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Why Choose Residential Treatment for Depression?

A good residential treatment center for depression will assess your depression symptoms, as well as any Borderline Personality Disorder symptoms, to determine what level of care and what type of treatment will help you make a complete recovery.

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BPD Treatment: Antidepressants

No single medication can effectively treat Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), but some can help ease the common BPD symptoms and make daily life more tolerable. Antidepressants are one medicaton often prescribed to people with Borderline Personality Disorder to help reduce anger, depression, impulsivity, irritability and self-harm.

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How Yoga Works to Alleviate Your BPD Symptoms

Through breath work, physical poses, visualization, and goal setting, yoga therapy can help people with BPD and other psychiatric disorders learn to be present in the moment and feel more relaxed as they make their way through treatment.

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How the Economy May Be Affecting Your Mental Health

Many people are not getting treated for their psychiatric disorder because they lost their health insurance along with their job. Of those people experiencing serious mental illness, 7.1 percent were unemployed, compared with 3.6 percent of adults who were employed full-time and 5.6 percent employed part-time.

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How to Know if Your Child Is Being Bullied

Your teen won’t always tell you that they are being bullied because they may be too embarrassed or afraid. Depending on how much a kid is being bullied and how long it has continued, bullying can result in your child developing depression, anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), or substance abuse. Unless you know what to keep an eye out for, you may have no idea that your child is suffering in silence.

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Research Strengthens Brain’s Impact on BPD Symptoms, Depression

When it comes to brains, no two are alike. Variations in the structure and functioning of your brain can make you more prone to certain psychiatric disorders, such as Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) and depression.

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Risk of Major Depression Relapse Higher for People with Personality Disorders

A study published in a recent issue of the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry found that people with personality disorders are 1.5 times more likely than people without personality disorders to relapse with major depression.

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