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About Depression and Low Mood

Generally low mood and depression includes, sadness, feeling anxious or panicky, worried, tired, sense of low self-esteem, frustration and anger. Low mood can possibly lift after a few days or weeks. Making small changes such as improved sleep, resolving a stressful situation, getting more sleep or talking about it can improve mood. Low mood that does not go away can be a sign of depression.

Some of the symptoms include:

  • Low mood lasting longer than two weeks
  • Comfort eating or losing your appetite
  • Feeling hopeless
  • Tired and lack of energy
  • Not being able to concentrate on things
  • Having suicidal thoughts or thoughts to harm oneself

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