Mental Health

Mental health issues are common in the United States, with 1 in 5 adults experiencing mental illness each year.[1] Unfortunately, it is all too common for individuals who suffer from mental health problems to avoid getting the treatment they need. When mental health issues are...

Living with an untreated mental health condition can be difficult. No matter which condition you suffer from, the symptoms of a psychiatric disorder can greatly impact your ability to function in your daily life. According to John Hopkins Medicine, “An estimated 26% of Americans ages 18...

Mental health is a common issue in the United States. According to research completed by the National Institutes of Health, “Nearly one in five U.S. adults live with a mental illness (52.9 million in 2020).”[1] With that being said, it is clear that mental health...

Eating disorders are a type of mental health condition that affects the way a person eats and thinks about food. The common denominator in eating disorders is that people who suffer from them tend to become obsessive about how their body looks as well as...

While depression and anxiety are two very different mental health conditions, they commonly occur together. Feeling down or being sad is normal and so is having occasional anxiety or stress. However, severe or ongoing feelings of depression and anxiety are signs of an underlying mental...

Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is a mental health condition that affects the way a person perceives their body. Oftentimes, people with BDD have extremely low self-esteem regarding a certain part of their body or their entire body in general. This may affect an individual’s ability...

Schizoid personality disorder (ScPD) is a mental health condition that is characterized by a general disinterest in social relationships and a pattern of detachment issues. People with this condition generally: Do not want or enjoy close relationships Rarely experience or express strong emotions Choose hobbies or...

Depression is a common issue, with nearly 280 million people worldwide suffering from the condition.[1] While you have probably heard of depression before, you might be unaware that there are several different types of depression disorders. You heard that right, depression is not just one singular...