Mon. Jan 30th, 2023

Category: Depression

Vagus Nerve Simulator

A friend of mine called me last week. She had just caught the tail end of a report on the local ABC 7 report on another way to fight depression.…

A Polypharmacy Approach

You underwent a major depression and the doctor treated you with antidepressants. You waited the six weeks, and you still were ill. Perhaps not as depressed as you were originally,…

Antidepressants – Not a Science

For 20 years, antidepressants have given some if not entire relief to countless individuals. The word “some” or partial is used here since about 70 percent of people are improved.…

Treatment Resistant Depression

Beth is depressed. Clinically depressed and depressed about being depressed. She’s one of millions of people who have not responded to the magic of antidepressants. She’s been there and back…

One Step at a Time

Recently, I was reading Nickelodeon Magazine with my second-grade son and cringed when one of the articles mentioned “going to the loony bin.” When he asked me what this meant,…

Why Do Women Get Depressed?

As noted in an earlier article, women have a far greater chance of becoming depressed than men. Why? That’s the $2 million question. If that were answered, a lot more…

Depression in Children

You believe that your daughter is suffering from depression. Her erratic behavior is more than the normal ups and downs of a teenager. What can you do? First and foremost,…