Three Simple Diet Changes to Improve Mood

Author: Samantha Rogers is a marketing and communications specialist under contract with the National Center for Telehealth & Technology (T2).


Depression: Where to Get Help

Depression: Where to Get Help

Where to Get Help

Some individuals find it difficult to ask for help; however, it isn’t necessary to struggle alone. When a person is experiencing a depression, others are affected, also, in the home and even in the work setting. So taking care of oneself also has the added benefit of taking care of others.

Myths About Getting Help

Depression and Sleep: Get adequate (6 to 8 hours) Sleep Each Night

Depression and adequate sleep

Get Adequate (6 to 8 hours) Sleep Each Night

Your mood is definitely related to the amount and quality of sleep you get each night. People who are chronically sleep-deprived feel moody, depressed, and generally out of sorts.

Here are some tips for getting a good night’s sleep. Try to follow as many of them as possible, adjusting for your individual circumstances.

Subscribe to RSS - mood