Men struggling with depression have access to treatment options that can help them.

Frequently Asked Questions: Depression and Men

Men’s Health Month is celebrated each June, and it’s a great time of year to spread awareness and information about the many health problems that can affect men, young and old. Men often face enormous amounts of pressure to appear strong and unshakable, even to the point of suppressing their own emotions or ignoring symptoms…

Anxiety can make your life miserable, leaving you struggling to find the cause of your feelings.

How Can I Find the Cause of My Anxiety?

More people today are reporting that they experience severe anxiety than ever before. While everyone on earth deals with nervousness and fear from time to time, the amount of people dealing with anxiety that’s so constantly present and intense it’s overwhelming has steadily increased. If you’re one of those people, you know exactly how terrible…

Panic attacks can be easier to manage with the right techniques

5 Steps to Take During a Panic Attack

Anxiety and panic attacks are incredibly unpleasant things to experience, and dealing with them on a regular basis can make you feel scared, stressed, and alone. However, they’re also incredibly common! Most people will experience a panic attack at least once in their life, and there are many ways of dealing with them that can…

Setting goals when you're depressed is about taking little steps to a big finish!

Tips for Setting Goals When Managing Depression

The main difference between depression and garden-variety sadness is that depression makes it difficult for people to function at their usual level. It’s a major diagnostic indicator for mental health professionals– if something is negatively affecting a person’s daily life, it’s crossing over the line into being a disorder. For this reason, depression can make…

PTSD triggers can disrupt your life, but it is possible to manage them.

How Do I Manage Triggers With PTSD?

Triggers are a major part of life when you’re living with post traumatic stress disorder. Triggers can be just about anything– people, places, things, smells, sounds, words, and more– that remind you of a traumatic instance or instances that left you with PTSD. Sometimes triggers may not even seem to make sense, but they can…

Young woman struggling with seasonal depression in summer

5 Causes for Summer Depression and Tips to Fight It

Seasonal affective disorder, also known as seasonal depression or SAD, is a fairly common mental health problem where people experience low moods, sadness, and other depressive symptoms in association with a particular season and time of year. Mostly, you’ll hear this disorder discussed in the winter, since it’s very common during the colder months when…