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Depression

Episodes of depression may be sporadic, last for days or weeks to months.

The symptoms of depression may get worse or debilitating without professional counseling and medication treatment, if needed. Those who seek out help often find that their symptoms begin to decrease over time, if you are willing to work effortlessly to see your desired changes.

Moreover, Major Depressive Disorder or Clinical Depression can profoundly impact an individual's cognitive processes and actions, potentially causing an increase of emotional and physical complications, including recurrent headaches or persistent back pain.

  • Persistent Sadness: Prolonged feelings of sadness.

  • Loss of Interest: Diminished enjoyment in once-loved activities

  • Fatigue: Constant tiredness and lack of energy.

  • Trouble Concentrating: Difficulty focusing or making decisions.

  • Appetite Changes: Significant changes in eating habits.

  • Sleep Disturbances: Insomnia or excessive sleepiness.

  • Negative Thoughts: Feelings of worthlessness or guilt.

  • Physical Symptoms: Unexplained aches, pains, or headaches.

  • Irritability: Increased sensitivity and impatience.

  • Thoughts of Death: Recurrent contemplation of death or suicide.

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Furthermore symptoms may include:

Through regular counseling sessions with the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), individuals can identify the causes of their depression, make necessary behavioral changes, set realistic goals, regain a sense of happiness, and eventually mollify symptoms of depression.

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