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Just "sad" vs "depressed", what's the difference?

by ritcha filterfar » Tue Jun 29, 2021 8:13 am

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At present we have learned and getting to know more about depression It makes us understand that actually the cause or symptoms of people around us are at risk of depression since time immemorial. But we may never know, never notice, think he's just in a sad mood.

But how do we know that we or those around us just temporarily sad or risk of depression

Just "sad" vs "depressed", what's the difference?
We can differentiate the symptoms of people with depression. with depression patients by observing normal symptoms of sadness with depression By differentiating symptoms as follows:

normal sad mood
violence
mild sadness There are only a few joint symptoms. and a little like
difficult to sleep
a little distracted
I don't want to eat, but I haven't lost weight.
duration
often not long or having a very sad period for a few days

doing important activities
Can use daily life normally enough. Even if the quality is somewhat reduced, such as going to work, including taking care of yourself such as taking a shower and eating normally

depression
violence
Sadness is present most of the time, almost every day, and is accompanied by other symptoms, such as:

unintentional weight loss
can't sleep
Can't concentrate, can't decide

feel too guilty
having the thought of not wanting to live want to kill yourself

duration
Often has depression that lasts for several weeks (at least 2 weeks).

doing important activities
Sadness causes problems with studying, working, or taking care of yourself.
If symptoms are compatible with depression or normal sadness but persists for more than 2-3 months, should seek advice from a doctor for advice, find a solution, and if you have suicidal thoughts even within a few days You should see a doctor immediately.

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