• What is depression? +

    Everyone experiences sadness from time to time, but depression is not just having the “blues”. It is a complex mental Read More
  • What are symptoms of Depression? +

    The list is not complete, and not everyone who is depressed experiences all of these symptoms. The severity of symptoms Read More
  • What are the reasons for becoming depressed? +

    We are still not sure what causes depression. Experts say depression is caused by a combination of factors, such as Read More
  • Is depression treatable? +

    Yes , Treatment of depression involves medicines and Counseling / Psychotherapy. Whereas medicines treat the chemical imbalance in your brain, counselling helps Read More
  • Can depression be cured? +

    Yes, Depression like any other illness is completely curable, if treated properly with appropriate medicines & for adequate duration. Read More
  • How do medicines help to treat depression? +

    Medicines for treating depression are called antidepressants . They correct the chemical imbalance in the brain that Causes depression. Modern antidepressants Read More
  • What is the duration of treatment? +

    Usually treatment for depression is to be continued for about 4-6 months, after feeling completely well, to avoid relapse. Some Read More
  • Can Depression recur? +

    Yes. Recurrences are common. Even though the initial episode of depression may resolve, a long lasting change in the biology Read More
  • Will life be normal again after depression? +

    Yes ,  depression is one of the illnesses in which full cure is possible and gets back to normal life gradually. Read More
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The list is not complete, and not everyone who is depressed experiences all of these symptoms. The severity of symptoms varies with individuals and varies over time.

When You're Depressed..

  • 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 meaningless 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 think about death, or feel like you're dying, or have thoughts about committing suicide.
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