Depression and Bipolar Disorder

How is Depression Characterized?


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No, but both are classified as mood disorders.

Melancholic Depression, or 'depression with melancholic features', is a subtype of major depression characterized by the inability to find pleasure in positive things combined with physical agitation, insomnia, or decreased appetite. Roughly 10% of people with depression suffer from Melancholic Depression.

Low moral is a dissatisfaction with one's job. It is characterized by a lack of interest and lack of productivity. It is characterized by depression and a lack of enthusiasm.

Depression is feeling sad and defective for no good reason. Manic depression is a mood disorder which combines this feeling along with the opposite mood in a cyclic "mood swing." The opposite of depression is mania. Mania makes you feel elated and invincible. Manic depression now know as Bipolar Disorder is a mood disorder characterized by periods of mania and depression. With MD you sometimes feel euphoric and others you feel depressed and hopeless. With depression you feel like this all the time.

Cyclothymia is a low-level bipolar disorder, characterized by alternating periods of mild depression and mania ("hypomania") for extended periods of time.

The crash, boom and bust, with lots of excess and spending were the boom years. All of these led to the Great Depression in 1929.

Yes mania is characterized by intense mood changes, grandoisity, excess energy, and insomnia while depression is a comeplete lack of interest of things a person used to get pleasure from, a feeling of worthlessness, and a lack of energy or motivation.

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Bipolar Disorder is characterized by episodes of mania (highs) and depression (lows). If you are spending lots of money, sleeping more (or not at all), and experiencing racing thoughts or crying spells, you might be Bipolar.

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