Everyone feels sad from time to time, but Depression is more than just “feeling blue” for a day or two. Depression is a persistent sadness or loss of interest that doesn’t go away; it’s a disorder of the brain that can affect the way a person thinks, acts and feels. Some symptoms may include:
- Feeling hopeless, helpless, or worthless
- Feeling irritable or anxious
- Having decreased energy
- Having difficulty concentrating
- Feeling restless
- Appetite change
- Thoughts of death or suicide
If you or your loved one have experienced any of these symptoms, don’t hesitate to contact us. Our knowledgeable clinicians are here to help personalize a treatment plan for you.
For additional information about Depression, please see the resources below:
For more symptoms of Depression, please click here.
For more on older adults & Depression, please click here.
For information about coping & support, please click here.
For an overview of Depression, please see this video from the National Institute of Mental Health:
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