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People across the world are starting to understand mental illness. For many years people refused to acknowledge mental problems such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, and tried to avoid diagnosis by professionals and treatments. But today, more people are starting to understand the real problem of mental ailments and take the necessary treatments for the same. Depression is among the most common mental ailments faced by many throughout the world. There are various treatments available, varying from counseling to medications in case of severe depression. But, there has been no solid evidence to prove what could be causing this chemical imbalance in the body. In men, though not completely understood, depression could be the effect of low testosterone levels in the body.  Here we will understand what the reason behind linking these two could be. What is testosterone? Testosterone is a natural hormone produced in the human body. Commonly thought of…

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Stress Relief

Depression is not only curable but also preventable! With a few lifestyle changes, you can become a healthier and happier human.

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Depression already affects 322 million people worldwide, according to the World Health Organization (WHO) for the year 2015. In 10 years, this number rose by 18.4%. In India, 5.8% of the population suffers from this disease, which affects a total of 11.5 million Brazilians. The WHO also emphasizes that India is the country with the highest prevalence of depression in Latin America and the second most prevalent in the Americas, behind only the United States, with 5.9% of depressives. One of the points is that India is the world record in the prevalence of anxiety disorders: 9.3% of the population (about 18.6 million) have this difficulty. After this worrying data, can you fight depression?   Before we think of warding off this disease, we need to understand its definition: depression is a chronic and recurrent psychiatric illness that produces a mood modification characterized by deep, endless sadness related to feelings…

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Every 4 out of 100 people in the country is suffering from depression. Unemployment, mental torture, deprivation or fetal death of a mother is one of those causes of depression. Health Organization gives a particular view of this depression matter in this article. In the 23rd February Depression and other Common Mental Disorder Global Health Estimate provides the report. In Bangladesh, 6391000 people are suffering from depression which is about 4.1% of the total population. This estimate includes the South East Asian countries. In Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, the rate is similar, but in Bhutan, it is 4% increased. The most number of depressed persons in South Asia lived in India. The percentage of a sad person in India is about 4.5%. The least amount of depressed person lives in East Timor which is only 3% of the total population. Coping with depression Coping with depression is not always easy.…

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