A large percentage of people suffering from depression will do their best to hide it behind a smiley mask. This is known as smiling depression and it happens to be one of the most serious and devastating mental health problems. Identifying smiling depression can be difficult but there are still some tell-tale signs.
It’s a well-known fact that certain mental health problems like anxiety disorders increase the risk of clinical depression. New meta-analysis performed by Australian researchers connects first-episode schizophrenia to depressive symptoms.
Eating disorders are becoming more common among boys and girls under the age of 12. Social and behavioural factors are playing a very big role in shaping up the mentality of young individuals and determining their body image.
The link between insufficient sleep and depression is well-established. Here’s how people who get little sleep can address the issue.
Foods like dark chocolate and red wine offer quite promising anti-depression benefits.
The overall number of suicide attempts in Singapore has increased but the growth has reached record heights among boys.
In Singapore, just like in other parts of the world, there’s a pressure to look a certain way. People who don’t fit in are likely to suffer from anxiety and depression.
A new brain study sheds some light on why depression tends to occur more commonly in women.
Psychiatrists in Singapore have accomplished excellent results in the treatment of dementia patients with art therapy.
Competition can be a powerful stimulus to move forward but psychologists in Singapore believe too much competition can be very harmful.
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- Smiling Depression: A Dangerous and Hidden Mental Health Problem
- First-Episode Schizophrenia Linked to Depression, New Study Confirms
- The Prevalence of Early Onset Eating Disorders
- Simple Sleeping Schedule Adjustments Could Reduce the Risk of Depression
- Dark Chocolate and Red Wine: Great for Depression?