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What you need to know about depression

Depression is a common illness worldwide, with more than 300 million people affected. Depression is different from usual mood fluctuations and short-lived emotional responses to challenges in everyday life. Depression results from a complex interaction of social, psychological and biological factors. (World Health Organization, WHO, 2017).

Depression is an illness that involves not only the mind or brain but the whole body, affecting the way a person eats, sleeps, feels about himself or herself, and thinks about things. It is not a passing, normal, state of mind and it is neither a sign of personal weakness nor a condition that one can "snap out of".

In general, depression can affect anyone: men and women from all backgrounds, in all professions, and at all stages of life. Even people whose lives seem carefree and contented can experience depression.

Depression can be treated. If you think you have depression, seek help.

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For Family & Friends

Living with someone with depression can be difficult. You might feel worried, afraid, frustrated or have several questions. When you live with someone with depression, you can help them recover, but you need to take care of yourself too. Are you worried about someone? Do you need information about signs and symptoms, or treatment options?

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For Young People

Depression can affect young people. In fact, a large number of first depressive episodes appear during adolescence, as well as most mental disorders. Early recognition and treatment can promote remission and might even prevent relapse. Do you need information about adolescence, depression in young people, self-harm, or treatment options?

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For Community Professionals

Media professionals, teachers, religious leaders, police officers and other community professionals play an important role in the context of depression and can act as gatekeepers to primary care. Are you unsure about what you can do to spot and support affected individuals? Are you looking for information about depression tailored to your profession?

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For Healthcare Professionals

General practitioners or pharmacists are usually the first healthcare professionals to come in contact with affected individuals. Hence, it is important to recognize depressive symptoms and know how to further proceed. As a GP, find out about depression treatment, medication, referral and suicidal risk. As a pharmacists, learn about pharmacotherapy, challenging myths about antidepressant medication, and suicidal risk.

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Ресурси за самопомощ

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