Depression according to cross-cultural and behavioural perspective
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November 11, 2010
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This essay will also look at how behavioural factors such as the environment affect someone's experience of depression.
Depression is an illness that involves the mood, thoughts, and the body that leads the depressed individual to be affected on many levels, such as its usual needs which are to eat, to drink and to sleep, also the one feels about his self...
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Depression being a disorder is not a “passing blue mood”. Individuals affected by this disorder cannot get out of depression without proper and adequate medication. Indeed without a medication followed the disorder can lat for more than a year.
Depression risk factors are: a person’s sex it is said in multiple studies that women are more likely to get depressed because of many variables such as the post maternal period and other...
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