Depression can be a symptom, pertaining to when an individual “feels depressed”, or it can be a sign, when an individual “observes” someone in a depressed state. Depression can also be a diagnosable disorder that affects millions of people around the world. Depression makes it hard for a person to lift their mood, to think and use cognition, to control certain bodily functions, and to curb their behaviors. Depression accounts for 60% of all suicides worldwide,
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the symptoms are, and then to seek help. The use of antidepressants paired with therapy can make battling depression a little less hopeless. The best approach to dealing with depression is knowledge because the more you know, the easier it is to prevent and to treat. By controlling stress, shaping environment, developing meaningful interpersonal relationships, cultivating a positive mindset, and attending support and therapy sessions, an individual can reduce risk factors and finally conquer depression.