No one enjoys vomiting and everyone thinks it’s disgusting, but most people are not afraid of it. Anxiety and worry can cause nausea, and if you do not vomit when you’re anxious…you won’t! Learn how to get over this phobia.
September is Suicide Prevention Month. Listen to this podcast to learn the warning signs of suicide — and how you can help someone in crisis. If you are in crisis, call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Kerry Washington, John Hamm, and other celebrities bring to light the importance of talking about mental health.
Watch this video for a look at a day in the life with depression...and how you can get better. Thanks, Wentworth Miller, for giving ADAA a shout-out.
After years of suffering in silence, he is sharing his story of healing to let you know it can get better — as long as you get help and do the work.
African Americans ask if their non-African American therapist will understand their issues. It’s an excellent and important question.
Dr. Jerry Halverson talks about treating depression, mood, and other mental disorders in young adults, what you should know about medications and cognitive-behavioral therapy, and how to help make your treatment most effective.
Learn the "3 Things Your College Kid Must Know About Mental Health" in our latest blog post.
Here's a three-step guide to help you ease your travel anxieties and enjoy your vacation, as well as your return home.
Researchers have identified genes that increase the risk for depression, and this may lead to the development of new treatments. Finding these genes should also help clarify that depression is a brain disease and decrease stigma. The genetic data came from people who sent their saliva to 23andMe, a personal genomics company; participants consented to allow the company to use their information anonymously for research.