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Depression is a state of mind that is caused by prolonged stress. Depression is not a disease, but it is a cluster of many symptoms such as

Anxiety, restlessness, nervousness, apprehension, anticipation, guilt, panic, frustration, irritability, anger and mania, lack of confidence, sadness, crying, withdrawal from the society, suicidal thoughts or attempts, isolation, neglecting responsibilities, using alcohol, cigarettes or drugs, sleep disorders, insomnia, unpleasant dreams or nightmares, difficult concentration, confusion, forgetfulness, memory problems , indifference to loved ones, not interested in anything, poor performance, always washing hands, fear of infection, hypochondriasis, obsessive compulsive disorder, hysteria and schizophrenia.

How Does Depression Affect Our Lives?

Depression can happen to anyone. A film star, politician, doctor, lawyer, police, judge, businessman, school or college going children, housewife or elderly all can suffer with depression. Depression can also be genetic. If someone is under depression, he or she has no interested in any work, always unhappy, always crying, angry, cannot give 100 percent in any work, always lags behind from others, withdraws from the society, ignores responsibilities, doesn’t have interest in studies or sports, bad results in studies, does not get promotion in job, problem in getting job, use of alcohol, cigarettes or drugs, housewives have trouble in adjusting with children, husband or in-laws. A person living in depression tends to fall behind in every sphere of life. If you have depression, do not hesitate to treat it immediately because depression can also be fatal.

Physical Symptoms Of Depression

Over Expectations, Over Thinking, Over Ambitious

Sexual Mindedness, Perversions

Suspiciousness, Jealousy

Timidity, Shyness, Low Self - Esteem, Lack Of Confidence, Fear Of Taking Anything New, Inferiority Complex

Negative Thinking, Permission, Phobias

Perfectionism And Fastidiousness

Hysteria, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Schizophrenia, Maniac Depression