Mental Health Videos
Dr. Phil Discusses the Power of Positive Thinking
- OTC Supplements That May Help With Mental Health
Can supplements like St. John’s wort and vitamin D ease symptoms of depression?
- Breaking the Stigma of Antidepressants
There’s no shame in taking medication to feel better, and it’s important to tackle the misconceptions around treatment for depression.
- Foods to Boost Mental Wellness
Which foods can raise your spirits, ease depression, and keep you energized?
- Anxiety vs. Depression
It’s not uncommon to have both anxiety and depression, and their treatments are similar, but what does each mood disorder feel like?
- Set Up a Mental Health Daily Routine
From morning to night, we have you covered. Here’s how to divide up your day to feel your best.
- Building a Mental Wellness Support Team
Trustworthy people can help you navigate life’s stressors. Here’s how to seek connection and support to boost your mental health.
- Complementary Treatments for Mental Health
In addition to talk therapy and medication, here are some relaxing practices to improve your mood and lower your stress.
- Setting Up an Emotional Support System
A new diagnosis can leave you overwhelmed, but these tips can help strengthen your support system.
- Lifestyle Tips to Boost Mental Health
Have you checked in with yourself today? Health experts outline habits that positively impact your mood and protect your state of mind.
- Mental Health Perception Is Changing - Oct.
An expert reveals why public acknowledgement of pandemic-related mental health issues positively impacts the discourse.
- Fast Facts: Mental Health
A few facts and figures that illustrate common mental health conditions.
- Myths and Facts: Mental Health
Several myths persist about how and when mental illness affects us.
- Racial Disparity in Mental Health Care
An expert outlines health care disparities that exist within minority communities and actionable steps to advocate for family and friends.
- Breaking the Stigma of Mental Health
A mental health expert shares what's behind the many false beliefs attached to mental illness and what we can do to break the stigma.
- Address the Pain and Anxiety
People should know that tardive dyskinesia isn't their fault, says neurologist Jack Adams. It's also important to know there's help for the pain and social anxiety that many experience.
- The Degree of Uncertainty
Your doctor will have honest conversations about your tardive dyskinesia symptoms and whether or not medications can calm or even stop them.
- Why an Early Diagnosis Is Important
What are the early signs of this medication-induced disorder? Why is early diagnosis important, and what drugs help treat it?
- Facing Reality: Living With Tardive Dyskinesia
- An Inside Look
How does long-term use of certain antipsychotic meds lead to uncontrollable, repetitive movements?
- The Emotional Side of It All
The facial twitches and jerky body movements of tardive dyskinesia can make you anxious or depressed. Maybe you worry about interacting with others. What can you do to manage the emotional impact?
- Check-In With a Neurologist
Brian Smuda candidly talks with his neurologist about his first symptoms, what caused them, and treatments that helped.
- Fast Facts on Tardive Dyskinesia
Who gets these uncontrollable twitches and jerky movements? And how closely is it tied to the use of antipsychotic drugs?
- A Face of Tardive Dyskinesia
Brian Smuda's head nods progressed into full-body spasms, a debilitating side effect of his long-term use of medications for Tourette's. Medicines and movement therapy can help, but deep brain stimulation, a brain surgery, greatly reduced his involuntary movements. Check him out on the slopes now!
- The Delicate Balance of Treatment for TD
Your doctor can help you find a safe way to manage the twitches and jerks of your tardive dyskinesia. You'll discuss the pros and cons of medications, including their side effects.
- Your Body on Road Rage
Clogged roadways can send your stress hormones through the roof. Take an inside look at how your body reacts when you are on the verge of losing your temper.
- Finn the Therapy Dog Comforts Kids in the Hospital
Twice a month, this greyhound visits a children’s hospital to bring a sense of calm and normal.
- 5 Facts About Mental Health Conditions
How many people are diagnosed with a mental health disorder? At what age do noticeable signs start?
- 6 Anxiety Triggers You May Be Overlooking
These habits are known to cause anxiety. Learn why certain behaviors trigger symptoms like fear and worry.
- 'Forest Bathing' May Bust Your Stress
A moment to connect with Mother Nature may be the palate cleanse you need to help ease anxiety and stress.
- Histrionic Personality Disorder
People with histrionic personality disorder have intense, unstable emotions and distorted self-images.
- Conduct Disorder Symptoms and Treatments
Conduct disorder causes behavioral and emotional issues that can happen in children and teens. Learn what can help stop these persistent behaviors.
- Depersonalization Disorder Symptoms and Treatments
Depersonalization disorder can make people feel disconnected or detached from their body and thoughts, as if in a dream. Learn what causes it and treatment options.
- Somatic Symptom Disorder Symptoms and Treatments
Somatic symptom disorder is a form of mental illness that can set off problems in the body and disrupt daily life. What treatments can help you get better?
- What Is Misophonia?
Do certain sounds make your skin crawl? Misophonia is a strong dislike or hatred of specific sounds.
- Breath Exercises for Anxiety
Take a moment to find calmness through your breath. This simple technique helps your mind focus and opens up your lungs.
- The Truth About Video Games and Your Mood
Are video games tied to more aggression and less empathy? Some experts question how much they are to blame for certain behaviors.
- The Basics: PTSD
A traumatic, life-threatening event can trigger this anxiety disorder. What can you do to fight the flashbacks and worry?
- The Basics: Narcissism
The word narcissist is thrown around a lot, but what does it really mean? And how should you act around one?
- WebMD Town Hall: A Stressed-Out Kid
School, homework, and tests can really stress your kids out. WebMD's pediatrician gives advice on helping your children relax and unwind.
- Art Therapy
ARTREACH Project America helps sufferers of PTSD utilize their creative side to heal the damages of war by integrating creative arts and group therapy.