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9 signs a bad mood can be depression

9 signs a bad mood can be depression

How to distinguish a temporary blues from a dangerous illness. If you list the possible symptoms of depression, there are hundreds of them, because almost any discomfort in the body or change in the psyche can be a manifestation of it. We took the most common symptoms and grouped them into nine groups. They closely mimic the Hamilton Depression Scale , a questionnaire template that psychiatrists, psychotherapists, and general practitioners can use to identify depression. In this scale, we collect…

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Memo for patients with depression

Memo for patients with depression

“I absolutely do not want to get out of bed in the morning. I don’t want to go to work, the mood is lousy, I don’t want to communicate with anyone ” “I don’t want to eat anything, I’ve lost weight, I think all the time that I’m a failure. Colleagues say that I am appreciated at work, but I am sure that I am about to be fired. “ “I often have a headache, everything has become completely uninteresting….

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The consequences of depression

The consequences of depression

Bad mood is a phenomenon that is quite familiar to each of us. Some of us are more prone to episodes of low mood, some less, but everyone will agree that no one likes being in such a state for a long time. Often, the depressed mood is not taken seriously, some even treat it with contempt and call this state “weak-willed”, or “the desire to attract attention to be regretted,” etc. Of course, there are times when we can…

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RECOGNIZING HUMAN DEPRESSION. HOW DOES IT DIFFERENCE FROM A BAD MOOD?

RECOGNIZING HUMAN DEPRESSION. HOW DOES IT DIFFERENCE FROM A BAD MOOD?

Depression is a psychological disorder that manifests itself as malfunctioning of the nervous system. People often confuse the concept of depression and bad mood. But from a medical point of view, these are completely different types of deviations from the normal state of the body. Accordingly, they must be treated using different methods. Diagnosing depressionIf a person has a bad mood for several days, then it is already worth thinking about the presence of failures in the nervous system. Determining…

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Stress and hormones that help him.

Stress and hormones that help him.

Seemingly very simple advice. I have long suspected that the increased and ever-increasing stress on the human nervous system requires increased attention and efforts to develop a relaxation habit. About the physiology of stress and hormones that take part in the destructive stress “business” below: The stress hormone in the blood triggers the same reactions in the human body that made our distant ancestors fight or flee when faced with predators or other environmental hazards. For glands that produce hormones,…

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Reasons, myths and recipes – how to overcome depression and be happy

Reasons, myths and recipes – how to overcome depression and be happy

Causes of depressionSome forms of depression are passed down from generation to generation in the family, which suggests that the existing biological predisposition to the disease may be hereditary. Absence, with a constant pessimistic view of themselves and the world around them, or easily stressful. It is unclear whether these factors are psychological predisposition or early manifestation of the disease. Moreover, depression has social mechanisms. There is a certain cultural influence that affects the severity of depression in a particular…

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TREATMENT OF INSOMNIA IN DIABETES

TREATMENT OF INSOMNIA IN DIABETES

Diabetes mellitus is terrible for its many consequences. One of them is insomnia, which negatively affects the general condition of the patient. It not only aggravates physical ailment, but also provokes the emergence of various psychological disorders. Insomnia in diabetes mellitus is a very alarming syndrome that should not be ignored. With a timely visit to the clinic, doctors will help to normalize sleep function, which will save a person from a number of serious complications. INFLUENCE OF INSOMNIA ON…

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What to do if aggression occurs after a stroke in the elderly

What to do if aggression occurs after a stroke in the elderly

What to do if aggression occurs after a stroke in the elderlyStroke is one of the most common diseases in the elderly. Moreover, many are concerned about the question of what to do in case of aggression in older people after a stroke. This is one of the most common diseases of the cardiovascular system. Unfortunately, the prognosis after a stroke is disappointing. Mortality after cerebrovascular accident reaches 30 percent, and disability after a stroke is close to 50 percent….

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CORTISOL AND HAIR LOSS IS THERE A LINK

CORTISOL AND HAIR LOSS IS THERE A LINK

As you know, stress can lead to intense hair loss. Cortisol is produced in the adrenal cortex and performs many important functions, is involved in the metabolism of proteins, fats and carbohydrates, and is one of the main hormones in stress reactions. Therefore, hair loss and cortisol are inextricably linked. The main function of cortisol is the adaptation of all human organs and systems to stress. When faced with danger, the threat signal activates the hypothalamus, then the pituitary gland…

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Depression. Why are they suffering? Classification. Symptoms Treatment

Depression. Why are they suffering? Classification. Symptoms Treatment

The word “depression” is one of the most popular.Every person has used it at least once in his life, describing his condition. Depression is often confused with other disorders, such as: dysthymia – mood disordersdysphoria – gloomy irritability and dislike for othersapathy – lack of interest in lifehypothymia – persistent decrease in mood and various activitiesblues – agonizing boredomdeprivation – a sense of their own insignificance and uselessness.This misconception is spread by numerous sources describing depression superficially, combining terms from…

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