A person is said to be suffering from depression when five or more symptoms are present for at least two weeks. These symptoms include feeling sad, hopeless, worthless, or pessimistic. In addition to it, major depression often has behavior changes, such as new eating and sleeping patterns.
Major depression increases the risk of suicide. So, if you think a loved one of yours is under stress, it’s better to find a good ‘psychologist for stress in Ringsted Mid-Zealand’ (also called ‘psykolog til stress i Ringsted Midtsjlland’ in the Danish language).
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Different people are affected in different ways by the great depression. Some people have trouble sleeping, they lose weight, and they generally feel agitated and irritable. Other people may sleep and eat too much and constantly feel worthless and guilty.
The others can function quite well in the workplace and put on a "happy face" in front of others, while inwardly they felt quite depressed and interested in life. Others may have periods of several episodes. Still, others may have more and more events as they age.
Several studies have shown that more episodes of depression a person experiences, the less time there is between episodes. Also, the number of episodes a person has had to predict the likelihood of having another bout of depression.
Depression is a chronic disabling disease heart, but many severely ill depressed patients receive little or no patient therapy antidepressants. Unnecessary suffering is tragic in this newer age, drugs are very effective.
Antidepressant therapy for major depression dramatically reduces the rate of suicide and hospitalization rate. Unfortunately very few suicide victims receive adequate doses of antidepressants, and even worse most do not receive any treatment for depression.