Depression, also referred to as clinical depression or major depressive disorder, is a significant mental health condition that goes beyond typical sadness or grief. It profoundly affects a person’s behavior, emotions, and thoughts, and can lead to various physical and emotional challenges, impairing their functioning at school, work, and home.
Depression does not discriminate and can affect individuals of any age. Multiple factors contribute to the risk of depression, including genetic predisposition, environmental influences, biochemical imbalances, and personal characteristics. Understanding these factors helps in identifying and addressing depression effectively, supporting individuals in their journey toward improved mental well-being.
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