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    Medical Reference Related to Depression

    1. 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.

    2. Sleep and Depression

      Sleep problems are common with depression. Find out what can be done to end your sleep disorders and get your rest -- and mood -- back on track.

    3. Sleep and Depression

      Learn how depression can affect your sleep and vice versa.

    4. Psychotic Depression

      Psychotic depression is a very serious mood disorder that requires hospitalization. Learn more about the symptoms and treatment of psychotic depression.

    5. Psychodynamic Therapy for Depression

      WebMD discusses the effectiveness of psychodynamic therapy for depression. Learn more about this type of talk therapy.

    6. Depression and Your First Therapy Session

      If you have depression, your first therapy session can make you nervous. This information can help you prepare for your appointment.

    7. Meditation - Topic Overview

      Meditation is the practice of focusing your attention to help you feel calm and give you a clear awareness about your life.

    8. Childhood Depression

      Childhood depression is different from the normal "blues" and everyday emotions that occur as a child develops. Learn the signs of childhood depression and how it's treated.

    9. 10 Questions to Ask Doctor About Depression

      Ten important questions to ask your doctor about depression.

    10. Dysthymia (Mild, Chronic Depression)

      Need to learn more about chronic depression or dysthymia? Find out about dysthymia’s symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments such as antidepressants and psychotherapy.

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