Mental health professionals such as psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers can people cope with depression. what do psychiatrists do?
a. they study behavior and emotions and practice psychotherapy with individuals or groups, but they cannot prescribe medications.
b. they work with family members of someone being treated for mental disorders, and may also work as individual or group counselors.
c. they diagnose and treat mental disorders by conducting exams, ordering and interpreting tests, and prescribing medications.
there are many different warning signs for many different situations and, depending on the situation, they all have varied importance. for example, on the back of a truck you might see a sign that says it's slow or that it carries hazardous material. both of these are important, but only one might be considered absolutely necessary. the slow-moving vehicle sign is to prevent road rage or confusion while the hazardous material sign warns people to be extra careful around it and, it something happens to the truck, to proceed with more caution than you would with a regular truck.
the enzymes in your saliva are amylase or ptyalin.