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Beating Depression: Spot Symptoms, Seek Support

Dr. Goyal Rewa is a psychiatrist and a neuroscientist. He is currently exploring how mental health can be improved by using technology, social media, and other digital tools. Dr. goyal rewa is also considered to be one of India's most eminent psychiatrists. His work has focused on mental health services for people with mental illness, and he has contributed significantly to our understanding of schizophrenia and depression.

What Is Depression? Depression ( major depressive complaint) is a common and serious medical illness that negatively affects how you feel, the way you suppose and how you act. Fortunately, it's also treatable. Depression causes passions of sadness and/ or a loss of interest in conditioning you formerly enjoyed. It can lead to a variety of emotional and physical problems and can drop your capability to serve at work and at home.

Depression symptoms can vary from mild to severe and can include:

? Feeling sad or having a depressed mood

? Loss of interest or pleasure in conditioning formerly enjoyed

? Changes in appetite — weight loss or gain unconnected to overeating

? Trouble sleeping or sleeping too important

? Loss of energy or increased fatigue

? Increase in purposeless physical exertion (e.g., incapability to sit still, pacing, handwringing) or braked movements or speech (these conduct must be severe enough to be observable by others)

? Feeling empty or shamefaced

? Difficulty thinking, concentrating or making opinions

? Studies of death or self-murder

Symptoms must last at least two weeks and must represent a change in your former position of performing for a opinion of depression.

Also, medical conditions (e.g., thyroid problems, a brain excrescence or vitamin insufficiency) can mimic symptoms of depression so it's important to rule out general medical causes.

Depression affects an estimated one in 15 grown-ups (6.7) in any given time. And one in six people (16.6) will witness depression at some time in their life. Depression can do at any time, but on average, first appears during the late teens tomid-20s. Women are more likely than men to witness depression. Some studies show that one-third of women will witness a major depressive occasion in their continuance. There's a high degree of heritability ( roughly 40) when first- degree cousins (parents/ children/ siblings) have depression.