Nursing homes are a place of comfort and comfort can be a wonderful thing.
However, sometimes we don’t feel as if we’re in the right place.
And, like any other place, they can be full of sadness, anxiety, and depression.
In a new study, researchers from the University of California at Los Angeles and the University at Buffalo found that nursing homes in New York City are filled with depressed and anxious residents.
Their study found that 70% of nursing home residents in New Jersey were diagnosed with depression and 80% of residents in Rhode Island were diagnosed.
However if you’re in one of these homes, don’t take our word for it.
Find out how to find help for yourself, or your loved ones, at our new article.
So, how do you find the support you need to get through a difficult time?
Read on to learn more.
What’s a depression?
Depression is a chronic, painful and disabling health condition that is often caused by stress, a loss of social connection, and emotional or physical pain.
It’s a chronic condition that often develops when the body loses its ability to function properly.
The exact cause of depression is unknown.
However there are several possible contributing factors, including: The onset of depression can be difficult to identify and treat because the condition is so persistent and may be difficult for someone to accurately assess.