5 Warning Signs of Depression
Depression is clinically understood as an illness, but quite often the warning signs given when someone is becoming depressed are misread, and sometimes they go completely unnoticed. When the symptoms are regarded in isolation it is all too easy to dismiss them as indicators that someone is just 'being sad' about a particular event.
If you are aware of all of the symptoms of the illness, and see a number of them combined, then this may be a clear indication that someone is suffering from depression, and medical help should be sought.
As with all medical conditions they key to treating this illness is early diagnosis. The longer that a person lives with depression the more likely they are to suffer from it's more serious negative effects.
What are the signs?
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