Depression affects different people in different ways. Simply feeling low is not the only symptom, nor is it enough in itself to warrant a diagnosis of depression.
Author BIO Matthew Boyle is the Chief Operating Officer of Landmark Recovery, a growing chain of drug and alcohol rehab centers in Oklahoma and Kentucky. Matthew graduated from Duke University in 2011 Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree and has worked in the healthcare industry ever since, creating a holistic treatment model […]
Though not clearly understood, the connection between testosterone and various health problems is an interesting discovery in men’s health. Though it’s produced naturally in both genders, it’s generally considered as a male hormone. Its production rate, however, is 20 times higher in men than women.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner and that kicks off the start of many Family Gatherings at our house, which can be great fun and also cause great stress. Every family, no matter how close and loving has some sort of dysfunctional aspect. It is just part of being human. We aren’t perfect therefore all […]
A traumatic brain injury doubles your risk to die by suicide. The good news is suicide is a rare event. But those with a traumatic brain injury increase their risk for emotional problems, depression, memory impairment, concentration problems, headaches, dizziness and neck pain. The worse the brain injury the greater the risk of suicide. A […]
It has been long believed that the more exercise you do, the better your mental health. However, new studies are showing that this is not necessarily the case. While exercising is one of the most effective ways to combat depression, over or under doing it can actually worsen your mental health. Studies have shown that […]