Depression and Anxiety Disorders (Part 1)

Overview: Depression causes feelings of sadness, loss and anger that can interfere with everyday life. It affects up to 16 million Americans. Anxiety disorders are also rather common. In this interview, we learn the latest treatments for depression and anxiety disorders, such as panic attacks, phobias and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Part One: Symptoms of depression Medications such as anti-depressants Role of therapy for depression Relapse risk factors Seasonal Affective Disorder and treatments Part Two: Anxiety Panic Attacks Phobias, including common phobias Phobias with anxiety attacks Treatments for anxiety and phobias Obsessive compulsive disorder Guest: Dr. Hinda Dubin, psychiatrist at the University of Maryland Medical Center and a clinical assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Links: Depression and Anxiety Disorders (Part 1) www.youtube.com Depression and Anxiety Disorders (Part 2) www.youtube.com University of Maryland Department of Psychiatry www.umm.edu Dr. Hinda Dubin www.umm.edu

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    1. The reason for depression is disassociation with the body
      and experiencing life as a mental event.
      Good cure, exercise!

    2. HBKanedge818 says:

      My mom acts normally but knowing deep down she depressed, Im depressed.

    3. sleestack808 says:

      depression has probably gone up since ww2 because we diagnose it now, . Back then people just became alcoholics

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