Monday, 6 February 2017

Depression: Dysthymia

Information and a View from the Inside Imagine a world in which there is no hope; the glass is never half full, but always half empty. There is no light at the end of the tunnel; instead, the tunnel is dark and goes on forever. Imagine having these pessimistic feelings of hopelessness for years and years. These are symptoms of chronic depression, also known as dysthymia. To be diagnosed with dysthymia a person usually has to have been in a constant state of depression for at least two years. They also have to exhibit at least two behavioral symptoms such

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