Substance Abuse Rehabilitation

Substance abuse causes substance addiction. It is a chronic disease characterized by the compulsive need to seek sub irrespective of its harmful effects. It causes lasting changes in the brain. In order to recover and undo effects of the substance, the individual and his family members must undertake rehabilitative measures. Rehabilitation helps encourage the addicted […]

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10 Things people who have over...

Alcohol addiction is more than just a drinking problem. It is a biological, progressive, chemical and a fatal disease. It can enlighten a sense of urgency and necessity due to its dependence but overcoming an addiction is so entrenched it is not an easy feat. People who have overcome addiction have been sailed two ships; […]

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Depression in Women

One in four women experiences depression at some point in time in their life. And women are twice as likely to experience clinical depression than men. Still wondering why the women in your life are crying most of the time, or feeling persistently sad, and has no interest in anything. Here is your answer: she […]

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The Family Impact: The social disadvantage and subordination of women on the one hand. And the rapid socio-cultural and economic changes on the other have significantly altered traditional structures and institutions within society. Such changes are invariably associated with social upheaval and drug abuse is a known outcome of such change. Drug abuse poses various […]

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Reinventing Mindful Eating

Reinventing Mindful Eating: Eating is an inevitable activity of everyday life. There was a time when this activity was carried on with utmost mindfulness, i.e. prayers were offered before beginning the meals, and after ending the meals slokas like Annapoorne Sada Poorne, Shankara Prana Vallabhe, Trayam were recited. Offering supplication (Du’ä) by Islam followers during the meal, […]

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Are You at Risk for Depression?


The words ok, fine, good; awesome would have been the commonest answers, for how are you? These might sound simple, but we may not know the underlying meaning.

Feeling low and getting back to the normal is a natural process. But prolonged sadness is something which shouldn’t be taken lightly. Some individuals are at higher risk for developing depression when compared to others.

Identify the signs of depression

If you want to know whether you are at the risk of depression or not. Here are the common signs of depression that you can check for:

  • Feeling low or sad.
  • Loss of interest in pleasure in activities- not enjoying the activities once you used to love.
  • Change in appetite, weight gain or loss unrelated to your diet.
  • Sleep- you can experience the changes in the sleeping patterns like disturbed sleep, sleeping too much.
  • Lowered speech and movements- which can also be observed by others.
  • Feeling fatigue or loss of energy most of the time.
  • You might feel unworthy, useless, guilty or hopeless.
  • Difficulty in paying attention, thinking, decisions making.
  • Some people also get the thoughts of self-harming, thoughts of death or may even suicide.


And the most important thing of all, these symptoms may last at least for two weeks for the diagnosis of depression. There are exceptions for medical conditions, like thyroid issues, brain tumor or vitamin deficiency, which mimic the symptoms of depression and can be excluded.

Few facts about Depression:

  • In any given year, Depression affects an estimated one in 15 adults (6.7%).
  • One in six people (16.6%) will experience depression at some point in their life.
  • Depression can strike at any time, but on average, first appears during the late teens to mid-20s.
  • Women are more likely to experience depression than men. Some researchers show that one-third of women will experience a major depressive episode in their lifetime.


If you are aware of the above mentioned alarming signs, it would be really be helpful in preparing yourself in coping with depression and stress in a better way. If you think that you cannot fight all alone then it is vital you do seek the help of your family and friends and if things go beyond get an help from medical professionals, and discuss the possible courses of treatment to address your condition.

If the above tips don’t help or if in case you need additional guidance, to address your concern, then seek the right kind of help from our professionals by making an appointment call right away at +91 96111 94949.