Depression Recovery Bergen County NJ
Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired? If so, you need to visit the MedWell Center for Chronic Condition Recovery in Midland Park. At times, we all have difficulty handling the challenges that come with everyday living. Anxiety can slowly creep into your life and depression may be following close behind. Our doctors and staff have decades of experience in helping patients heal the medical problems they have in order to empower them to meet the challenges they face. We work with those struggling with life transitions, postpartum depression, relationship issues, food sensitivities, metabolic syndrome, autoimmune disorders, failed surgical procedures and addiction for a complete depression recovery.
Recognizable Symptoms of Depression
- Sad and Empty Feelings
- Hopelessness or Guilt
- Loss of Interest in Activities
- Exhaustion and Fatigue
- Problems Concentrating
- Loss of Appetite or Overeating
- Sleep Disturbances and Deprivation
- Unexplained Aches and Pains
- Engaging in Risky Behaviors
It is important to realize that anxiety and depression are your body's way of telling you that something is not right. We know our ancestors were tribal people and their brains developed in a way that would best protect the tribe. When you isolate yourself from other people in your life, the lack of connection can lead to depression. Anxiety happens as a way of encouraging you to rejoin the group. Since reasons for depression can range from genetics to life circumstances, an accurate assessment of cause and a comprehensive treatment plan are important components for depression recovery. At MedWell, we don't treat your symptoms; we focus on fixing your problems.
The exact cause of depression is unknown. However, if left untreated, depression and anxiety can take control of your life. In fact, the statistics indicate that one in every ten people have suffered from depression or are currently depressed. Since many cases of depression go undiagnosed, unreported and untreated, those numbers could be low. At MedWell, our approach to depression recovery follows a multidisciplinary approach that provides the patient with opportunities for healing their body, mind and soul. Only through an accurate assessment and diagnosis of health can you find all the answers for a successful depression recovery.
Anxiety is the most commonly experienced mental illness in the United States. Unfortunately, women are twice as likely to suffer from generalized anxiety disorder as men. Although anxiety is considered the most common mental illness, most people are quick to avoid talking about it. However, mood and anxiety disorders often co-occur with eating disorders and weight gain. So, for many people, depression recovery is a much more complex endeavor than simply changing one's attitude about how they feel. Despite what many people think, depression is not just a deep sadness and everyone can react differently to the same events and similar circumstances.