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According to the WHO, depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide affecting more than 300 million people. Depression is not just sadness. Although it includes feelings of sadness and loss, depression also causes a loss of interest in activities and decreased ability to function. It can even lead to suicide.
Although depression doesn’t have an instant cure, it is treatable. People find relief from their symptoms through different treatment approaches. Some treatment plans use a combination of therapy, exercise, nutrition, and medication (e.g. antidepressants).
Be on the lookout: Ask the provider if and how they treat depression. Some centers are licensed primary health, which means they treat people who solely struggle with mental health conditions. Other centers primarily treat substance use and can only treat co-occurring depression, while some centers are not a fit for someone struggling with both.
Do rehabs treat depression?
Most rehab centers treat co-occurring or primary mental health disorders like depression. You can read our blog about attending rehab for depression here.
What therapies are used to treat depression?
Clinicians use a variety of therapies to treat depression, including evidence-based and holistic methods. Some examples include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and interpersonal therapy.
What is dual diagnosis?
A dual diagnosis, or co-occurring disorder, is a mental health disorder that accompanies a substance use disorder.
Can you relapse with depression?
Relapsing with depression is possible. You can seek professional treatment to understand and treat the root causes of the addiction to prevent future relapses. Most depression treatment programs include relapse prevention planning, aftercare, and connections to additional resources, like support groups.
Can I use the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) for depression treatment?
If you’ve been clinically diagnosed with depression, then you can receive Family and Medical Leave Act support. The FMLA ensures that you do not lose your job when taking necessary time off to heal from a serious health condition. This act also guarantees that you retain the same terms of employment that you originally had for your job.
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