Questions and Answers About Winter Depression
If your mood worsens when winter approaches, you could have seasonal depression, also called seasonal affective disorder or SAD.
Depression in Special Situations
The nature of depression can vary from situation to situation. Signs, symptoms, even the way it's treated may depend on your sex, age, or other variables.
Are You at Risk for Depression?
Are you at risk for clinical depression? Read this list of risk factors.
The Link Between Depression and Pain
What's the connection between pain and depression? Research shows that the two share common chemical pathways. Learn more.
12 Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Depression
These questions cover issues you might want to discuss with your doctor if you've been diagnosed with depression.
Depression, the Thyroid, and Hormones
WebMD looks at the connection between depression, the thyroid gland, and other hormonal conditions. Find out what causes thyroid-related depression and how it’s treated.
Recognize the Warning Signs of Suicide
Learn the warning signs and risk factors for suicidal behavior in people with clinical depression. Knowing what to look for can help save a life.
Electroconvulsive Therapy and Other Depression Treatments
For serious depression that does not respond to traditional medications, there are other therapies that may help. WebMD explains electroconvulsive therapy, transcranial magnetic stimulation, vagus nerve stimulation, and alternative therapies for depression.
Psychodynamic Therapy for Depression
WebMD discusses the effectiveness of psychodynamic therapy for depression. Learn more about this type of talk therapy.
Psychotherapy to Treat Depression
Psychotherapy for depression treatment involves a variety of techniques but focuses on talking with a trained professional. Learn more about how this type of therapy works.