Couldn't find what you looking for?

TRY OUR SEARCH!

My mother is 54 years old and entering her menopause. It seems as if her depression has become a lot worse since this is happening and I am afraid that she has some sort of illness. Is a persistent depression a part of dysthymia? What should we have to know about that condition? Thanks…

Loading...

Depression is dysthymia, at least a mild form of depression. And it lasts for a long time, sometimes it can start in the childhood and since the symptoms are not that serious, this condition might be considered just as the part of the person’s character. Of course, it can be treated and the medicament therapy is very effective.
Reply

Loading...