Feeling stressed, depressed, or anxious? If you answer yes, here’s why you should pay attention to those feelings — plus, how to get support.
Topic: Mental Health
Medications for depression can help you feel better. But for the best results, look before you leap.
More than 55 million Americans live with a mental illness. With such a wide impact, awareness about mental health is growing. But there’s still a lot of work to do. Why?
As many as 10% to 20% of pregnancies end in miscarriage. So if you’ve gone through a miscarriage, you’re far from alone. But many people don’t tell anyone about their loss. It can leave them feeling isolated and unsupported.
Misuse of substances like alcohol and prescription or illegal drugs is more common than you might think. More than 59 million Americans — about 21% of us — used an illicit drug or misused a prescribed drug in the past…
We probably don’t need to tell you that the world is stressful these days. Unfortunately, that stress is taking a toll on our mental health. A 2022 study found a big rise in the rate  [CG3] of Americans who reported depression…
If you manage a long-term illness like diabetes, asthma, or cancer, you know it’s not something you can just ignore when you don’t feel like dealing with it anymore. Staying on top of your medications, appointments, healthy habits, and health…
Mental health is just as important as physical health when it comes to your overall well-being. But not all insurance plans cover mental health the same way. We’ve got answers to your top questions about mental health benefits.
Everyone feels anxious sometimes. But too much worry can disrupt your life and even make you sick. Learn the red flags of anxiety — and proven ways to get it under control.
Changing diet or exercise habits can be triggering for people with a history of disordered eating. Here are some more sensitive approaches to losing weight safely.