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Kinds of depression are different, like different kinds of diabetic or high blood pressure problems. And you may find that you or someone you love sort of fits in more than one category. This is OK. You are not training to become a psychologist. You simply want to understand that depression comes in different forms.
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This one is less life shattering than major depression but it makes anyone who has it miserable. It is a constant depression which varies from being mild to moderate. It's a sadness that stays with you. It lasts over 2 years. Most people can continue to work, go on with activities, and manage to have relationships. But just under the surface is that negative, pessimistic feeling.
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When you are in the manic stage you feel very high, enthusiastic, unable to slow down, and very impulsive .You can have bad judgment and do things that you would never ordinarily do. This can cause severe problems with shame and embarrassment. You become very irritated if anyone suggests you calm down and slow up. You can feel nothing is impossible, have grand ideas, and think you have no limits.
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We have watched Tony Soprano go in and talk to his therapist as well as Robert DeNiro, the crime boss talking to his therapist played by Billy Crystal in the movie 'Analyze This'. Watch any soap opera and they will get around to having a character see a shrink. Bob Newhart had a popular comedy show about a psychologist and his hilarious contacts with his patients from group therapy. So we all know about therapy.
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Depression and anxiety become a way of living for many of us. It is not the way life is supposed to be. The big advancement in the medical field is undeniable. Mind issues though are more difficult to deal with. Your brain is more complex than the myocardial muscle. Leave aside the risks associated with the Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor (SSRI) drugs like Paxil and Prozac, the problem is that these drugs address the effect and not the cause of the problem. The mechanism of action of these drugs is blocking the re-absorption (reuptake) of Serotonin by certain nerve cells in the brain.
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Could correcting sleep apnea remedy depression? For more than twenty years studies have suggested the existence of a relationship between depression and obstructive sleep apnea in the general population, therefore the correction of sleep apnea may be a remedy for depression.
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Are you trying to overcome depression? Perhaps you suffer from seasonal depression that is just starting to lift as the spring months approach. Whether you are a person who experiences low grade depression (like a chronic virus) or a deep unrelenting sad mood that seems to stretch over the horizon, it is likely you are here, seeking ways to lift that ton of bricks off your shoulders.
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While there is no clinical classification that separates male depression from female depression, clinicians have reason to believe that depression in men may take a different curve from the way women face depression.
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Depression affects ever imaginable part of your life. It has negative effects on important things like your success with employment, your social life, and even your physical health and appearance. One thing that being depressed has an absolute knack for ruining, is your relationships with others... especially romantic ones.
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The exact causes of postpartum depression are unknown,but rapid hormonal changes that accompany pregnancy and delivery may trigger depression. Levels of the hormones estrogen, progesterone, and cortisol fall dramatically within 48 hours after delivery. Women who go on to develop postpartum depression may be more sensitive to these hormonal changes. Postpartum depression (PPD) is a condition that describes a range of physical and emotional changes that many mothers can have after having a baby.
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