Understanding the Difference Between Bipolar and Depression

While there has been an increasing amount of awareness and diagnosis of mental health conditions, many people are still learning about mental illnesses. Bipolar disorder and depression are two of the most prevalent mental illnesses, with millions of people struggling with these conditions in the United States today. 

While bipolar disorder and depression are distinct conditions, some of the similarities between the two illnesses can cause confusion. Here, we’ll discuss these conditions and how they differ.  (more…)

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Why You Shouldn’t Wait to See a Doctor After a Car Accident

After a car accident, it’s crucial to visit a medical professional for an evaluation. This is true even if you don’t yet feel any symptoms of an injury, given that your body’s fight-or-flight response and adrenaline in a crash can shield you from feeling pain in the hours, and even days after a crash. Two of the key reasons why you shouldn’t wait to see a doctor after a car accident include:

Worsening Injuries

If left untreated, many common car accident injuries will worsen over time. Whiplash, for example, may not be immediately apparent after a car accident, but can gradually become more severe when it’s left untreated. Neck pain, neck stiffness, dizziness, ringing in the ear, numbness in the arm or hand, blurred vision, fatigue, insomnia, and focus or memory problems can all result from whiplash.  (more…)

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