5 jobs than can make one miserable

5 jobs than can make one miserable

“Pleasure in the job puts perfection in the work.”– Aristotle

Undoubtedly, determining the most depressing job can be very difficult as the value and perception pertaining to specific jobs differ from person to person. However, it is a given fact that the occupational environment plays a vital role in the development of mood disorders. A happy job is one of the essential elements for ensuring quality life and increased lifespan.

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Depressive disorder in kids and adolescents – Part 1: Early exposure to depression increases risk of developing MDD

Depressive disorder in kids and adolescents – Part 1: Early exposure to depression increases risk of developing MDD

Anxiety and depression, considered the leader among all mental disorders, have dominated the lives of millions of children and adolescents by affecting their work and destroying their families. As anxiety and depression often accompany each other, this increases their potency over time. According to some of the studies, the development of major depressive disorder (MDD) in adolescents with parents diagnosed with depression suggests that genetics and family history determine the onset of psychiatric disorders among adolescents. Major depressive disorder (MDD) is one of the leading causes of mental illness, with only about half of them receiving treatment in a given year, […] Read more

Depression is more than sadness – it affects the ability to think, finds study

Depression is more than sadness – it affects the ability to think, finds study

The first few things that come to mind when talking about clinical depression are feelings of sadness or despair, disinterest in most activities, lack of or excess sleep, and disturbed eating patterns. It may also manifest itself in other physical symptoms such as loss of weight, listlessness and various types of pain. Such symptoms of depression usually tend to receive more attention than cognitive symptoms, although the latter can be quite common. Over the last few years, increasing indications show that depression may lead to changes in individuals’ cognitive ability or the ability to think.

A study published in the journal […] Read more