Depression

Depression is a common and severe therapeutic sickness that harmfully affects how you feel, the manner you ruminate and the way you react. Luckily, it is also curable. Depression causes feelings of unhappiness and/or a loss of curiosity in actions once enjoyed. It can lead to a diversity of sensitive and physical complications and can deduce a person’s capability to function at work and at home.

Depression indications can differ from slight to severe and can comprise:

  • Feeling depressed or having a low mood
  • Loss of curiosity or desire in activities once loved
  • Changes in appetite — weight loss or gain
  • Difficulty in sleeping or sleeping excessively
  • Loss of liveliness or increased weakness
  • Feeling useless or awkward
  • Difficulty thinking, focussing or taking decisions
  • Thoughts of death or suicide

Symptoms must last at least two weeks for a diagnosis of depression.

Also, medical situations (e.g., thyroid problems, brain tumor or vitamin deficiency) can mimic symptoms of depression so it is important to rule out general medical causes.

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