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Monday, May 9, 2011

How To Overcome Clinical Depression

Clinical depression is one of the types of depression that affect a lot of people, but the good news about clinical depression is that it is not difficult to overcome, psychiatrists  see clinical depression  as the type of depression that dwells on the gloomy end of the spectrum. They refer to it as “unipolar depression”.

 Symptoms Of Clinical Depression

1) Loss of interest in all your normal activities.
2) Sleeping much more or much less than normal.
3) A dramatic change in your appetite, leading to noticeable weight gain or weight loss.
4) Feelings of worthlessness, guilt, or hopelessness that things won’t improve.
5) Abnormal tiredness throughout the day.
6) Having trouble concentrating or thinking.
7) Thinking about death or suicide more than usual etc.

What to do to overcome clinical depression:
·         Consult your doctor: Clinical depression is a serious medical condition that is very  complicated to treat. You need the help of a therapist who will provide psychological treatments.
·         Join an online forum support group offering advice on depression treatment.
·         If you are christian talk to your pastor about it.

Where to get help:
If you don’t know where to go for help, Listed below are the types of people or places that will provide diagnostic and treatment services:
·         Family doctors.
·         Mental health specialist such as psychiatrists, psychologists and mental health councellors.
·         Health maintenance organisations.
·         Community mental health centers.
·         Hospital psychiatry departments and outpatient clinics.
·         University or medical school-affiliated programs.
·         State hospital out-patient clinics.


  1. Its great to see that people are sharing quite profitable information with each other and now we can move our selves to a new era.

  2. I really enjoyed reading your post on Clinical Depression I can also relate to it as well. I too suffer from Clinical Depression, and I am also doing a blog on Depression, Anxiety, and Bipolar on


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