You have a friend who’s behaved strangely for years – insisting on storing canned goods a certain way, double-checking doors, and locks, and quietly repeating a favorite phrase before doing something that brings stress. This person may have obsessive-compulsive disorder, but there are ways to help overcome the symptoms. What is OCD? Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)…

Millions of people have symptoms like headaches, mental illness, widespread pain, sadness, fear, and trouble sleeping, among many types of physical and psychological problems, often caused by things both known and unknown. For many, pain and discomfort can affect every aspect of their lives, but there may be ways to regain control, including with treatments…

If you stub your big toe, it’s obvious the injury can affect your mobility. But if you’re depressed, what’s the effect? Like other kinds of illness, depression can result in seen and unseen effects – including how your brain functions. If left alone, depression can affect your brain in unimaginable ways.

If you know someone who’s depressed, it’s sometimes difficult to know how to act or what to say to that person. You’re afraid of exacerbating the situation, but the worst thing you can do is to do nothing at all. Below are some helpful tips and best practices to help someone dealing with depression. 

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