A common but serious mood disorder, identified by persistent feelings of sadness, low energy, and a loss of interest in pleasurable activities.
Excessive worry can cause restlessness and irritability, and may interfere with daily life, such as your job or relationships.
Most frequently associated with difficulty concentrating or completing tasks, this condition and can lead to problems at school or work.
A chronic and severe mental illness that interferes with a person’s thoughts, emotions and behavior, characterized by visual or auditory hallucinations, and delusions. Typically manifests in early adulthood.
The key symptom is having a delusion (a false, fixed belief) involving real-life situations that could be true but aren’t, such as being followed, being plotted against, or having a disease. These delusions last for at least 1 month..
Developing as a result of a frightening, dangerous or otherwise traumatic experience, post-traumatic stress disorder is defined by persistent symptoms of nightmares, frightening thoughts, flashbacks to the event, or avoidance of places, objects, or activities that remind one of their experience.
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