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Depression

Depression is more than just feeling sad or down. It is a common – but serious – medical condition characterized by negative feelings that interfere with everyday living. These feelings impact the ability to function in a normal environment. Specific forms of depression occur under specific circumstances, such as postpartum depression or seasonal affective disorder, but many people experience depression that isn’t connected to particular events or surroundings.

Depression is a treatable illness that alters the way in which a person thinks, feels, behaves, and functions. If left untreated, depression will seriously impact, if not ruin, an individual’s quality of life.

Depression: You Can Break Free

Women are twice as likely to experience depression as men. Although the symptoms of depression are the same for both genders, women are inclined to experience particular symptoms more often than men.When depression becomes persistent and a chronic problem, there is no shame in seeking a solution. Women who suffer from depression often turn to drugs and alcohol to cope with their feelings of hopelessness, sadness, and apathy. Depression may not manifest in the same way every day, but it hurts nonetheless.

At Destination Hope, our inpatient depression treatment helps you heal from the pain causing you to be depressed. Through personalized treatment plans that include individual, group, and family therapy, along with nutrition, fitness, and the clinical support you deserve, you can find the freedom you desperately wish to find. Learn about our rehab for depression from our compassionate admissions counselors, and discover the hope you deserve.

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