Welcome to Depression Stats

depression facts

This site is designed to help those who may be suffering from depression, or who may have family or friends who are depressed. Our goal is to provide information, statistics, warning signs, and treatment options for depression so that people may become educated about the different types of depression and be able to more effectively overcome depression. Get help with clinical depression, anxiety, and disorders. 


Mental Depression
Mental depression is a general, non-technical term for a dampening of a person’s mood. Mental depression can be a temporary response to stressful or painful life events or a mental health disorder. This article provides an overview of mental depression.
Natural Cures for Depression
Ginkgo biloba and St. John's wort are advertised as natural cures for depression. Herbal remedies are often controversial when used for treating any disease. Keep reading to learn more about treating depression with natural cures, or herbal remedies.
Insomnia and Depression
Sleep, or lack thereof, and depression have a complicated and multifaceted relationship. This article examines the various interactions between sleep and depression, with a focus on insomnia and depression. Keep reading for more on insomnia and depression.
Postpartum Depression
Unlike pregnancy depression, which occurs while the baby is growing inside its mother, postpartum depression (PPD) occurs after the baby is born. This article will review what is known about causes and risks, symptoms, and information about treatment of postpartum depression.
Depression Support
Depression support may come in different forms. For most people who are depressed, support comes from a variety of sources. This article gives an overview of the different types of support that may be of assistance to a depressed person. Keep reading for depression support sources.
Teenage Depression
Teenage depression, or adolescent depression as it is also called, is a condition for which it is important to seek early medical attention. This article aims to help in the recognition of teenage depression so that appropriate treatment may be promptly sought.