Anxiety is the most common mental health condition in Australia, with an estimated two million sufferers. In a survey of 1400 people, conducted by non-profit organisation BeyondBlue, two out of three respondents named depression as the most prevalent issue. “Anxiety affects twice the number of Australians as depression,” says ChiefRead More →

A group of researchers say depression would be better treated if it was classified into 12 different disorders. UpdatedUpdated 6 November 2017 There are calls for a major overhaul of the way depression is diagnosed and treated to better recognise its triggers. A group of international psychologists have challenged theRead More →

Dерrеѕѕіоn is a state оf being in which one tеndѕ to feel аbѕоlutеlу еmрtу, аnxіоuѕ, аnd lоѕt. It іѕ the lоwеѕt point оn thе еmоtіоnаl ѕсаlе аnd іѕ marked by a vаrіеtу оf negative fееlіngѕ including, guilt, helplessness, аngеr, and іrrіtаbіlіtу. Clіnісаl dерrеѕѕіоn is аn іllnеѕѕ сhаrасtеrіzеd bу a сluѕtеr оfRead More →

Anxiety is something that almost everyone struggles with at some point or another. And for some people, it can seem to completely take over their lives. If you’re familiar with anxiety, you know how it can spiral into an endless cycle of worries and concerns. That’s why one of theRead More →

Anxiety disorders can be crippling, isolating and all-consuming for the roughly 40 million American adults who suffer from these mental health conditions. A support system of friends, family and romantic partners can be hugely helpful to those with anxiety, but only if their loved ones understand what they do (and do not) need to cope.Read More →