Depression Articles


#LadiesAndBabies: Postpartum Depression

6 September, 2019

You must be waiting for the second series of Ladies and Babies. So here we are with a new topic – ‘Postpartum Depression’. We aim to educate our female population about issues and problems we often go through. Always remember, we are the ones who run the world. Let us get started with today’s topic. …


Get Rid Of Depression: Top 10 Herbs That Can Help

4 January, 2019

Depression is a rapidly growing mental issue that is surrounded by various causes. Even many people with the problem are not aware of their suffering which leads to adverse effects on health at later stages. Read below to know how depression can be cured with Ayurveda herbal remedies. Depression is one of the extremely complex …


PPD (Postpartum Depression) – My story & Learning

12 August, 2016

A member of the New Moms’ Club shares her experience with PPD I was a girl who was full of life until PPD struck me and I couldn’t understand what made me cry all day and night long during my japa period. I cried for the first time when I didn’t lactate for 3 days …


How I overcame Postpartum Depression & You can too

11 August, 2016

I had heard and read a lot about the so called “Postpartum Depression” when I was pregnant and I just laughed over it every time. I was so sure that I would never be the one to get affected as I was very confident about myself being quite a strong person. But then it hit …


PostPartum Depression: Voice of an Expert

12 February, 2016

Mimansa Singh Tanwar, Clinical Psychologist and Coordinator Clinical Psychology at the Department of Mental health and Behavioural Sciences in Fortis Healthcare explains postpartum depression and how to cope with it. When I was pregnant, I would often be advised “enjoy these nine months and pamper yourself to the fullest! Your life is going to change …


Postpartum Depression: Voice of Indian moms

1 February, 2016

As a part of one of our initiatives to spread health awareness and provide moms medical assistance at their time of need, Credihealth created the New Moms Club – a club home to more than a staggering 11,000 moms from across India and foreign countries. Although the focus is to help moms with their health …


“When Motherhood felt like a punishment!” My Postpartum depression Story

27 January, 2016

<p>After a year of my marriage I got pregnant and from the day I revealed the good news there was a continuous flow of advice and good wishes, but then I was so happy about my pregnancy that it never bothered me. Although at times it confused me. ...


Why Don’t We Take Depression Seriously?

30 September, 2014

Why depression needs to be taken seriously Feeling of sadness, loss of interest in everyday activities, loss of appetite, lack of sleep, and poor concentration are just some signs of depression, a common mental disorder that affects a person’s ability to function and cope with everyday routine. In its most severe form, depression can lead …


Treating Anxiety, Depression & Insomnia

20 August, 2014

In a day and age where lives are becoming more and more complicated, stressful and hectic, psychological distress has become commonplace. However, it is important to understand the day-to-day distress one feels is not the same as ‘mental disorders’ that are clinically identified and defined. Although you may be experiencing many of the symptoms, the …


Dealing with Depression: Everything you need to know

28 March, 2014

What is depression? Feeling sad or depressed at times is a normal reaction to loss or life’s struggles. However, when intense sadness envelops a person, involving feelings of hopelessness, worthlessness and helplessness, which last from days to weeks and keep a person from functioning normally, it is referred to as depression. Different forms of depression …


Do Sleeping Pills Help with Sleep Disorders?

10 October, 2019

When you wake up, the problem might be deeper than you think. A majority of people who suffer from sleep disorders don’t even realize that they have a problem. They chalk it down to stress, tension, work pressure and even bad diet, not realizing that such struggles with sleeping are not normal. Signs and Symptoms …


10th October : World Mental Health Day 2019

10 October, 2019

World Mental Health Day is celebrated every year on 10th October to spread awareness about mental disorders and diseases. World Federation for Mental Health founded the awareness day in 1992 and since then people all over the world are holding events, making announcements, spreading awareness and celebrating #WorldMentalHealthDay. As of now, more than 150 countries …


How Sleep Leads To A Healthy Body And Skin: 7 Amazing Truth

23 September, 2019

The truth is that beauty sleep is not just for women but it is for everyone and beauty sleep is just an 8 hours sleep paired with healthy sleep habits. People — especially women called it beauty sleep because it is a practice they do whenever there is an approaching occasion. Fact, beauty sleep should …


#LadiesAndBabies: Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

19 September, 2019

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a condition that influences a woman’s emotions, physical health, and behavior during certain days of the menstrual cycle, usually before the menses starts. Credihealth is back with the next topic in the series ‘Ladies and babies’. Today we will discuss PMS, its symptoms, causes, and tips to overcome those symptoms. We …


#LadiesAndBabies: Childhood Cancer

10 September, 2019

Superheroes don’t wear capes, they fight CANCER! It is already September and we, at Credihealth, are celebrating Childhood Cancer Awareness Month with the rest of the world. Cancer is a fatal illness that has been pacing ahead of medical science. So far researchers and professionals have not come about with a cure for cancer. This …


The Ill Effects Of Drinking Alcohol During Pregnancy

3 September, 2019

If you are pregnant, you will have to think carefully about what you can eat and drink, and what medicines you can take. Drinking alcohol during pregnancy amounts to sharing your drink with your developing baby. The same level of alcohol you ingest is ingested by your baby. If you are thinking of having alcohol on New …


#LadiesAndBabies: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

2 September, 2019

‘Who run the world? GIRLS!’ Beyonce could not be more right when she tells us that we, girls, run this world. Both literally and biologically, the female population partakes largely in the preservation of this world. This makes women’s reproductive health all the more important. But the awareness of women’s health versus its significance is …


#CrediTalk: Gynaecological Misconceptions By Dr. Leena N Shreedhar

31 August, 2019

Many people in India live around many myths. Myths are nothing but a false belief or idea that people follow blindly. These false facts can have a serious impact on people’s health. Myths have been spread all over social media, which is one of the biggest sources of communicating with the whole world. Unfortunately, we …


How To Deal With Trauma In Child’s Life

27 August, 2019

When a child experiences trauma, his life is altered forever. Those who suffer loss, abuse or neglect early-on in life, may often suffer from serious psychological and emotional disorders after the traumatic event. Child trauma bricks up one’s potential in truly unimaginable ways. Children who have experienced traumatic events need to feel safe and loved. All …


Normal Delivery? 12 Changes In Your Body

16 August, 2019

After the birth of her newborn, the mother’s life is completely governed by her little one but nevertheless, the postpartum care is important to recover from the trauma your body has suffered during delivery. There are so many changes brought by pregnancy which continue even after the baby is born. Just like pregnancy, the postpartum …