Mary used to have a thriving garden, but lately, she doesn't have the energy to tend to it. She's sleeping longer and finding it hard to get out of bed. The future seems dark and uncertain, and Mary wonders if there's a place for her in it. When she was younger, she took medication for depression, but she stopped once she started feeling better. She was too embarrassed to ask for a new anti-depressant prescription, but then she learned how to treat depression online. Today, she's feeling better than ever, and her garden is looking beautiful.

Facts About Depression

Depression is more than just sadness. It's a long-term illness that affects every aspect of your life and makes it hard to function. Here are a few common symptoms:

  • Feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and emptiness
  • Anhedonia, or loss of interest in things you used to enjoy
  • Sleeping too much or too little
  • Feelings of worthlessness
  • Thoughts of suicide or self-harm

Depression can be caused by many different factors, but the most common are brain chemistry and hormones. Most people can treat their depression with anti-depressants, like SSRIs. Women like Mary may experience depression as a result of menopause, and a recent study suggests that hormone-replacement therapy can mitigate depression symptoms. Whatever the cause, it's easy to treat depression online with Cirrus Medical Network.


For many people, depression makes it hard to get out of the house and see a doctor. That's where we come in. See your online doctor for depression! Our physicians have experience with treating this illness medically. Your doctor will begin with a phone call or video chat to discuss your symptoms. Then you'll get a prescription for the medication your doctor feels is best, and he or she will monitor your symptoms. You'll work with your doctor to find a treatment plan that matches your individual needs.

At Cirrus, we believe that seeing your primary care physician should be easy. Make an appointment today to get started with Your Doctor. Online.