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Depression

Depressiontastic
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Karen McUnicorn

on 11 October 2013

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Depression: Facts and Figures
Introduction
Depression is getting more common as time progresses. More and more teens are falling into the deep, dark abyss that consumes about 121 million people. Some people don't even realize that they have depression, and then some people don't know what to do when a peer has depression. It's time to find out.
The Symptoms
There are a lot of symptoms of depression - and they're all important to know. Here they are:
You can't sleep or sleep too much
Previously easy tasks are difficult
Feelings of hopelessness
Appetite or weight changes
Anger or irritability
Loss of energy
Self-loathing
Reckless behavior
Concentration problems
Unexplained aches and pains
Understanding Depression:
The first step in dealing with your depression or someone else's depression is actually UNDERSTANDING your depression. Know what you or your friend is dealing with. Men, women, teens, and mothers all get depression differently. But let's focus on teens. Even though some teens appear sad, others don't. Lots of the teens that have depression get angry easily, and have outbursts. If this depression is untreated, it could lead to problems at home, drug abuse, or self-inflicting pain. Luckily, teen depression is easily treatable.
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