Depression - a State of Mood Imbalance
As this world is growing more advanced in every field possible, depression is becoming a common term talked about by almost everyone.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Do Mood Disorders Present Like?
- Sad, anxious, and empty moods.
- Feeling of hopelessness.
- Excessive guilt.
- Thoughts of self-harm.
What Does Depression Look Like?
What Is the Action of Good Mood Stabilizers?
What Is the Age of Onset of Mood Disorders?
What Is the Role of Mood Stabilizers in Depression?
How Does Depression Affect the Brain?
What Is the Consequence of Bipolar Patients Not Taking Medications?
At What Time Do Most People Get Depressed?
- Genetic predilection.
- Cranial chemistry alteration (neurotransmitter imbalances).
- Stress (personal or professional).
- Health issues.
- Hormone imbalances.
- Reduced daylight exposure or seasonal changes.
- Tragic life events (deaths, separations, or parents’ divorce).
- Family or social issues (financial loss, harassment, bullying, or peer pressure).
What Is the Onset Period of Depression?
What Is the Time Span of Bipolar Depression?
What Does a Bipolar Episode Present Like?
What Is the Long-Term Consequence of Depression?
Does Depression Show Up on Brain Scans?
Are Depression Patients Included in Disability Lists?
What Symptoms Are Most Commonly Associated With Depression?
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Depression - Awareness, Self-Diagnosis, and Treatment Modalities
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