Clinical Depression Informative Speech

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Do you always feel sad,heartbroken, or empty everyday? You have tried to forget the past but you can’t get it out of your head. Forgetting that your friends exist or your family existed. Don’t care about eating,sleeping, or talking?Do you even care about something in your life? Well then you have depression. Depression is a mood disorder that also known as called “clinical depression”. Depression is all around us in the world. Studies have shown that men at the age of 18 or higher have a higher chance of getting depressed than women can. The odds of getting depression is 1 in 33 children will have depression. Teenagers have a different change than other people. 1 in 8 teenagers will have depression. A group named the World Health Organization …show more content…

Sometimes medications taken for these illnesses may cause side effects that contribute to depression symptoms. There are many symptoms and signs in depression. Many people might have the same symptoms like have trouble sleeping or eating ,but some people have way different symptoms than other people might have. “Sadness is only one small part of depression and some people with depression may not feel sadness at all.(NIMH)”. The symptoms are sadness,feelings of hopelessness,worthless,losing in interest of hobbies,decreased in energy,difficulty of concentrating,difficulty of sleeping or eating,weight changes,suicide thoughts and attempts,restlessness,aches or pains that you don’t want to use medicine. Depression doesn’t look as the same as other people. Depression affects different people in different ways. Women have depression often rather than men. “Women have biological, life cycle, and hormonal factors that are unique to women may be linked to their higher depression rate. Women with depression typically have symptoms of sadness, worthlessness, and guilt.(NIMH)”. Men with depression are sometimes tired,angried, and sometimes drink a

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