not “burly”. Guilt, low self esteem, lack of energy and concentration all affect daily life and actions.
Depression manifests in many symptoms, and the individual can not create the whole picture. But if you check yourself and make sure it is easy to distinguish between a transient sadness from this disease.
Thoughts and feelings:
- low self-esteem and belief in yourself;
- forgetfulness, problems with concentration and decision-making;
- a negative way of thinking;
- the idea that life has no meaning;
- the constant feeling of guilt;
- a sense of their insignificance;
- low libido;
- upset over nothing;
- insensitivity to what is happening;
- the inability to communicate with others or feeling that nobody understands you;
- bad mood;
- the desire to be alone;
- the feeling of emptiness;
- loss of interest in Hobbies.
- the removal of the other;
- problems in communication;
- frequent desire to cry;
- hurting yourself;
- sleeping and eating in larger or smaller amounts than usual;
- the increased craving for alcohol and tobacco.
- the gain or loss of appetite;
- the lack of interest in sex;
- lack of energy;
- muscle pain;
- the sleep disorder and the menstrual cycle.
If you are experiencing 4 or more of these symptoms constantly (!) for two weeks, so this could be depression and it is time to see a doctor. By itself, it usually fails.