Depression In Adults

Depression may be called a chronic mood disorder, worthlessness, sadness, and lack of interest in the world around affects the way you think, behave and act that leads to many physical and emotional problems. It typically starts in the early 20s or 30s and a person faces trouble while carrying out their daily tasks. It is natural to feel low at times in response to life's challenges and losses, but if this feeling tends to be constant for a long time, it affects the desire to take interest in activities and do things every day.

Friends and family support and compassion plays a crucial role in a person's recovery from depression. Depressed people prefer to isolate themselves, give support and voice complaints, allowing them to share their feelings. It is important to speak less and listen more, pretending that you are able to listen without prejudice, allowing them to get rid of negative feelings and stay positive when dealing with depression. Because of shame, people may not be able to tell precisely what they feel when awaiting judgment because of which communication becomes problematic. By educating yourself about a depressed person's behavioral characteristics and implications, reading their minds becomes easier, and you may become tolerant of their frustrating symptoms. Helping identify the source of stress in your life and brainstorming around how to overcome it may have dramatic personality changes.

A depressed person's relationship and social skills are significantly diminished, making them feel ashamed, inferior, and self-conscious in social gatherings which further encourages them to withdraw from society. Abnormal eating habits in depression due to a lack of self-care are common. Motivation to perform the everyday tasks may be difficult due to a depressed person's physical limitations. People around a depressed person are usually frustrated during the depression phase as they are unable to perform daily tasks such as paying bills, cleaning house, staying hygienic, which doesn't imply they are lazy. Instead of complaining about them and criticizing them for their attitude, they should offer a hope.


  • Persistent sadness
  • Irritation, restlessness
  • Fatigue
  • Suicidal tendencies
  • Headache
  • Loss of interest in recreational activities
  • Feeling of worthlessness

Risk Factors & Causes

  • A family history of depression
  • Stressful personal or professional life
  • Chemical imbalance in brain
  • Changes in hormones


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Showing you value them unconditionally helps to some degree in battling their negative feelings. You should bear in mind what not to say in front of a depressed person, asking them what they're doing, where they're going might be annoying them.

Suicide is the leading cause of death among young people, which is the worst result of depression. Depressed person's suicidal talks should be taken seriously and you may offer necessary support to allow them to defeat this stigma. Depression is a prevalent side effect and people often struggle to deal with it. Person may need therapy to stay alive because there is no cure for it but a person's conditions vary over time. With help of psychotherapy a person can lead a normal life and may get rid of emotional suffering.

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