Learn about ways that major depressive disorder may affect you, including changes in energy level and appetite.
There are a number of things you can do on a daily basis to lift your mood.
Find out how eating well, exercise, and other lifestyle strategies can help boost your mood.
Along with medicine and therapy, it’s important to monitor your sleep, diet, and exercise, says psychiatrist Gonzalo Laje.
You and your counselor will tailor a personalized treatment plan. And if talk therapy isn’t enough, they may recommend seeing a doctor for medication.
Treatment for depression isn't just about all the old antidepressants you've already heard of. The new generation of drugs may work faster, and nondrug treatments also are effective.
Find out how cognitive remediation can help people with major depression get things done in their daily lives.
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When you live with depression, talking about what you’re going through can be a critical part of both your clinical treatment and your self-care.
When you have depression, social activity can be great medicine. But it’s easier said than done. Get some tips to get you back out there.
Find out how major depressive disorder can affect your sleep and how sleep problems could affect major depressive disorder.
Learn about the pros and cons of using apps and online therapy to manage depression.