Atypical Depression Differences

Atypical depression is an emotional disorder in which typical depressive symptoms (depressed mood, ideas of guilt, psychomotor disorders) are mild or modified, and atypical manifestations lead to atypical manifestations, psychomotor disorders) are mild or modified, and untypical manifestations lead to atypical manifestations, psychomotor disorders) are mild or modified, and untypical symptoms are dominant, and...

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Dysthymia and Antidepressants

Dysthymia is a chronic condition that lasts at least two years, characterized by depressed mood for more than half of the days a year, but does not meet the criteria for an episode of major depression. Some patients have the so-called “double depression”, in which episodes of major depression occur against the background of...

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