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It’s estimated that at least 10% of the population meets criteria for depression. And while that number is likely underrepresented, you are not alone.
Feeling depressed can be challenging. Coming to grips with negative thoughts, irritability, anger, sadness, loneliness, and even changes in relationships can be emotionally and physically exhausting. Depression may also exacerbate physical pain, contribute towards anxiety, and substance misuse. Whether the cause of the depression is due to a change in seasons, medical condition, family history, environmental stressors, or a combination of factors, getting help is imperative towards regaining control of your life. Through awareness, skill building, and support, depression is treatable.
If you or someone you know is experiencing difficulty with stress, sleep, irritability, concentration, guilt and shame, concentration, and self-esteem, help is available. Take action by contacting a professional today.