Major depressive disorder

Major depressive disorder is usually associated with symptoms such as feelings of deep sadness, worthlessness and guilt, social withdrawal, loss of interest in previously enjoyed activities, loss of sexual desire, changes in sleep and appetite patterns, fatigue, and low energy that persist for at least two weeks and are severe enough to impact upon social or occupational functioning.

Links to other sites 
Listed below are links that may provide you with more information about Major depressive disorder.  Alpine Clinic does not sponsor or endorse any of these sites, nor do we guarantee their accuracy.  These links are provided for your general education and information only, and should not be relied upon for personal diagnosis or treatment. If you have any questions, please contact your health care provider.

APA Resources for the Public:  Depression
NIMH - Depression
All About Depression and Depression Information - Mental Health Net 
Depression, NAMI,29 Sep 96, 18 Oct 96

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