What Is Depression?


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Common symptoms of depression can include: Frequently feeling sad, worthless, or guilty, thoughts of death or suicide, intentional self-harm, such as cutting, not feeling happy with activities that are usually enjoyable.

 Depression can look different for each person. Some people sleep too much or not enough. Some people get mad easily, while others seem to feel nothing at all.

Depression can make it very difficult to concentrate on simple tasks. It can also make people feel tired more than usual.

Depression can even affect how often people feel like eating. Depression can make people feel like eating more or less often than they normally do.

Depression can appear as physical pain such as stomach aches or headaches that are not helped by medication.

Depression may not always be there – people may have times when they seem happy or “normal” and other times when they seem different.​


As many as one in 33 children and one in 8 adolescents has depression,

and nearly six million elderly Americans are affected by depression.



Between 14.8 - 16 million American adults, or about 6.7% - 6.9% of the U.S. population, are affected by depression each year.

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These staggering figures are 

exactly why we say:


“Everyone needs help sometimes.”

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Depression was the leading cause of the 41,149 suicides in the United States reported in 2013. 

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