Below you will find information on the topics of depression and mental health so you can learn more and also have more resources to turn to for help.
The Recovery Village Columbus -
This link provides you with a list of many places to go for more information and help with depression and mental health.
The links below provide information on Co-Occurring Disorders: Addiction and Mental Health and also Depression and Addiction.
A person with a co-occurring disorder has been diagnosed with a substance abuse disorder and another mental health disorder.
Depression and Addiction:
Depression is a common illness that can be devastating if untreated. People who suffer from depression often turn to alcohol or drugs to feel better but end up developing another dangerous condition instead.
Opus Health -
Dual Diagnosis Signs, Symptoms, and Treatment:
“Dual diagnosis” refers to someone who has both a substance use disorder (alcohol or drug-related) and a mental health disorder at the same time.
Mental Health and Mesothelioma
The most common mental health conditions in cancer patients include anxiety, depression, and coping issues. A study by Psycho-Oncology found nearly 25 percent of cancer patients experience symptoms of depression.
Both men and women can experience depression; however, they may experience it differently. For instance, men may have a more challenging time recognizing their symptoms or discussing their feelings with others.