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depression

noun debasement, decline, deflation, depreciation, despondence, despondency, dispiritedness, dolefulness, economic decline, gloom, lowering, lowness, maeror, sinking, slump
Associated concepts: economic depression
See also: anguish, curtailment, decrease, distress, pessimism, prostration
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The validation of atypical depression among Chinese outpatients with depressive episodes in general hospital].
Particular interest in this construct grew from studies that suggested that atypical depression is more responsive to a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI) than to a TCA, but also that SSRIs are not dearly superior to MAOI.
008) while changes in atypical depression scores were significantly related to allergy-specific IgE positivity (P = .
Unlike other types of depression, atypical depression has well-defined symptoms; mood swings, carbohydrate cravings, weight gain, fatigue, lethargy, sensitivity to rejection, and a family history of diabetes.
Atypical depression is one of the manifestations of Cushing's Syndrome.
For example, to what extent is atypical depression a useful category anyway (Branney & White, 2008; Smith, 2008)?
He outlines diagnosis, symptoms, suicidal behavior, grief, atypical depression, and hypomania in both men and women, while comparing them, then describes the causes in both sexes, with a focus on men, whether developmental, social, cognitive, interpersonal, stress, or having to do with personality.
In addition, seasonal depression, postpartum depression, psychotic depression, and atypical depression should raise suspicion.
The health benefits of Chromax use have also been observed in people with high cholesterol, in obese populations and in people suffering with atypical depression.
Research: Over a period of eight weeks, a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study was conducted in subjects with atypical depression to assess the effects of carbohydrate cravings.

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