Postpartum Depression - Home Treatment
Postpartum depression is a medical condition, not a sign of weakness. Be honest with yourself and those who care about you. Tell them about your struggle. You, your health professional, and your friends and family can team up to treat your symptoms.
Sexual Problems and Depression
Depression and sexual dysfunction often go hand in hand -- and antidepressants may worsen the dysfunction. WebMD tells you more.
Depression: Am I At Risk for Developing Depression?
Take this quiz from WebMD to see if you may be suffering from clinical, or major, depression.
Types of Depression
Want to learn more about the different types of depression? Discover more about major (clinical) depression, chronic depression, atypical depression, bipolar depression, seasonal depression, and more.
Depression: Finding a Doctor or Therapist
To get better, you need expert help. Here are some ways to prepare for your first visit to a doctor or therapist.
Depression Treatment Tips
To get better from depression, you need to take an active role in your treatment, and you and your doctor have to work as a team.
Depression: Spot the Emotional Symptoms
Depression is a serious illness. It can skew your view of the world, making everything seem hopeless. Learn more about the emotional symptoms of depression here.
Getting the right depression support can be as vital to your healing as medication and therapy.
Depression in Men
Though men are taught to deny depression, it is more common than you think. Here’s how men can recognize the signs of depression and deal with it.
Alcohol and Depression
WebMD investigates whether there is a link between alcohol and depression, and explains how you can avoid worsening either depression or a drinking problem.