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  • Alternative Treatments for Depression
    There are an array of complementary, alternative, and integrative approaches to the treatment of depression that includes use of supplements, exercise, massage, light therapy, homeopathy, and rapid rate transcranial magnetic stimulation. There are many over the counter products on the market for depressed moods.
    http://depression.health-choices-net.com
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  • Adult ADD and Depression
    Research suggests that up to 25% of ADD adults also suffer from depression. Despite that, the depression aspect of Attention Deficit Disorder often goes untreated.
    http://www.add-adhd-help-center.com
    (Added: Thu Dec 07 2006 Hits: 734 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Atypical Depression
    Atypical depression, a subtype of major depression, is the most common form of depression today. People who suffer atypical depression exhibit all the normal symptoms of depression but they also react to external positive experiences in a positive way. Atypical depression sufferers respond to their environment, enjoying the company of friends but slipping back into deep depression when alone or faced with a stressful situation.
    http://depression.health-choices-net.com
    (Added: Wed Jun 10 2009 Hits: 544 Downloads: 0 Rating: 10.00 Votes: 1)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Battling Depression Without Medication
    If you or a loved one is battling depression, you must be aware of how difficult it is. Depression, a serious mental condition, if not treated on time, can turn devastating for the sufferer. However, serious depression cannot be treated merely by administration of drugs or medication; dealing with depression needs much more than that.
    http://www.depressiontribe.com/
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  • Biological Factors That Contribute to Depression
    Many people are pre-disposed to depression because of their own biological makeup making their risk of suffering from this condition much greater then those who do not share these risk factors. There are four main biological factors that can increase a persons risk for depression.
    http://http://depression.health-choices-net.com/The-Types-of-Depression.html
    (Added: Wed Jan 28 2009 Hits: 574 Downloads: 0 Rating: 10.00 Votes: 1)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Can You Beat Depression? Of Course You Can!!!
    It is very difficult to deal with depression day after day.However, there are some good news: You can beat depression. With the right diagnosis and treatment, you can get your life back on track.
    http://best-depression-site.info/beat-depression/
    (Added: Sun Jan 18 2009 Hits: 426 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Causes of Depression
    Depression is a feeling that we get when something bad happens and we are unable to deal with it. Even though depression is now known to have serious effects if it persists for a long length of time, the actual causes of depression are not well defined.
    http://www.easyhomeremedy.com
    (Added: Sun Nov 19 2006 Hits: 779 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Chronic Depression
    Chronic Depression which is a less severe form of depression is also called Dysthymia. While this is not a severe condition of depression the symptoms of this disorder can last for quite a long period of time.
    http://www.myanxietyguide.com
    (Added: Mon Nov 20 2006 Hits: 622 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Clinical Depression
    Clinical depression is a medical term used to refer to any form of depression that requires treatment in order to alleviate it. Typically, people are prone to depression when something bad or what they perceive as bad occurs in their lives, such as the death of a loved one or the breaking up of a relationship. This type of depression tends to decrease over a period of time and eventually fades away; however, in some cases it persists for a longer period. When this continues for a period of over six months, it is classified as clinical depression. Just as any other disease, if diagnosed early, medical professionals possess the ability to treat clinical depression. Depressive disorders have haunted mankind since the beginning of recorded history. The Bible has references to King David suffering from this affliction. Sigmund Freud, father of modern psychology, linked depression to guilt and inner conflict.
    http://e-ClinicalDepression.com
    (Added: Thu Apr 06 2006 Hits: 694 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Clinical Depression
    Feeling depressed is a normal part of being human. These feelings usually disappear after a few hours or even a few days. There are times though, when depression gets out of hand and lasts for months, it’s this that is known as a depression disorder.
    http://www.myanxietyguide.com
    (Added: Mon Nov 20 2006 Hits: 506 Downloads: 0 Rating: 10.00 Votes: 1)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Clinical Depression Symptoms
    Medical science recognizes any disease or medical condition based on symptoms. Just as a good doctor can make an assessment of a patient�s condition from the symptoms, a good psychiatrist can evaluate and suggest the right form of treatment to be given to a patient suffering from depression. Symptoms of clinical depression vary amongst people and ranges from mood swings to memory loss. Depression manifests itself in a wide array of experiences and diagnosis is often a complex study. Three most common types of depressive disorders are major clinical depression, dysthymia, and manic depression.
    http://e-ClinicalDepression.com
    (Added: Mon Apr 10 2006 Hits: 532 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Clinical Depression Tests
    Though over 20 million Americans suffer from depression each year, nine out of ten do not receive adequate treatment. This is due to the fact that they dismiss their depression as a character flaw or sign of weakness and do not seek help. In order to alleviate this problem the National Mental Health Association (NMHA) has encouraged people to take screening tests anonymously on the Internet.
    http://e-ClinicalDepression.com
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  • Common Symptoms of Clinical Depression
    Clinical Depression is a catch all phrase for any number of depressive disorders. The symptoms of clinical depression affect everyone who suffers from it in different ways. Depression affects people across all age ranges, genders, ethnicities, cultures and religions. According to the American Psychiatric Association over 17 million men and women in the U.S. suffer from some form of clinical depression every year.
    http://depression.health-choices-net.com
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  • Cures for Depression
    People who suffer from depression try and find ways to combat the feelings of hopelessness that can attack them during a bout of being depressed. So what are the cures for depression that can be found to work?
    http://www.myanxietyguide.com
    (Added: Mon Nov 20 2006 Hits: 574 Downloads: 0 Rating: 1.00 Votes: 1)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Depress Depression with Lexapro
    Escitalopram or lexapro is an oral drug that is used for treating depression and comprehensive anxiety disorder. It comes from the class of drugs called SSRIs [selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors].
    http://www.finegenerics.com
    (Added: Wed Oct 11 2006 Hits: 1684 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Depression and Anxiety
    The relationship between anxiety and depression isn�t always clear-cut. If you�ve been diagnosed with depression, you might have anxiety as a secondary condition. Conversely, people diagnosed with anxiety often suffer from depression. While both conditions have many symptoms in common, there are important differences.
    http://e-Anxiety.com
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  • Depression: A Serious Condition
    Depression, the word itself makes a person feel low and tense. In common terms, it is the feelings of sadness that we all have from time to time.
    http://www.evemedic.com
    (Added: Fri Dec 22 2006 Hits: 866 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Diet, Anxiety and Depression
    Discover what and how you are eating - even if you believe you are eating well - that might be causing anxiety and depression.
    http://www.innerbonding.com
    (Added: Mon Mar 30 2009 Hits: 367 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Does Your Life Lack Meaning?
    Do you find that nothing really excites you or holds much meaning for you? Does your life lack passion and purpose? Discover the source of this emptiness and learn how you can heal it.
    http://www.innerbonding.com
    (Added: Mon Aug 08 2005 Hits: 625 Downloads: 4 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
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