Don’t Make it Permanent, Make it Temporary

Dr. Daniela White, MDDepression, feeling low, and lack of confidence: these are few synonyms that hit a person very hard in guts at one or the other point of life. Everybody has one or the other problem in life. Depression is the root of mental health disorder. Depression is fatal as it could also lead to suicide or brain paralysis.

According to National Institution of Mental Health, depression is one of the most common mental disorders in the USA. In 2014, around 15.7 million adults of age 18 or above experienced at least one major depressive episode, which represented 6.7% of all American adults. At any point in time, 3 to 5 percent of adults suffer from major depression; the lifetime risk is about 17%. As many as 2 out of 100 young children and 8 out of 100 teens may have serious depression.

When the feeling of depression lasts for more than two weeks interfering daily activities such as taking care of family, spending time with friends, or going to work or school, it’s likely a major episode.

Do not let this depression make permanent house in your mind instead defeat this depression with Midtown Psychiatry and TMS center at TMS River Oaks, TX. Treatment for depression will make you love your life again and shows you how it was before depression episode.

Like depression is common in teenagers and young adults, ADHD is common in children. ADHD means Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder where a child acts without thinking and focusing is their main trouble. ADHD hurts and damages a child’s ability to function socially, academically, and at home.

Fifty percent of the kids apart from ADHD, also have learning, language, or motor skills disability. And approximately the same percentages of these children have a co-morbid disorder, such as anxiety, depression, oppositional defiant disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, conduct disorder, or a tic disorder.

Midtown has trained Child Psychiatrist for ADHD in Katy, Texas who has been curing these kids since many years.

Read also Is your child categorized in 1 of these 3? By Mid Town TMS center


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