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. 


Mild Depression
What is mild depression? What are the symptoms of mild depression? What risks are associated with mild depression? What treatments are available for mild depression? The answer to these mild depression questions can be found in this article.
Depression Therapy
Depression therapy may consist of a variety of different types of treatments for depression including drug therapy, psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), interpersonal therapy (IPT), electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), hormone therapy, light therapy, and more.
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.
Reactive Depression
What is reactive depression? This article helps define reactive depression and offers information on the causes, risk factors, symptoms, and treatment options for reactive depression. Being depressed can be caused by a number of factors, reacting is just one.
Depression Quiz
Depression quizzes are a way of determining if you have any key signs or symptoms of depression. An online depression quiz is one way to evaluate yourself, keep in mind there are many types of depression, ways to screen or test for depression, and depression treatments vary.
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.