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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Depression Site! These are the top ten articles that your Depression Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. 14 Mistakes Depressed People Make
Everyone who suffers from depression unwittingly contributes to it. If we think about our mistakes, we can make better choices and feel much better!
2. Should I Take Antidepressants ?
If you are wondering if you should be taking antidepressants, first consider the facts.
3. Bipolar Disorder
You're convinced that you're suffering from major depression, but then it suddenly seems to disappear, and you feel great. Then, you're practically suicidal again... What's going on? It could be bipolar disorder.
4. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
Does your depression seem to be seasonal? If so, you might be suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD.
5. Depression and Suicide
Are you considering giving up on life? I urge you to reconsider! I hate to think of the joy I would have missed out on if I had ended my life when I first had suicidal thoughts!
6. Potential Causes of Depression
We all know that heredity and hard knocks can cause or contribute to our depression, but what about sugar, alcohol, or even prescription medications?
7. Exercise and Depression
Did you know that exercise is as good for your mind as it is for your body? Get off that couch and get moving! Exercise could be the depression treatment that works for you.
8. Feel-Good Tips for Depression Sufferers
When we're depressed, we sometimes abandon the things we love. You'd be surprised at how little things can make a difference in the way you feel. Try some of these tips to make yourself feel better!
9. Can L - Tryptophan Help Your Depression ?
There just might be a reason why eating hummus, and other foods high in L-Tryptophan, makes you feel better.
10. Depression and the Empty Nest
Have your children left home, and now you feel like your life is over? It's normal to feel sad, but you don't have to let it keep you down. Try some of my tips for beating depression.
Be sure to visit the Depression Archives for all the articles!
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