Depression Treatment Baltimore

Depression: Typically defined by sadness and lack of enjoyment or enthusiasm with activities or life in general.  However, depression can be experienced as physical symptoms, like feeling run down, lack of motivation, and sluggish thinking, and these can be an indication of depression even without sad mood. Other symptoms of depression include getting down on yourself (guilt, self-blame, low self-esteem, lack of confidence), and changes in sleep, appetite and sex drive.  Sometimes people with depression feel life isn’t worth living or want to just run away from their lives.  Irritability, low frustration tolerance, and excessive worrying are other symptoms people may experience when depressed.  Insecurity in relationships, constant negative thinking and pessimism can also be signs.  Situational Depressions (technically termed Adjustment Disorder) may consist of depressed mood without a number of other associated symptoms.

Mood Disorders |     Depression |     Mood Swings |     Bipolar Disorder |     Anxiety Disorders

Panic Disorder |     Excessive Worry |     Stress-Related Disorders |     Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), ADD/ADHD