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Transcript of Depression
It’s not just a state of mind; it can even show physically
A depressed person can have body aches, headaches, high blood pressure, fatigue, and feeling of constant tiredness.
The levels of depression can range from mild to severe, to clinical
Lots of things influence whether a person gets depressed. Some of it is biology — things like our genes, brain chemistry, and hormones. Some is environment, including daylight and seasons, or social and family situations we face. And some is personality, like how we react to life events or the support systems we create for ourselves. All these things can help shape whether or not a person becomes depressed.
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Depression affects people of every age, economic situation, and race.
There are different kinds of depression that hit people differently. Some people may have mild depression that normally would hit them after a sudden big change in their lives, like post-partum depression prevalent in new mothers, or for some, it could turn into major depression over a period of time. Understand the meaning of clinical depression here.
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