A relapse of a depressive episode is, sadly, common among depression sufferers. Recognizing the symptoms of a relapse and understanding how to lower your risk can help alleviate further physical and emotional distress.
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When to Seek Help for Depression
Depression is seemingly invisible. You can be very sick but, from the outside, it may be hard for others to tell something is wrong. It can even be hard for you to determine if your feelings are normal or cause enough to visit a doctor.
How is COVID-19 Impacting Individuals With Anxiety?
The impacts of COVID-19 and social isolation can trigger a vicious cycle of increasing other associated symptoms, such as constantly feeling on edge, irritability, ability to concentrate and sleep disturbance. Learn more about how to combat these symptoms.
Staying Connected with Your Addiction Recovery Program During COVID-19
Staying connected and on the right track with your addiction recovery program is difficult with social distancing, but Dr. Michael Falcone has some advice that can help.
Coping with the Coronavirus and Quarantine
We want to help you manage stress and cope with changes that you may be facing with the coronavirus during this time.
How to Support a Loved One with a Mental Illness
Sometimes we find ourselves unsure of how to help. At Jackson House, we know how hard it can be when someone you love has a mental illness.
When to Seek Mental Health Treatment
While signs of a mental illness may look different for each individual, the ten questions in this article
can be a helpful place to start.
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