Clinical depression is a significant illness that affects a person’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviours. Clinical depression, in contrast to normal sadness, is chronic, often impairs a person’s capacity to perceive or anticipate pleasure, and considerably impairs everyday functioning. Depression can cause severe impairment, other health-related difficulties, and, in rare circumstances, suicide if left untreated for weeks, months, or years. If left untreated, depression can lead to significant disability, other health-related issues, and, on rare occasions, suicide.
Here are a few tips to manage such psychiatric emergencies of depression:
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