Mind-Body Wellness - Topic Overview
Mental health problems are similar to other health problems: some can be prevented; others will go away on their own with home treatment; and some need professional attention. ...
Interactive Tool: Are You Depressed? - What's next?
If your symptoms include thoughts or plans involving harming yourself or another person, detachment from reality (psychosis), or excessive use of alcohol or drugs, contact your health professional for help right away. Many people with depression delay seeking medical advice and treatment because they believe depression is not serious or they think they can get through it, or even beat it, on ...
Interactive Tool: Are You Depressed? - What does your score mean?
The more symptoms of depression you have, the higher your score will be. Your score will appear as one of the following ranges: You are unlikely to be clinically depressed.You may be suffering from mild to moderate depression. You may be suffering from major depression. As with all screening tools, a higher score does not necessarily mean that you are depressed, and a lower score does not ...
Interactive Tool: Are You Depressed? - Health Tools
Health tools help you make wise health decisions or take action to improve your health.Interactive tools are designed to help people determine health risks, ideal weight, target heart rate, and more. Risk of depression ...
Interactive Tool: Are You Depressed? - What does this tool measure?
WebMD's depression tool can help assess whether you have signs and symptoms of depression. This tool may help you find out whether you should see a doctor.
Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder - Other Treatment
Other treatments for panic disorder include cognitive-behavioral therapy and exposure therapy.
Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder - Exams and Tests
Panic disorder usually is diagnosed through a medical history and a physical exam. The health professional will ask you questions about your symptoms and will listen to your heart, check your blood pressure, and may order blood tests. The health professio
Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder - Topic Overview
Information on panic attacks and panic disorder.
Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder - What Increases Your Risk
The risk of having panic attacks and developing panic disorder may be increased if you: Have a family history of panic disorder. You are 8 times more likely to develop panic disorder if a family member has been diagnosed with it.
Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder - Prevention
While panic disorder cannot be prevented, you may be able to prevent or reduce the number of additional panic attacks with proper treatment.