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Happiness, sadness, and depression
every time I speak openly about depression or express feelings of sadness and frustration. "As psychiatrists, we have a big problem: We cannot distinguish unipolar depression from bipolar depression said. Depression saps our energy, and ability to experience joy, pleasure, excitement, anticipation, satisfaction, connection, politics, Religion, and Reform and meaning. This inability to tell which disorder a patient has is a problem because antidepressant medication usually isn't effective for treating people with bipolar disorder, he said. Decreased energy, fatigue, and/or being "slowed down". Our confusion can lead us to a serious condition that requires treatment (depression) or, on the other end of the spectrum, overreact to a normative emotional state (sadness). How to Cope With Normal Sadness.
Depression is an abnormal emotional state, a mental illness that affects our thinking, emotions, perceptions, and behaviors in pervasive and chronic ways. Because that way I will appear suitably, certifiably sad, and thus, depressed and then maybe people will recognise that Im depressed and perhaps theyll even offer support and assistance. But unlike people with depression, those with bipolar disorder also experience manic episodes, during which they can be very destructive. They looked at 42 maestro - comparison patients with depression, 35 with bipolar disorder and 36 individuals with neither disorder. Effective treatments exist to help bring people's lives back under control. Unlike previous experiments, this one was conducted both while patients were in a normal state of mind and while they were in a depressed state, and none of the participants were taking psychiatric medication. Insomnia, early-morning awakening, and/or oversleeping, loss of appetite and/or weight loss, or overeating and/or weight gain. Symptoms include: Persistent sad, anxious, or "empty" mood. This may include a hot bubble bath, indulging in a nap, or splurging for some really good chocolate. Positive thinking, on the other hand, triggers positive emotions.
From Depression to Recovery