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113. Dysthymia

Dysthymia is a chronic form of depression milder than major depression.  A person with dysthymia is in a depressed mood most of the day and more days than not over a period of at least two years. There may be … Continue reading

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112. Major Depression

There are two categories of depression – major depression and dysthymia. These two capture about 9.5% of the adult population (18 and older) in the United States in a given year. That’s 18.8 million people wandering around in various intensities … Continue reading

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