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✨30 Major Depressive Disorder Symptoms: Are You Depressed?✨

posted in Health & Fitness
06/04/2014
  • 30. Feelings of Sadness
People who are depressed are most often described as “sad”. They may feel overwhelming sadness and the inability to be happy. This feeling may penetrate every part of their daily activities.
    30. Feelings of Sadness
    People who are depressed are most often described as “sad”. They may feel overwhelming sadness and the inability to be happy. This feeling may penetrate every part of their daily activities.

  • 29. Irritability
Some people who are depressed experience anger and irritability. These people may be unhappy about their life and activities in it. They may find faults in things and people that used to make them happy.
    29. Irritability
    Some people who are depressed experience anger and irritability. These people may be unhappy about their life and activities in it. They may find faults in things and people that used to make them happy.

  • 28. Frustration
Depressed individuals may get frustrated at simple things in their every day life. It could be as small as finding nothing interesting on television. They may also become easily frustrated with themselves or other loved ones.
    28. Frustration
    Depressed individuals may get frustrated at simple things in their every day life. It could be as small as finding nothing interesting on television. They may also become easily frustrated with themselves or other loved ones.

  • 27. Focusing On Small Matters
People who are depressed tend to focus on small issues that are inconsequential. These small problems may disturb them greatly. They may not be able to see the big picture.
    27. Focusing On Small Matters
    People who are depressed tend to focus on small issues that are inconsequential. These small problems may disturb them greatly. They may not be able to see the big picture.

  • 26. Inability To Have Fun
Some people who are depressed seem to be unable to experience fun or enjoyment anymore. They may have a good time, but after the activity is ended, they are back in a poor frame of mind.
    26. Inability To Have Fun
    Some people who are depressed seem to be unable to experience fun or enjoyment anymore. They may have a good time, but after the activity is ended, they are back in a poor frame of mind.

  • 25. Reduced Sex Drive
Depressed individuals may experience physical symptoms, which can manifest in an inability to enjoy sex. They may not experience pleasure in the same way they used to.
    25. Reduced Sex Drive
    Depressed individuals may experience physical symptoms, which can manifest in an inability to enjoy sex. They may not experience pleasure in the same way they used to.

  • 24. Loss of Interest In Daily Activities
People who are depressed may lose interest in their normal, daily activities. This can be as simple as not wanting to go to work, and as dangerous as not wanting to take their medications.
    24. Loss of Interest In Daily Activities
    People who are depressed may lose interest in their normal, daily activities. This can be as simple as not wanting to go to work, and as dangerous as not wanting to take their medications.
  • 23. Insomnia
Some people who are depressed spend their nights worrying and experience insomnia. They may resort to taking sleeping medication or drinking alcohol in order to try to get rest.
    23. Insomnia
    Some people who are depressed spend their nights worrying and experience insomnia. They may resort to taking sleeping medication or drinking alcohol in order to try to get rest.

  • 22. Excessive Sleeping
Depressed individuals may conversely sleep excessively. They may not want to leave their beds, and can spend hours lounging in bed. They may also fall asleep at inappropriate times.
    22. Excessive Sleeping
    Depressed individuals may conversely sleep excessively. They may not want to leave their beds, and can spend hours lounging in bed. They may also fall asleep at inappropriate times.
  • 21. Overeating
People who are depressed may overeat. Some people mistakenly console themselves with junk food, like ice cream and fast food. This is because eating releases pleasure chemicals in the brain and can provide the temporary yet false belief of feeling better. This feeling doesn’t often la
    21. Overeating
    People who are depressed may overeat. Some people mistakenly console themselves with junk food, like ice cream and fast food. This is because eating releases pleasure chemicals in the brain and can provide the temporary yet false belief of feeling better. This feeling doesn’t often la
  • 20. Loss of Appetite
Some people who are depressed experience a loss of appetite. This may be from anxiety and feeling nauseous. They may also slip into destructive eating habits in an attempt to control part of their world.
    20. Loss of Appetite
    Some people who are depressed experience a loss of appetite. This may be from anxiety and feeling nauseous. They may also slip into destructive eating habits in an attempt to control part of their world.
  • 19. Restlessness
Depressed individuals may feel restless, like they want to do something, but don’t know what it is. This symptom can show itself with foot tapping and twitches. Depressed individuals may also have a short attention span and move from activity to activity without fully enjoying any
    19. Restlessness
    Depressed individuals may feel restless, like they want to do something, but don’t know what it is. This symptom can show itself with foot tapping and twitches. Depressed individuals may also have a short attention span and move from activity to activity without fully enjoying any
  • 18. Angry Outbursts
People who are depressed may get angry without reason. They don’t understand what is happening to their mind and may feel helpless, which can manifest in angry outbursts at inappropriate times and to people who don’t deserve it.
    18. Angry Outbursts
    People who are depressed may get angry without reason. They don’t understand what is happening to their mind and may feel helpless, which can manifest in angry outbursts at inappropriate times and to people who don’t deserve it.
  • 17. Slowed Thinking
Some people who are depressed may have a delayed thinking process, for instance quickly forgetting what they were saying or doing. For a youth, this can be difficult in a school setting.
    17. Slowed Thinking
    Some people who are depressed may have a delayed thinking process, for instance quickly forgetting what they were saying or doing. For a youth, this can be difficult in a school setting.

  • 16. Slowed Movements
Depressed individuals may also experience slowed movement. They may not walk as fast as they used to. If they used to be active, they may not exercise any longer.
    16. Slowed Movements
    Depressed individuals may also experience slowed movement. They may not walk as fast as they used to. If they used to be active, they may not exercise any longer.

  • 15. Indecisiveness
People who are depressed may exhibit indecisiveness in their daily lives. They know that certain activities will not make them happy, so they cannot choose what to do and become indecisive.
    15. Indecisiveness
    People who are depressed may exhibit indecisiveness in their daily lives. They know that certain activities will not make them happy, so they cannot choose what to do and become indecisive.

  • 14. Easily Distracted
Some people who are depressed get easily distracted. No activity holds their concentration. They might spend hours watching television or surfing the internet when they should be working or focused on other tasks.
    14. Easily Distracted
    Some people who are depressed get easily distracted. No activity holds their concentration. They might spend hours watching television or surfing the internet when they should be working or focused on other tasks.
  • 13. Decreased Concentration 
Depressed individuals may show signs of decreased concentration. Studying may be particularly hard. They may stare into space for hours instead of focusing on one task.
    13. Decreased Concentration
    Depressed individuals may show signs of decreased concentration. Studying may be particularly hard. They may stare into space for hours instead of focusing on one task.
  • 12. Fatigue
People who are depressed may experience great fatigue. This could be caused by improper sleep. They may want to sleep because they don’t have the will or energy to do anything else.
    12. Fatigue
    People who are depressed may experience great fatigue. This could be caused by improper sleep. They may want to sleep because they don’t have the will or energy to do anything else.

  • 11. Loss of Energy
Some people who are depressed suffer a loss of energy. This could be physical, where they stop doing normal activities. It could also be mental and emotional, where they push away loved ones.
    11. Loss of Energy
    Some people who are depressed suffer a loss of energy. This could be physical, where they stop doing normal activities. It could also be mental and emotional, where they push away loved ones.

  • 10. Feelings of Worthlessness
Depressed individuals may feel worthless and like no one loves them. They feel like they contribute nothing to society and that people hate them. This can lead to more destructive thoughts, like suicide.
    10. Feelings of Worthlessness
    Depressed individuals may feel worthless and like no one loves them. They feel like they contribute nothing to society and that people hate them. This can lead to more destructive thoughts, like suicide.

  • 9. Feelings of Guilt
People who are depressed may feel guilty for having a mental disorder. They feel that their sadness places a burden on others. They may think that if only they were stronger, no one would have to suffer because of them.
    9. Feelings of Guilt
    People who are depressed may feel guilty for having a mental disorder. They feel that their sadness places a burden on others. They may think that if only they were stronger, no one would have to suffer because of them.

  • 8. Fixating on Past Failures
Some people who are depressed fixate on past mistakes and failures. They be insignificant and as simple as burning dinner. However, these simple mistakes can be overwhelming for those with depression.
    8. Fixating on Past Failures
    Some people who are depressed fixate on past mistakes and failures. They be insignificant and as simple as burning dinner. However, these simple mistakes can be overwhelming for those with depression.

  • 7. Trouble Thinking
Depressed individuals may have trouble thinking clearly. Their thoughts are clouded and confusing. Their depression will get in the way of normal thought processes.
    7. Trouble Thinking
    Depressed individuals may have trouble thinking clearly. Their thoughts are clouded and confusing. Their depression will get in the way of normal thought processes.

  • 6. Trouble Concentrating
People who are depressed may have difficulty concentrating on everyday tasks. Doing the laundry or cooking may be too overwhelming for them.
    6. Trouble Concentrating
    People who are depressed may have difficulty concentrating on everyday tasks. Doing the laundry or cooking may be too overwhelming for them.

  • 4. Crying for No Reason
Depressed individuals may find themselves crying for no reason. They may see a sad commercial on television and start crying. They may start crying during conversations with people. They may also start crying from no direct cause, but their own inner sadness.
    4. Crying for No Reason
    Depressed individuals may find themselves crying for no reason. They may see a sad commercial on television and start crying. They may start crying during conversations with people. They may also start crying from no direct cause, but their own inner sadness.
  • 3. Thoughts of Suicide
People who are depressed may start thinking about suicide. Their self destructive thoughts can become extreme. If a person confides in you that they have thought of committing suicide, be sure to report it to their loved ones or urge them to talk to a medical professional.
    3. Thoughts of Suicide
    People who are depressed may start thinking about suicide. Their self destructive thoughts can become extreme. If a person confides in you that they have thought of committing suicide, be sure to report it to their loved ones or urge them to talk to a medical professional.
  • 2. Thoughts of Death 

Some people who are depressed think not only of their own death, but the death of others. They may threaten others, or mention destructive activities. If you think a person is in danger of harming themselves or others, you may consider caling the police immediately.
    2. Thoughts of Death

    Some people who are depressed think not only of their own death, but the death of others. They may threaten others, or mention destructive activities. If you think a person is in danger of harming themselves or others, you may consider caling the police immediately.
  • 1. Physical Pains

Depressed individuals may also experience physical pain brought on from their emotional pain. They may get sick more often, and feel a general malaise. They may experience headaches and migraines. They may also have constant muscle pain and stiffness.
    1. Physical Pains

    Depressed individuals may also experience physical pain brought on from their emotional pain. They may get sick more often, and feel a general malaise. They may experience headaches and migraines. They may also have constant muscle pain and stiffness.
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