What Are The Major Signs Due To Which You Can Identify That You Have Depression?

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Depression is a serious disease. Fortunately, the world is trying to understand this fact that depression can very dangerous for life and people have not started to take it as disease. Previously people did not use to take it seriously and they did not even regard depression as a disease because they used to believe that this is something which is just in the mind of people and can be avoided if we divert ourselves and stop thinking too much but with the passage of time people started getting aware of the fact that depression is way more than this and it cannot be and should not be taken lightly.

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A number of times people take it as something very normal and they have no idea that what it can do to them later in their lives. Therefore, it is always better to consult a doctor if you feel changes in your personality. A commonly asked question is that how people can identify that they have depression. There are certain signs through which you can identify that. This article intends to highlight the major signs that you may see if you have depression.

Changed behavior:

A major sign you may observe in yourself is that you will feel that your behavior is changed and you do not live your life the way you used to be. You do not feel like going out much, speaking to people, being around in people and so. If you are seeing this kind of changes in your personality and these signs are not going away, you need to get yourself checked.

Negative thoughts:

If you feel that your thought pattern has shifted to a negative side and you feel negative all the time, there may be something wrong with you and you need to get yourself checked because negative thinking that ruins you badly.

Physical changes:

You may observe physical changes in your personality as well. You may not feel hungry at all and lose your appetite. You may sleep less or may not sleep at all. You may feel tired, bored and drained all the time. if these are the signs that you are observing, you should go to the doctor.

About the Author

Vincent Rager

Vincent Rager is a clinical psychologist with more than 10 years of experience. He has previously worked for United States Veterans Initiative and Safe Refuge: Substance Abuse Foundation, SASCA Programs, Long Beach, CA.

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