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New LSD study opens depression treatment path using opioid system for major depression relief

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By: Mohan Garikiparithi | Mental Health | Monday, April 18, 2016 - 01:00 PM New LSD study opens depression treatment path using opioid system for major depression relief. Researchers at Imperial College London recently published images of the brain under the influence of lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) from their research…

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People are getting these semicolon tattoos as a symbol of hope in the face of depression and addiction

From fusion.net

People who have struggled with depression, anxiety, addiction, and suicidal thoughts are posting photos of semicolon tattoos, meant to signify that their lives are not over yet.

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about 2 years
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Electro-stimulation helped relieve severe depression in a small study

From acsh.org

For anyone who has been affected by depression it is no secret how devastating the disease can be for them and their families. But if the results from a small study published by a group at Germany's Bonn University Hospital hold up, there could be a radical transformation in the…

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over 2 years

Vagus Nerve Stimulation (VNS)

From healthline.com

When doctors started using vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) to treat epilepsy, they noticed that many patients were associating VNS with a remarkable improvement in mood. In 2005, the FDA approved VNS as an option for patients with treatment-resistant depression.

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over 2 years
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12 Mental Tricks To Get Out Of That Rut

From huffingtonpost.com

By Amanda Gardner Medication can help depression. But a type of therapy called cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)-which focuses on changing behavior, rather than talking about your childhood, for instance-can be an effective adjuvant to or even substitute for drugs.

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over 3 years
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What You Really Need to Know About Depression?

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Depression is a mood disorder where you completely feel sad and don't have interest in anything. Know more about its causes and treatment. For more information, visit depression center: https://www.consumerhealthdigest.com/depression/ Video Transcription: Hello everyone, As we all know, depression is a serious health condition as it leads to several health…

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about 2 years
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A Girl Got A Clever Tattoo To Get The Conversation Going About Depression

From buzzfeed.com

In a class I had with her, she opened up about her own struggles that she has faced with her own mental illness. Hearing her words made me realize that even though it can seem like you are the happiest, most intelligent, or down-to-earth human being, everyone has struggles.

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about 2 years

Electro-stimulation helped relieve severe depression in a small study

From acsh.org

For anyone who has been affected by depression it is no secret how devastating the disease can be for them and their families. But if the results from a small study published by a group at Germany's Bonn University Hospital hold up, there could be a radical transformation in the…

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over 2 years

High blood sugar causes brain changes that raise depression risk

From sciencedaily.com

Researchers have found a possible biological reason why people with diabetes are prone to depression. A new study shows that high blood glucose (sugar) levels in patients with Type 1 diabetes increase the levels of a brain neurotransmitter associated with depression, and alter the connections between regions of the brain…

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over 3 years
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" New Research Finds Small Molecule May Help Battle Depression - Psych Central News

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By Janice Wood Associate News Editor Reviewed by John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on June 8, 2014 The levels of a small molecule found only in humans and other primates are lower in the brains of depressed individuals, according to new research.

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