7 Common Symptoms Of Depression

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Continued Signs: 3 More Common Symptoms of Depression

Now that you know about two of the most common symptoms of depression, let’s explore three more. Depression symptoms can manifest differently in different people. These symptoms can be experienced alone or in combination with other depression symptoms.

  • Another symptom of depression is changes in appetite or weight. Depression can cause significant changes in appetite, leading to weight loss or gain over a short period of time. This symptom may also manifest as cravings for specific foods, especially those high in sugar and carbohydrates.
  • Depression can also cause sleep disturbances. Insomnia, fatigue, sleeping too much, and interrupted sleep patterns are common symptoms of depression. If you’re experiencing any of these sleep disturbances, it may be time to look into getting help for your depression.
  • Irritability is another hallmark symptom of depression that often goes unnoticed by those experiencing it. This symptom can manifest as mood swings, short temper, or even anger. Irritability can interfere with personal relationships and make it difficult to function normally on a day-to-day basis.

These symptoms can be experienced by people who have different types of depression and causes which vary from person to person. Therefore, it’s essential to seek professional help if you’re experiencing any depression symptoms regularly over time without reprieve.

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