Depression is a disturbance in mood characterized by varying degrees of sadness, disappointment, loneliness, hopelessness, self-doubt, and guilt. Most people tend to feel depressed at one time or another, but some people may experience these feelings more frequently or with deeper, more lasting, effects. In some cases, depression can last for months or even years. A person experiencing severe depression may experience extreme fluctuations in moods or even a desire for complete withdrawal from daily routine and/or the outside world.
Dr. Prentiss Price-Evans provides details about depression, its causes, diagnosis, and treatment.
Provides information on depression, articles and how to find a psychologist.
Australian organization provides information about depression to consumers, carers and health professionals. Includes causes, treatments, personal stories and forum.
Information about depression compiled by the Australian National University's Centre for Mental Health Research includes ratings for what works and what does not in treatment options, explains the meaning of "scientific evidence" and provides a forum.
British foundation set up to support, help and inspire those affected by the illness. Provides articles, podcasts and a blog. Also provides a 'buddy box' subscription service (monthly self-care products and treats).
A test that scores you on six different types of depression, and provides background information on each of these types.
Information about clinical depression, including self-help and support.
Contains information about Abraham Lincoln and depression.
(US) National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) describes symptoms, causes, and treatments, with information on getting help and coping.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists offers details about depression symptoms and treatments, for patients and relatives.
Community site featuring articles, blogs, quotes and information about medication.
Offers details about depression, how it affects the emotions and the body, and the treatments available.
Information and symptoms of depression, antidepressants, therapy, suicide, myths, books, and poetry.
A resource on depression operated by Australian mental health consumers and carers. Includes peer support in messageboard and chat rooms, stories, research and treatments.
Overview of depression and its causes, symptoms and treatment.
A blog that describes endogenous depression, written and compiled by a fellow sufferer.
How to diagnose, manage and treat depression. Includes antidepressant medication information, hosted support groups, chatrooms, and online tests.
Information on symptoms, causes and types of depressive illness. Treatment strategies include both conventional and alternative medicine.
Includes symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, self-care, coping skills, and alternative medicine.
Information and resources about depression and its causes.
Dr. Dan Williams offers information on the causes and treatments of depression from both traditional and alternative views.
News on depression collected from diverse sources on the web.
Warns parents with children who suffer from depression to keep their children away from the police.
Symptoms, treatment and coping with the illness.
Educational resource on depression and depressive disorders, including links to full text articles.
Provides explanations of symptoms, medications, and therapy.
Includes van Gogh painting, descriptions of treatments, signs and symptoms and causes.
Created by an individual who has experience with clinical depression, the site provides information on symptoms/diagnosis, treatment and coping, with news and links.
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