Depression is more than feeling sad. It is a full-fledged psychological illness. We feel more intense negative emotions that last longer, a loss of motivation and interest in any type of activity. This condition makes daily life very difficult.

Depression can affect anyone, regardless of age, gender or ethnicity. People with depression experience many psychological and physical symptoms. You may feel tired, but you can’t sleep. You may find it hard to concentrate on a task, have feelings of failure, guilt and suicidal thoughts.

Don’t wait until you are in a state of distress to seek help, people with depression are sometimes victims of their own prejudices and those that exist in society. Acknowledging and admitting your depression is the first step to getting out of it.

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