Depression Symptom

Here is your depression symptom information

Depression Symptom Checklist:

  • Depressed mood observed by self or others
  • Increased irritability
  • Lowered sex drive
  • Diminished interest in daily activities
  • Strong anxiety
  • Paranoia
  • Lack of pleasure in daily activities
  • Loss of ability to laugh and experience joy in your daily life
  • Stronger or diminished appetite resulting in weight loss or gain
  • Insomnia or hypersomnia (oversleeping) on a regular basis
  • Feeling slowed down in your ability to think or physically move
  • Fatigue or loss of energy
  • Feelings of worthlessness
  • Excessive and inappropriate amounts of guilt
  • Diminished ability to focus or concentrate
  • Indecisiveness
  • Impulsiveness
  • Thoughts of death
  • Thoughts of suicide
  • Plan for suicide
  • Suicide attempt

Depression Symptom Affected Areas

  • Physical symptoms

  • Behavior problems

  • Distorted thinking

  • Mood and emotional difficulties

  • Troubled relationships

  • Specific situations that trigger symptom of depression

  • Spiritual or symbolic meanings attached to depression

  • The personal history that led to lifestyle patterns that seem related to depression

  • Physical aches and pains

  • Family history of depression or mental illness

As you can see, a depression symptom can be one of a variety ofsymptoms. Any one of the above can be sign symptom of depression. First, make sure to have a thorough family doctor checkup to ensure that yoursymptoms are not a medical problem. Then take this depression symptom depression symptom testto see if you suffer from depression and at what level. Best wishes inreviewing the depression symptom list.

You may be well aware that you have many a depressionsymptom.  I can help you if that is the case.  I have helped thousandsover my 16+ years in this field.  I love what I do, my clients all know itand they benefit from the passion and knowledge I bring to their struggle. Call me at 317-865-1674.  We'll talk about whether or not the fit is rightfor you and I to work together through phone counseling.


Dave Turo-Shields, ACSW, LCSW

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