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68 Possible Causes for Bipolar Disorder, Family History of Depression, Indecisiveness

  • Depression

    history of depression.[] Moods Associated with Depression Irritability Anger Worry/anxiety Pessimism Indifference Self-critical Changes in Thought Patterns due to Depression Inability to concentrate Indecision[] Diminished ability to think or concentrate, or indecisiveness, nearly every day.[]

  • Postpartum Depression

    Significant risk factors found solely by univariate analysis were family history of depression in both parents of the expectant mother (prenatal and 6 weeks postpartum), family[] […] increase or decrease Sleeping too much or insomnia Feeling restless or as though you are slowed down Feelings of worthlessness or excessive guilt Difficulty concentrating or indecisiveness[] […] with bipolar II disorder.[]

  • Bipolar Disorder

    Depressive symptoms are common in schizophrenia [ 51 ] and appear more frequent when there is family history of depression [ 53 ].[] Seite 247 - Diminished ability to think or concentrate, or indecisiveness, nearly every day (either by subjective account or as observed by others) 9 Recurrent thoughts of[] Join a Study: Bipolar Disorder – Adults: This webpage lists NIMH bipolar disorder clinical trials that are recruiting adults.[]

  • Severe Depressive Episode

    Heredity is also a strong indicator of Major Depressive Disorder as those with a family history of depression are more at-risk of developing Major Depressive Disorder.[] […] or inappropriate guilt (which may be delusional) nearly every day (not merely self-reproach or guilt about being sick) (8) diminished ability to think or concentrate, or indecisiveness[] What is bipolar disorder?[]

  • Endogenous Depression

    A family history of depression and perceived poor intimate relationships are internal risk factors associated with this type of depression.[] According to recent studies on bipolar disorder, pure mania is not empirically found.[] A significant association was found between positive DST results and a positive family history of depression.[]

  • Atypical Depression

    Risk factors include: Abuse – physical, emotional or sexual Major life events such as change in job, divorce, death of a loved one Family history of depression Serious illness[] CONCLUSION: Our results highlight the relevance of atypical depression in bipolar disorder.[] Risk factors According to medical studies, there are several risk factors which could increase the possibility of this type of depression development: Family history of depression[]

  • Anxiety Disorder

    During a routine visit, a 59-year-old woman, who describes herself as a lifetime “worrier” and has a family history of depression, reports having restless sleep, muscle tension[] People with GAD can also be very indecisive or have a fear of making the wrong decision, can overthink and have difficulty concentrating or have the feeling that their minds[] BACKGROUND: In clinical practice, some patients diagnosed with anxiety disorder (AD) may develop bipolar disorder (BD) many years later, and some cases of AD may be cured[]

  • Agitated Depression

    (HIG), and Family History Screen.[] There are two types of bipolar disorder, type 1 and type 2.[] Mixed AD, vs. non-AD, had significantly (at alpha 0.01) lower age at onset, more intra-MDE hypomanic symptoms, BP-II, females, atypical depressions, BP-II family history,[]

  • Mixed Anxiety and Depressive Disorder

    “It remains unclear whether a positive family history of depression or anxiety disorder affects the effectiveness of treatment for major depressive or anxiety/neurotic spectrum[] disorder type I, or hypomania suggesting bipolar disorder type I or II ( Table 1 ). 1 We suspect GAD because: Ms.[] Over half of 2,876 participants reported a family history of a depressive disorder.[]

  • Reactive Depression

    There are good reasons why people might suffer from adjustment disorders and need treatment but still not have all the symptoms of Major Depressive Disorder or Bipolar Disorder[] Abstract A family history of alcoholism can be used as a validating factor in the diagnosis of reactive-neurotic depression.[] Those symptoms might include: Fatigue or loss of energy almost every day Feelings of worthlessness or guilt almost every day Impaired concentration, indecisiveness Insomnia[]