Depression is one of the most common psychological troubles, distressing nearly everyone through either personal experience or through depression in a family member. Depression can impede with normal functioning, and normally causes problems with work, social and family change. Serious depression can destroy family life as well as the life of the depressed individual. The majority of the people with depression can be helped with treatments, but, almost depressed people never get the help they need. When depression isn't treated, it can get worse. The impact of depression cause immense emotional pain. It also interrupts the lives of millions of people; however it negatively influences the lives of families and friends. Depression reduces work efficiency and absence. This has a major negative impact on the economy. Depression has many symptoms which are when:..
You feel sad or cry a lot and it doesn't go away.
You feel guilty for no real reason; you feel like you're no good; you've lost your confidence.
Life seems worthless or like nothing good is ever going to happen again.
You have a negative attitude a lot of the time, or it seems like you have no feelings.
You don't feel like doing a lot of the things you used to like-- like music, sports, being with friends, going out-- and you want to be left alone most of the time.
It's hard to make up your mind. You forget lots of things, and it's hard to concentrate.
You get irritated often. Little things make you lose your temper; you overreact.
Your sleep pattern changes; you start sleeping a lot more or you have trouble falling asleep at night. Or you wake up really early most mornings and can't get back to sleep.
Your eating habits change; you've lost your appetite or you eat a lot more.
You feel restless and tired most of the time.
You think about death, or feel like you're dying, or have thoughts about committing suicide
There are two kinds of depression: The sad type, called major depression, dysthymia or reactive depression, and manic-depression or bipolar illness, when feeling down and depressed exchange with being accelerated and sometimes acting uncontrolled. Major depression is when five or more symptoms of depression are present for at least two weeks. These symptoms contain in a feeling sad, hopeless, worthless, or pessimistic. As well, people with major depression often have behavior changes, such as new eating and sleeping patterns. Major depression increases a person's risk of suicide. Dysthymic Disorder is distinguished by chronic depression, but with less severity than a major depression. The essential symptom for dysthymic disorder is an almost daily depressed mood for at least two years, but without the necessary criteria for a major depression. Low energy, sleep or appetite disturbances and low self-esteem are usually part of the clinical picture as well. If anyone has any of these different kinds of symptoms, and they've lasted several weeks, or causes a big change the person’s everyday life, it would be necessary to get help, like a psychologist, or your school counselor. Many people may get depressed, but it mainly hits on teenagers. Teenagers also have problems with alcohol or other drugs. (Alcohol is a drug, too.) Sometimes the depression comes first and people try drugs as a way to run away. Teenagers may get depressed for the reasons that their parents might be getting a divorce or because of major financial problems. Another reason is either a loved one died or may be dying or if his or her girlfriend/boyfriend broke up with them. Frequently teens act in response to the pain of depression by getting into a lot of trouble, for example it may led to alcohol, drugs, or sex, this will make them have an effect in school (bad grades). Nearly everyone who is depressed doesn’t commit suicide. Depression has increased the danger of committing suicide or suicide attempts. People