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  • Key Facts about Depression
    More than 20 million people in the United States suffer from some form of depression, ranging from mild “blues” to cripplingly severe despair. Knowing the facts about depression can help remove some of the mystery and allow you to gain a better understanding of the condition.
  • Recognizing the Signs of Depression in Employees
    As an employer, you may not be sure how to address specific concerns with your employees, especially when you're dealing with topics like depression. While it's not your job to diagnose employees, you can help direct them to the appropriate resource if you're concerned that they may be depressed.
  • Spotlight on the Signs of Clinical Depression
    Clinical depression is a term commonly used to refer to one of several types of clinical depression. The most common are major depressive disorder and dysthymia. In this article, you will learn about the signs and symptoms of these two different forms of clinical depression
  • Understanding the Characteristics of Major Depression
    The characteristics of major depression (also known as clinical depression, unipolar depression, or major depressive disorder) can sometimes be difficult to notice, especially since the onset of symptoms is often gradual.
  • The Definition of Major Depression
    Major Depression is a serious mental illness with overwhelming feelings of sadness and loneliness. The symptoms of depression are so severe that they interfere with daily living and may lead to serious consequences, including suicide.
  • Learn the Early Symptoms of Major Depression
    The early symptoms of major depression can be subtle and easy to miss. Find out more about the early signs and symptoms of this mental disorder - and what to look for.
  • Comparing Anxiety to Depression
    A comparison of anxiety to depression shows differing underlying emotions and symptoms, while also revealing commonalities. Anxiety and depression can both be present as co-occurring disorders or in isolation.
  • The Signs of Depression in Women
    Women, twice as likely to experience depression as men, may show different symptoms. In addition to traditional depression symptoms, they may be more likely to experience anxiety, somatization, appetite increase, oversleeping and hostility.
  • Spotlight on the Signs of Depression
    Depression is a serious psychological condition that reduces enjoyment of life and may lead to suicide. Treatment is most successful when symptoms are noticed early on. Common signs of depression include changes in sleeping and/or eating patterns, social withdrawal, fatigue, and anhedonia.
  • How to Deal with Stress and Depression
    Stress and depression are common, treatable mental health conditions that often occur together. In addition to medication and therapy, you can use self-care techniques, such as diet, exercise and relaxation therapies to help get rid of your stress and depression symptoms.
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