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What Is Major Depression

What Is Major Depression Major depression, also referred to as clinical depression, is the severest form of depression. Sufferers experience a constant state of hopelessness and despair. The symptoms are far more severe that those experienced by people suffering from chronic depression. They very often have significant difficulty sleeping, eating, working, and even enjoying the company of their family and…

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What Is Depression And What Can Cause Depression

What Is Depression And What Can Cause Depression? Introduction Many people describe depression as a severe case in which someone feels extreme inadequacy, and feels useless within themselves the majority of the time. It can be a mental condition that can result in a lack of goals, desire and motivation and in the long-term can eventually lead to a loss…

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What Is Depression

What Is Depression According to the World Health Organization (WHO), depression is the fourth most burdensome disease each year. Burdensome diseases are defined as those that affect people for an extended period of time, typically for years. They estimate that there are 120 million people that suffer from this illness every year worldwide. In the U.S. the total estimated to…

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What Is Chronic Depression

What Is Chronic Depression It is estimated that in the United States approximately 17 – 18 million Americans suffer from depression every year. Of those people, only 5 to 6 million people actually seek treatment. This is unfortunate, because depression is a treatable medical condition. About 80% of those that have sought treatment have reported that their lives were significantly…

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What Can Be Done for Depression

What Can Be Done for Depression? All of us get depressed from time to time and it is not uncommon for us to have a case of the blues. That doesn’t mean, however, that you are suffering from a problem with clinical depression. This difficulty is something that affects millions of people in the United States alone and it can…

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Using Visualization to Fight Depression

Using Visualization to Fight Depression Not every answer for combating depression can be found at the bottom of a medication bottle. There are other ways of handling the condition including visualization. If you feel like you are experiencing a strong level of depression, it is best to seek out a physician to have the condition evaluated in diagnosed. Different patients…

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Understanding Depression and What Causes It

Understanding Depression and What Causes It Before we talk about what depression is, let’s dispel some of the myths and misunderstandings about depression. First off, if you are depressed it does not mean you are weak. Both Winston Churchill and Abraham Lincoln are both revered heroes — and both suffered from serious depression during their lives. In fact there are…

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Understanding Depression

Understanding Depression Winston Churchill described his depression as a black dog that followed him around constantly. The sad truth is that not much has changed in the way depression is stigmatized in society today than it was when Mr. Churchill was walking his black dog. It is still an issue that those suffering from the illness feel must be swept…

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Understanding Childhood Depression

Understanding Childhood Depression Childhood depression is on the rise in America and other developed countries. It is estimated that as many as one in thirty children will experience depression at some point, and all indications are that this number is rising. The reasons for this rise in childhood depression are not fully understood, but if you believe that your child…

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Treating Mild Depression Naturally

Treating Mild Depression Naturally It is normal to experience periods of feeling down, but if you are feeling sad for weeks or months at a time then it could be that you are suffering from depression. There are different degrees of severity when it comes to the disorder. Sometimes people with mild depression are able to overcome their depression without…

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