Depression affects 40 million people in America and nearly 300 million around the world. It’s a leading cause of disability. It can harm anyone no matter gender, age, income, or ethnicity, but symptoms are treatable once you’ve been diagnosed with the illness. But first, you need to know the signs.
How do you manage the symptoms of depression? Recognizing and managing symptoms of depression over the long haul – nine or more months without recurrence – offers the best chance of you living with the condition, but not being controlled by it.
You’ve had a long day at work. Running a forklift to and from your company’s warehouse is a lot harder than it was three or four months ago. In fact, when you go to bed every night, you lay awake from pain – which seems to come from everywhere and nowhere.