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Overview

Depression is a mental illness that has an impact on all your other domains of life. It is important to seek treatment and stick through it and rehabilitation is one of the best facilities for a plan of treatment. Holistic treatment is the key to successful rehabilitation. It's all about assisting people in making lifestyle adjustments that will help them heal in the future from their disorders. Patients in rehab are taught how to live lives that are meaningful, and productive. The purpose of any good rehab programme is to educate people on how to deal with their emotions, communicate effectively with others, and deal with the stresses of everyday life. As with chronic conditions like depression, it's recommended that you choose a rehab treatment that combines talking therapy, psychotherapy, sessions, and depression medication. Cadabams rehabilitation centre for depression and other psychiatric disorders understands that each person's treatment needs are different, thus we offer depression treatment plans that are totally tailored to each of them Our team of top psychiatrists and mental health professionals will work directly with you to help you reclaim your health and happiness.
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How long is rehabilitation treatment for depression?

Rehabilitation treatment is designed by the psychiatrist keeping in mind the severity of the issue, for example, if the depression is mild, moderate or severe and the progress during the duration.

When should I consider Rehab for depression?

You can consider rehab treatment for depression if you feel that:

  • Your condition is affecting the relationships in your life.
  • Depression affects your work or academics in a negative way.
  • It makes you feel overwhelmed often.
  • You feel tired and exhausted and cannot put enough energy into seeking therapy every week.
  • Thoughts of self-harm and/or suicide is persistent and bothering you.