The Differences and Similarities Between Depression and Anxiety

Depression and anxiety are both mental health conditions, but they are not interchangeable. To better understand the differences and similarities between depression and anxiety, let’s take a closer look at both conditions. What Is Depression? Depression, also referred to as major depressive disorder or clinical depression, impacts how a person acts, thinks and feels. It…

Musings From a Scientist by Dr. Lindsay Oberman

Last month, TMS Clinicians and Scientists gathered in Vancouver, BC, Canada for the Clinical TMS Society Meeting followed by the International Brain Stimulation Conference. Though the attendance at the Clinical TMS Society was mostly clinicians and the Brain Stimulation Conference mostly researchers, I chose to attend both meetings. As a clinical researcher, there was much…

The Best Outcome From Depression Therapy

Obtaining the Best Outcome from Depression Therapy

Depression is a complicated phenomenon. Researchers estimate that Major Depressive Disorder will be the leading cause of illness in developed countries by the year 2030. There are many factors involved in depression, including neurotransmitters (brain chemicals), hormones, gut health, nutrients, and sleep. That is why an integrative approach to depression therapy is best. While there…