gambling or substance abuse. Here are the warning signs.
When you wake up on the wrong side of the bed, it literally changes the way your brain processes information and leads to mistakes. How to avoid the trap.
Too stressed to take time out to give yourself a treat? Why doing what you think is “bad” can actually be good for you and help you get more done.
The golden-yellow spice prized in culinary circles is as effective against depression as prescription drugs. Here’s how to use it.
Virtual reality works better than exposure therapy for fear of heights. It also works for PTSD, anxiety disorders and more.
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Americans living at higher altitudes are at higher risk for depression and suicide.
Work stress could be as dangerous for your health as smoking cigarettes. Why men are at the highest risk and how to escape the danger zone.
Standard treatment for hard-to-control depression and anxiety may work only in right-handed people…and could worsen the conditions in the left-handed.
You know that stress can make a health condition worse, but there’s growing evidence that stress can be the trigger that causes certain diseases.
It’s a self-defeating trend—being competitive about meditation. Here are nine stress-free ways to destress.
To effectively treat borderline personality disorder, it’s crucial to identify and treat other mental health problems, too. What you need to know…
If you’re considering psychotherapy, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) is a novel approach that gets results quickly. What you need to know…
It’s a heart-breaking fact. Most people who survive a suicide attempt will try again. Here’s what you should—and shouldn’t do—to prevent that.
September through December is a time of high stress. Sarah Hiner, CEO of Bottom Line Inc, shares her unique de-stressers.
Looking for a drug-free answer to conquer depression? A daily walk can help as much as medication.
The latest information on how to use light, exercise and other tools to treat seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
Borderline personality disorder (BPD) can be hard to diagnose and hard to treat. Learn what’s new…