Depression is an often debilitating mental illness that can manifest in anyone, regardless of age, race, class, or location. Despite the serious and widespread nature of the disease, it is often either ignored or not taken seriously, but depression doesn’t have to be a life sentence. Neurocore Brain Performance Centers, located in both Michigan and Florida, are centers where people with depression can go to get unique treatment for their illness. Learn more about Neurocore at Crunchbase.
One thing that many people don’t understand is that there isn’t just one type of depression. A patient could be suffering from seasonal affective disorder where the season affects their depression, postpartum depression after giving birth, or major depressive disorder, among others.
— Neurocore (@neurocore) July 5, 2018
In addition, Neurocore points out that the symptoms of depression might be hard for friends and family to notice. Symptoms can include feelings of sadness or emptiness, significant weight gain or loss, and a loss of interest in things or activities. These symptoms can be difficult for those around the person to notice, making it important for the patient to find help themselves if they notice signs of depression or persistent sadness or emptiness.
Depression is a very common mental illness. Among young people, suicide is shockingly the second most common cause of death, only after automobile accidents. Suicide and suicidal thoughts are common among those who suffer from depression.
Neurocore Brain Performance Centers are treatment centers were struggling individuals can go to get a customized plan to recovery based off of diagnostic tests that show what’s going on in a patient’s brain. The centers help those with ADHD, anxiety, ASD (autism spectrum disorder), depression, memory problems, migraines, sleep problems, and excessive stress and issues with stress management.
Neurocore has locations around both Michigan and Florida, so they are able to help as many people as possible. Locations are in Boca Raton, Florida; Palm Beach, Florida; West Bloomfield, Michigan; Sterling Heights, Michigan; Livonia/Detroit metro area, Michigan; Holland, Michigan; Grandville, Michigan; and Grand Rapids, Michigan. See more information at Linkedin about Neurocore.