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Mood disorders, also known as "mood (affective) disorders," are those conditions that affect your emotional state. For example, depression and bipolar are mood disorders. The mental health profession’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders V (also known as the DSM5 ) also includes...
The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that slightly more than 18 percent of adults in America suffer with an anxiety disorder. Most people naturally feel tense and anxious when confronted with a threat, whether actual or imagined. The stress response prepares the body for action—fight-or-flight—and protects us from blindly stumbling into dangerous situations. It ... more

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