Everyone feels less than comfortable in their skin from time to time. But what if you wake up with this feeling and go to sleep? What if it starts to dominate your daily life and you start to lose interest in the things around you? Then chances are you are dealing with depression.
This feeling can last for several weeks, months and even much longer. In this, ups and downs are experienced. In 15% there is even chronic depression.
Different types of depression
Depression knows with in different variations.
Seasonal depression - These are depressions during a season. Often called winter depression.
Postpartum depression - This depression occurs after childbirth due to hormone changes or vitamin and mineral deficiencies scented the pregnancy.
Psychotic depression - this form of depression involves thoughts that do not match reality
Manic depressive - this also involves a bipolar disorder where mood swings are very large. From very happy and cheerful to negative and gloomy. These fluctuations have a great impact on daily life such as work, family and friends.
Dysthymia - a mild form of depression. Describable as dejected feeling
Symptoms in depression.
Depression varies from person to person and feelings are experienced differently by everyone. The approach to depression can also vary from person to person and form to form.
If you experience depression you will always suffer from the following symptoms