TMS Therapy Blog
Can You be Depressed and Not Know It? Silent Depression Explained
Many associate depression with chronic sadness, and while the two are linked – you can be depressed without being sad. Read all about silent depression.
Is Depression Genetic? Can Depression “Run in the Family”?
Is there a gene that passes depression from generation to generation, or is the reoccurrence of depression in a family an environmental factor? Learn more.
Why You Get More Depressed At Night? All About Nighttime Depression
Many individuals with depression report their symptoms being worse at night. What causes nighttime depression? What can you do about it?
Do You have Anxiety or Depression? | Depression vs. Anxiety
Depression and Anxiety can both present with similar symptoms. So how can you know which disorder you really have? Can you have both?
How Does Depression Affect the Brain? An Overview of the Depressed Brain
Does depression affect the brain on a physical level? Read on to understand the way depression affects the brain & the meaning of the term “depressed brain.”
Does Depression Make You Tired? Depression Fatigue Explained
Fatigue is a common residual symptom of depression. Read on to learn more about the different causes & medically-backed treatment options available to you.
How to Treat Depression Without Medication
Aside from antidepressants, there are scientifically supported non-medication alternative depression treatments available. Learn more now!
TMS Therapy for Teenagers and Adolescents
TMS is FDA-approved for those aged 18+. However, research is showing promising results for TMS for teens & adolescents. Read on and learn more.
What is Treatment-Resistant Depression? (Causes, Symptoms, & Treatments)
Learn what treatment-resistant depression (TRD) is & some signs that you may be suffering from it. Call us & ask about treatment-resistant depression treatment.
3 Minute Depression Test
Instructions: Click the button below. There is a list of questions that relate to life experiences common among people who have been diagnosed with depression. Please read each question carefully, and indicate how often you have experienced the same or similar challenges in the past few months.
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