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Author: Mark Goodworthy

Common And Obvious Causes Of Depression

This expression may also refer to as a state of melancholia, sadness, unhappiness, or relatively a downturn in mood that may last only for hours or days. Generally, depression can be quite distinct from clinical depression; however, if the same mood persist for at least two weeks and is accompanied with other symptoms that obstruct the normal daily routine, it may be diagnosed as clinical depression or dysthymia. It may also be other diagnosable mental illness, or as sub-syndromal depression, alternatively. In psychiatry, the term depression may mean several things like hopeless, discouraged, sad, or “down in the dumps”....

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Are You Allowing Depression To Take Control Of You?

Feeling sad is very normal for human beings. You feel it when you break-up, lost a job or someone dies. After feeling down, you should soon recover from the sadness and move on with your life. Unfortunately not everyone can do this. Sometimes, for no apparent reason, people get sad for long periods of time. This is considered to be depression. Depression is considered to be a psychological disorder that can be very harmful. Mild cases of depression would make a person cry for no reason and feel inconsolably sad. People, who have extreme depression, find themselves unable to...

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