Major depression is a mood disorder characterized by emotional, behavioral and cognitive dysfunction. Individuals having depression history in their families have a higher risk of suffering from depression.
Depression is a compulsive and highly repetitive disorder that decreases functionality. Not the only the patients but also their relative face similar problems, such as disappointment, exhaustion, despair, etc. The pessimism of the patient is thought to be reflected on his/her relatives too.
Postnatal depression is also known as “puerperal syndrome” or “postpartum syndrome”. Postnatal depression is a universal disorder that is curable.
The rate of depression patients, who do not react to the treatment despite drugs and psycho-social interventions, is thought to be 15%. The emotional, social and economic hardships still continue in these patients despite the treatment.
Memories are sometimes hurtful, sometimes kind… But if you are constantly thinking about the past and hurting, if the future does not seem to exist and you can’t concentrate on the moment you live in, and not even keep your attention on conversations, you may be suffering from serious depression!
Depression, one of the mood disorders, is a psychological disorder in which the person experiences feelings of sadness, hopelessness, guilt and sorrow; where alongside of symptoms like fatigue and inability to enjoy life there is deterioration in sleep and dietary patterns.