Emotional Health
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Emotional Health
Emotional Health
Good emotional health is important for good overall health. Emotional health issues, like depression, can be treated, however left untreated they can negatively impact your health and well being. Learn more about your emotional health and resources available to help with problems.
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Depression is a mood disorder. Learn about its causes, symptoms & treatments, and discover strategies for preventing depression. Continue...
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Learn the basics of bipolar disorder, including the different types of the disorder.
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Stress can take a toll on both your emotional and physical health. Use these 9 strategies to scale back...
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Your insomnia may be sounding the alarm that something might be wrong. You could have depression
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Optimism, self-confidence, and positive thinking are connected with longer life and less stress.
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People affected by SAD display symptoms of depression at the same time every year, typically during the fall and winter months.
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People with major illnesses may be at an even greater risk of becoming depressed
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Learn about the depression gene, the serotonin link, and environmental factors that may cause depression.
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Physical activity could offer benefits if you are battling mild depression.
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Did you know that Depression is almost as common as the flu? Nearly 19 million adults in the U.S. suffer from depression every year.
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How do you feel today? Move the arrow or click on the face to suit your mood and click the update...
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The Sleep Log can help you identify factors that may be keeping you from getting enough sleep. Click on...
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Research shows that setting goals and achieving them can greatly add to your happiness. Start making a list of things you want to do today.
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The Headache Log can help you identify factors that might be triggering headaches and whether medication helps.
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