What Are the Symptoms to Clinical Depression?

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Answer by Cheryl
look up: symptoms of depression

Answer by Lisa Starr
They vary, but can include:

loss of interest in things that used to appeal to you
weight loss or gain – significant weight change
loss or gain of sleep- significant sleep change
feelings of hopelessness
your emotions affect your daily activities the majority of the days of the week
not able to “snap out of it”
sadness that lasts beyond the usual mourning of a loss

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