5 Tips for Beating Depression as a College Student

Today, college students are particularly susceptible to depression. The various transitions they go through make them notably vulnerable to depression. Recently, researchers at Boston University published a study that found that over 60% of students met the criteria for a mental illness between 2020 and 2021. This is double the rate from eight years ago.…

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What’s the Difference Between Stress and Depression?

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If you are feeling overwhelmed by stress, you are not alone. Stress is good if it motivates you, but it’s terrible if it wears you down. Many factors can contribute to the pressure you experience. This stress can cause changes in your body that affect your overall physical, mental, and emotional health. Depression is more…

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What to Know About Depression and Work?

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Depression can make it hard to deal with certain aspects of your life. On a global scale, it’s the leading cause of disability. It’s estimated that at least $44 Billion are lost each year due to unproductivity resulting from depression in the workplace. At least half of employees with depression aren’t treated. However, with treatment and the proper care, depression…

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Managing Your Mental Health During a Covid-19 Spike

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During a crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic, it is common for everyone to experience increased levels of distress and anxiety, mainly due to social isolation. As a result, physicians and other frontline health care professionals are particularly vulnerable to adverse mental health effects as they strive to balance the duty of caring for patients…

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How to Manage your Work while Suffering from Depression

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Functioning in a competitive work environment is always difficult. Still, when you suffer from depression, you may feel like you are trying to work with one hand tied behind your back. Imagine a person diagnosed with depression and the difficulties they face every day. While an individual tries his or her best to cover their…

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What Does TMS Treatment Maintenance Look Like?

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What Does TMS Treatment Maintenance Look Like? Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is an FDA approved, effective, and proven treatment for treatment-resistant depression. Salience TMS Neuro Solutions remains on the cutting edge of TMS treatment with demonstrated, successful results for patients completing treatment. Additionally, we are committed to helping patients beyond their original treatment course with…

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What Does TMS Treatment Feel Like?

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What Does TMS Treatment Feel Like? We at Salience often get many questions regarding what TMS Treatment feels like and if there are any physical or lingering side effects. The short answer? TMS Treatment is well-tolerated, low risk, and there are no known long-term side effects. In reading more about TMS treatment, you’ll see why…

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Guide to Supporting Someone with Depression

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Guide to Supporting Someone with Depression Depression affects over 300 million adults and children across the world. As such a large number of people affected by this disease, the chances are high that you know someone who suffers from depression. When someone you know suffers from depression you may ask yourself “How can I help”.…

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SmartHealth PayCard and Salience TMS Neuro Solutions Team Up to Make TMS Therapy More Affordable and Accessible

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Salience Team’s Up to Make TMS Therapy More Affordable Dallas, TX – Salience TMS Neuro Solutions a national leader in TMS Therapy treatment for depression and SMARTHealth PayCard, a healthcare payment solutions leader announced today their partnership in making healthcare accessible whenever needed. “We are committed to improving the overall mental health of patients,” said…

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