Does this sound like you?

I’ve had months at a time where I wake up and get that sinking, doomed feeling knowing that today is going to be a bad day.

I feel flat every day and just tired.

I am pretty useless socially, I don’t want to talk to anyone or do anything.

Many people equate Depression with sadness but the truth is depression can be a lot of things. Oftentimes this sneaky brain disorder feels like hopelessness, isolation, guilt, anxiety, a lack of energy and/or disrupted sleep.

Treatment is supposed to improve a persons’ life but some people complain about the side effects of antidepressants like nausea, weight gain, loss of sexual desire, fatigue or insomnia.

After trying one or two antidepressants, some people just can’t find one that works. You shouldn’t have to deal with negative effects to treat your depression. If you’re not happy with the medication you are taking, maybe it’s time to consider other options. [Learn more]

Over 80% of people who get help for their depression see an improvement in their quality of life.


According to the CDC, 1 in 10 adults report having depression.


Women experience depression at twice the rate of men.


33% of patients who take antidepressants for the first time experience a sub-optimal response to medication.

Related Diagnoses

Depression is often misdiagnosed or exists alongside other disorders, making it challenging to treat effectively. You may be experiencing depression if you have struggled in the past with:

  • Anxiety
  • OCD
  • ADD
  • PTSD
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