Depression has been identified as being responsible for a large number of adults being unable to attend work or enjoy social activities.
Depression is a disturbance in mood characterised by varying degrees of disappointment, sadness, hopelessness, loneliness, self-doubt, poor motivation and guilt. It can severely disrupt how you function, eat, sleep, and get along with others. Some people are more prone to anxiety and or depression, and it can develop for no apparent reason. You may have no particular problem or worry, but symptoms can develop quite suddenly. An episode of anxiety or depression may also be triggered by a life event such as relationship problem, bereavement, redundancy or illness. In many
An episode of anxiety or depression may also be triggered by a life event such as relationship problem, bereavement, redundancy or illness. In many people, it is a mixture of the two. For example, the combination of a mild low mood with some life problem, such as work stress, may lead to a spiral down into depression.
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