Additional information to what is written on the page : “Menopause And Depression”
Major depressive disorder (MDD)
(also known as recurrent depressive disorder, clinical depression, major depression, unipolar depression, or unipolar disorder) is a mental disorder characterized by an all-encompassing low mood accompanied by low self-esteem, and by loss of interest or pleasure in normally enjoyable activities.
This cluster of symptoms (syndrome) was named, described and classified as one of the mood disorders in the 1980 edition of the American Psychiatric Association’s diagnostic manual.
The term “depression” is ambiguous. It is often used to denote this syndrome but may refer to other mood disorders or to lower mood states lacking clinical significance.
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Teen bipolar disorder is diagnosed more frequently. Because of the unique challenges, Teen bipolar disorder is diagnosed more frequently each year – as it should be. Manic depression is always a serious disorder, but when younger people are in the throes of the disease, it poses some additional challenges. Let us look at some of [...] Continue reading →
Use Bipolar Chat as a Means of Support? Bipolar disorder chatting online is currently the preferred option for the growing support for people suffering from bipolar disorder (sometimes known as manic depression). While bipolar chat option will not replace an appropriate treatment option recommended, everyone can provide some benefits for other bipolar people. As the [...] Continue reading →
Manic Episode: Another Side of Bipolar Disorder. Welcome back, my friends! My apologies for the extended absence. I’ve been very busy with other projects, which I’ll have to return to soon. Also, I wanted to make sure this article was perfect, because this one’s a little tricky. So far, most of my articles have focused [...] Continue reading →
Happy New Year, fellow freaks! Congratulations on surviving the holidays. This time of year is rough on lots of folks. It’s so bad that psychologists actually had to come up with the term Seasonal Affective Disorder to give a label to the depression many people feel during this time of year. Statistically speaking, more people [...] Continue reading →