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Panic disorder, with or without agoraphobia: it’s more than just stress!
Good mental health is just as important as good physical health. Feeling feelings of intense stress when faced with a dangerous situation is normal. But having this same reaction with no apparent cause may be the result of a panic disorder. Read
Bipolar disorder: when your mood is a roller-coaster
Do you know someone who is euphoric one day and completely depressed the next? That person may be suffering from bipolar disorder. This condition can be difficult to admit, but in truth, learning to recognize it is the best way to tame it. Read
Schizophrenia broken down in 3 points
Widely unknown, schizophrenia is still viewed as a strange illness. Surprisingly, it is more common than we think; it affects 1% of the population worldwide. Fortunately, those suffering from it have access to treatments that can help them regain a normal life and function in society. Read
5 questions to demystify depression
What is this painful condition that destroys from within, yet remains invisible and misunderstood? The one that disturbs and upsets most inner thoughts? The disease that no one wants to name out loud? We will help you decode this strange disease called depression. Read
6 things to know about posttraumatic stress disorder
Most often associated with military personnel, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is more common than we think. This destructive and misunderstood disorder affects 6 to 10% of the population. Here’s some relevant information on the subject. Read
Depression: an illness that can be treated
Are you feeling burnt out? Tense? Sad? You may be having a passing case of the blues. However, if you have been experiencing symptoms for several weeks already, you should perhaps find out the cause of this uneasiness. You might be suffering from the little-known, but dreaded illness that is depression. Read