unipolar depression


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a major depressive episode that occurs without the manic phase that occurs in the classic form of bipolar disorder

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Eleven markers differentiating bipolar from unipolar depression were confirmed, including reversed circadian rhythms and high debts for both genders;; 3 or more religion changes; and 60 or more sexual partners, found Dr.
The misdiagnosis of a bipolar spectrum disorder as unipolar depression may be important for a number of reasons.
These encouraging results show that use of EPA is effective among patients with unipolar depression unaccompanied by an anxiety disorder.
The diagnostic profile of the study population was: psychoses (N=31), unipolar depression (N=23), bipolar (N=21), and others (N=8) followed by OCD (N=7); females had higher frequency of unipolar depression (41.
Comment: Omega-3 fatty acids have been reported to be beneficial for patients with various psychiatric conditions, including unipolar depression, bipolar disorder, postpartum depression, and schizophrenia.
Differential cognitive response to a mood challenge following successful cognitive therapy or pharmacotherapy for unipolar depression.
After spending some time surfing the Internet, I discovered that I had classic symptoms of major depression, also known as clinical depression, unipolar depression, and major depressive disorder.
4%, with almost one third being incorrectly diagnosed as suffering from unipolar depression, and nearly half not having the condition recognised or diagnosed.
Despite many wonderful antidepressants available today, doctors can't treat bipolar depression as aggressively as they would the very much more common unipolar depression because there's always the risk of triggering that rebound effect.
A history of unipolar depression also predisposed women to develop depression during the peripartum and postpartum periods, although unipolar depression was not as potent a risk factor as bipolar disorder.
Dimensions of perfectionism in unipolar depression.
All of these agents are probably equally effective for generalized anxiety disorder, as well as for unipolar depression and for tapering off BZs.
That is, they co-occur more often than would be expected by chance and they co-occur more often than do alcoholism and unipolar depression.
During the past several decades, there has been a proliferation of psychological theories of adult unipolar depression that have been extended to children (e.