Short answer, yes. 6 million a year.* There is a societal stigma around depression for both men and women. Depression is becoming more accepted and normalized but has a long way to go. Untreated depression accounts for more than 43.7 Billion dollars a year in lost time, reduced production and treatment costs.* Men experience even more stigma about being depressed because it goes against the narrative of being a strong, independent, emotionally balanced provider.
Women tend to have an easier time identifying depression when compared to men. Women experience more of the common emotions associated with depression, sadness and hopelessness. Men may experience irritable moods, anger and hostility and confuse depression with stress or life discomfort.
Treating the source, not just the symptoms. ...TMS NW
All Living Yoga classes are free, trauma-informed, recovery-sensitive, and taught by our trained volunteers. From our living rooms to yours. All are welcome. ...Living Yoga: OUR MISSION IS FOSTERING HEALING AND RESILIENCE THROUGH TRAUMA-INFORMED YOGA.
Cedar Hills Hospital is dedicated to providing outstanding care and treatment to the men and women who bravely serve the United States Armed Force including active duty, family members, and veterans. Our ...Cedar Hills Hospital- Military program