clinical depression

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The correlation between substance abuse disorders and mental health issues continues to rise, according to the survey, as approximately 271,000 adolescents who reported having a substance abuse disorder suffered severe impairment from their major depressive episode.
ISLAMABAD -- Researchers have discovered that functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) could be used to predict which patients with recovered major depressive disorder are most likely to have more depressive episodes, notes a study.
Whilst their use reduces the severity of depressive episodes and can promote remission of depressive episodes, treatment failure is high with as many as 50% failing to respond to first-line therapies.
A growing body of evidence suggests the role of inflammation in generating the symptoms of a major depressive episode such as low mood, loss of appetite, and inability to sleep.
6 million adolescents (aged 12-17 years) experienced a major depressive episode (MDE) at some point in the 12 months prior to taking it.
Type of Professional Seen Among Adults Aged 18 or Older With a Major Depressive Episode Who Received Treatment in the Past Year: 2012" (SAMHSA Fig.
An untreated depressive episode typically lasts about 6 months or longer.
Four hundred thirty-two Canadian adults (mean age, 46 years) with a major depressive episode lasting at least 4 weeks were randomly assigned to receive, in double-blind fashion, 1050 mg per day of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and 150 mg per day of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) or placebo (sunflower oil) for 8 weeks.
In the treatment of bipolar disorder, for the: treatment of moderate to severe manic episodes in bipolar disorder; treatment of major depressive episodes in bipolar disorder; and the prevention of recurrence in patients with bipolar disorder, in patients whose manic or depressive episode has responded to quetiapine treatment; add-on treatment of major depressive episodes in patients with Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), who have had sub-optimal response to antidepressant monotherapy.
The symptoms and impact of four different types of combat stress injuries are outlined: PTSD, major depressive episode, major depressive disorder, and traumatic brain injury.
The criterion of an official psychiatric diagnosis is a major depressive episode.
The Phase 2 trial, which involved 150 patients experiencing a major depressive episode, found no benefit for patients treated with the experimental drug, a corticotropin releasing factor (CRF1) receptor antagonist called GSK561679.
He said: " One in four women, and one in 10 men, will suffer from a depressive episode in their life which will require some form of treatment.
San DlEGO--The risk of a major depressive episode more than doubles for women during and after the menopausal transition, compared with when they were premenopausal, results from a 9-year follow-up study showed.