WebMD's Symptom Finder: Physical Symptoms of Depression - Stomach
Digestive problems, stomach pain, and appetite changes are common and can be caused by a number of things, including ulcers, reflux disease, stress, and even depression. WebMD explains how depression may affect your stomach.
Clinical depression can complicate serious health conditions such as heart disease or cancer and lead to problems with pain, sexual desire and performance, and sleep. Learn more from WebMD about the relationship between illness and depression.
Frequently Asked Questions About Bipolar Disorder
The experts at WebMD answer frequently asked questions about bipolar disorder - its types, who develops it, and treatment options.
WebMD's Symptom Finder: Physical Symptoms of Depression - Back
When back aches and spasms are vague -- and not related to any injury -- they may be symptoms of depression. Learn more from WebMD about how depression can affect your back.
EMDR: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing
WebMD explains the use of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) to treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Psychotherapy for Depression
Psychotherapy is an effective treatment for clinical depression. Learn more from WebMD about how various forms of therapy work to help you gain new coping skills.
Helping a Depressed Loved One
Helping a loved one cope with depression can be key to his or her recovery. WebMD offers tips for caregivers.
Glossary of Depression Terms
WebMD provides definitions of terms related to depression.
Even if your depression does not seem to be responding to drug treatment, there are many other options to reduce or eliminate symptoms. Learn more from WebMD about various therapies available for treatment-resistant depression.
How Different Antidepressants Work
If you have treatment-resistant depression, you might have already picked up some of the antidepressant drug lingo -- you know your SSRIs, your SNRIs and your MAOIs. But do you really know how these drugs help? Here's a general guide to antidepressants from the experts at WebMD.