Bipolar Disorder: A Diagnostic Chameleon

by Samoon Ahmad • August 14, 2019

As seen in Psychology Today. Bipolar disorder is a relatively common affliction that affects as many as 2.6 percent of the U.S. population, if not more. It is also within the top 20 leading causes of disability globally and has a higher rate of hospitalization, suicide attempts, and completed suicides than major depressive disorder. Despite […]

Depression and Insomnia: understanding the co-morbidity and treatment options

by Samoon Ahmad • April 9, 2019

As seen in Psychology Today When one has difficulty sleeping, the waking world seems opaque. On top of feeling tired and fatigued, those who experience sleep disturbances can be irritable and have difficulty concentrating. When one has more severe cases of insomnia, one also faces a higher risk of developing heart disease, chronic pain, hypertension, […]