Track-1 : Clinical Depression
A continual sense of hopelessness and despair is a sign you may have major depression, also known as clinical depression. Female gender is considered a risk factor for clinical depression. Studies suggest that 20-25% of women will be affected by major depression at some time in their life whereas in men it is 7-12%. Genetic, physical, hormonal, social, psychological cause, poor sleep and drugs are the major risk factors for Clinical depression.
Track-2 : Depression, Anxiety and Stress
Depression is a common and genuine therapeutic ailment that contrarily influences how the individual feel the manner in which you think and how you act. Anxiety, a feeling defined by a disconcerting condition of inward disturbance, of times amid nervous behaviour like pacing back and forth, substantial objections, and rumination. Stress is mental tension induced by demanding, taxing or burdensome circumstances. Stress doesn't just change our mental state and mood; it affects our physical health as well.
The people who are experiencing the anxieties and depression they may loss of craving and their conduct will be accommodation perinatal gloom and nervousness issue are interesting, anyway people with despondency usually encounter side effects like those of a pressure issue, for instance, worry, contact, and issues sluggishness and considering.
Track-3 : Depression, Anger and Addiction Recovery
Addiction is a physical or psychological need to do, take or use something, in which a person engages in the use of a substance or in a behaviour for which the productive effects provide a compelling incentive to repeatedly pursue the behaviour despite detrimental consequences. These disorders include lawful and unlawful medications, gambling, sex, and other motivation control issue. Addiction psychiatrists are substance misuse specialists. Advancing measure of logical information, like the wellbeing impacts and medicines to substance misuse, has prompted progressions in the field of addiction recovery.
Track-4 : Depression in Childhood and Adolescence
Depression in childhood and puberty is like a grown-up serious depressive issue, albeit youthful sufferers may act expanded crabbiness or forceful and reckless conduct, as opposed to the sweeping misery related to grown-up types of depression. Children who are under pressure, encounter misfortune, or have considered, learning, behavioural, or tension issue are at a higher hazard for wretchedness. Youth gloom is regularly co-sullen with mental scatters outside of another state of mind issue; most generally tension issue and direct issue.
Track-5 : Depression and Alchohol
Alcohol is a depressant: It alters the systems of nerves and affects delicate balance of chemicals in your brain and body that help to control our mood, so cutting back or stopping drinking can help to improve mood. Heavy alcohol consumption alters the brain’s neurotransmitters. Chemicals such as serotonin and dopamine will fluctuate rapidly with alcohol consumption. Serotonin helps balance a person’s mood, whereas dopamine controls the brain’s reward system. Unusually high or low levels of these chemicals can trigger symptoms of depression, among other health problems.
Track-6 : Chronic Illness and Mental Health
Mental health diseases are serious medical conditions that disturb a person's thinking, feeling, and mood, ability to relate to others and result in a reduced ability to cope with the daily activities. Mental health disorders and chronic diseases are both common and disabling. Mental health disorders are depression, bipolar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Like chronic illness, mental health disorders are treatable by following a treatment plan designed for them by a trained psychologist or psychiatrist.
Track-7 : Depression and Public Health
Depressive disorders are a significant public health issue, which cause a high economic burden for society, related to both direct and indirect costs. Depressive disorders also influence significantly the outcome of medical illnesses such as cardiac diseases, diabetes, and cancer. Management of depressive diseases in public health care should include treatment with the newer antidepressant agents and focus on concomitant unhealthy behaviors as well as treatment adherence.
Track-8 : Epidemiology of Mood Disorders
The significance and impact of mood disorders in the community outweighs that of most other chronic diseases. Comorbidity of mood disorders with anxiety disorders and substance abuse has been documented widely. Substance abuse and mood disorders imply to be independent etiologically, anxiety and mood disorders result from partially common etiologic factors.
Track-9 : Counseling and Antidepressant Medication
Treatment for depression often involves counselling and antidepressant medication. These medications can help to modify a person’s brain chemistry in order to stabilize moods. Antidepressants are generally not considered addictive, and they are unlikely to be abused. This is especially helpful when treating a person with concurrent depression and alcoholism, as those with substance use disorders are more apt to attempt to abuse medications.
Track-10 : Mental Illness and Rehabilitation
A mental illness might be a condition that influences an identity's reasoning, feeling or inclination. Psychiatric rehabilitation supports affected individuals to improve the emotional, social and intellectual skills required to learn, live and work in the society with the least amount of professional support.
Track-11 : Fight against Depression
Treating depression includes both clinical and spiritual components. Left untreated, depression can have devastating ramifications. Antidepressant medication and professional therapy can successfully treat depression at a rate of more than 80%. There exists a wide variety of sources to seek help, starting with your family doctor and/or employee assistance programs.