The normal ups and downs of life and the feeling of sad and “the blues” from time to time might mean you may have a mood disorder. And if you have that feeling of emptiness and despair that has taken hold of your life and will not let go that could be a sign of depression.
Depression makes it tough to function and enjoy life like you once did. And getting through the day can be very overwhelming. But not matter how hopelessness you feel you will get better. Understanding the signs and symptoms of depression is the first step to overcoming the problem. Depression has no age limit and can affect men, women, and children. It does not matter who you are or what you are. What is depression? It is sadness or downswings in moods and normal reactions to life’s struggles, setbacks and disappointment. Many people use the word “depression” to explain these kinds of feelings. But depression is much more than feeling sad and having the blues all the time. Depression affects people in different ways and depression can be called major depressive disorder, major depression, and they might refer to it as clinical depression but it is all the same thing a mood disorder. Not only does depression affect the way you feel, think, and the way you behave it could also lead to physical problems. It can make you have trouble with daily activities and make you feel like life is not worth living anymore. Depression is just more than having the blues and feeling sad and you just can’t snap out of it overnight. When you have depression you may experience trouble sleeping and even insomnia. There can be a change in your appetite and have some weight loss and then you could just eat and eat and then you will have weight gain and that will make you feel bad and more depressed because you have gained a lot of weight. With depression you could have frequent thoughts of death and even suicidal thoughts. With depression there are many