Why you should go to rehab for depression
The thought of rehab often conjures up images of individuals dealing with alcohol and drug issues. While people suffering with substance misuse problems are often the individuals that seek out rehab, more and more people suffering from mental health disorders are attending immersive retreats including anxiety clinics and rehab for depression.
Rehab has become a common destination for people seeking help with depression, anxiety, and other mental health disorders they struggle to cope with alone. Inpatient rehab centers that specialize in depression and other mental health issues make it possible for someone struggling with their problems to heal and get better long-term.
Depression is a difficult mental health disorder to pin down. There are different types of depression and according to research, up to 5% of adult Americans can experience one of its forms at any given time. Depression may include:
- ·Major depressive disorder
- ·Persistent depressive disorder
- ·Substance-induced depressive disorder
- ·Disruptive mood dysregulation disorder
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