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615 Possible Causes for Family History of Depression

  • Depression

    history of depression.[] Depression may result from various factors in a person's life, including: High levels of stress Life transitions Loss Physical illness Family history of depression Imbalances[] Individuals with family history of depression are more prone to suffer from this disorder.[]

  • Endogenous Depression

    A family history of depression and perceived poor intimate relationships are internal risk factors associated with this type of depression.[] A significant association was found between positive DST results and a positive family history of depression.[] Patients with endogenous depression often are more likely to have a positive family history of disorders and fewer psychosocial and environmental factors that cause their[]

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    Family history. The risk of alcohol use disorder is higher for people who have a parent or other close relative who has problems with alcohol.[] Depression and other mental health problems.[]

  • 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[] They also are more likely to have a family history of depression. 3 Panic disorder .[] Depression can also cause them. GAD sometimes runs in families. How is generalized anxiety disorder diagnosed?[]

  • Suicidal Depression

    Some of the leading factors that increase the risk of suicide among children and teens are: Family history of depression or suicide Psychological disorder, especially depression[] Your family affects risk Fact. A family history of depression increases the chances that a child will suffer the same by a factor of 11.[] Loss or conflict with close friends or family members History of physical or sexual abuse Problems with alcohol or drugs Physical or medical issues, for example, becoming[]

  • Mental Disorder

    Genetic causes have been suggested from family studies that have shown that between 20 and 50 percent of children and adolescents with depression have a family history of[] A number of psychiatric disorders are linked to a family history (including depression, narcissistic personality disorder and anxiety).[] Your genes and family history may play a role. Your life experiences, such as stress or a history of abuse, may also matter.[]

  • Bipolar Disorder

    Depressive symptoms are common in schizophrenia [ 51 ] and appear more frequent when there is family history of depression [ 53 ].[] Also, the earlier the onset of the depression, and the more family history, the more likely it is that it is bipolar disorder (rather than major depression).[] If some of these associated features, such as early onset of illness and a family history of depression, are present but no hypomanic episode can be documented, the clinician[]

  • Mania

    A 72-year-old man and a 65-year-old woman had late-onset depression with vascular risk factors, but no personal or family history of mood disorders.[] In contrast, 84% of females were correctly classified on the basis of a positive history of thyroid disorder (OR 3.23), a positive family history of BD I (OR 2.68) and depressive[] […] or family history of psychiatric illness (healthy comparison [HC]; n 32).[]

  • Tourette Syndrome

    , patients with GTS and depression have a positive family history of depression.[] Interestingly, clusters did not differ in terms of family history or anxious-depressive comorbidities.[] history of autoimmune diseases has been reported.[]

  • Mood Disorder

    depression from one another on the basis of past history of major depression or family history of depression.[] Second, individuals with and without a previous history of major depressive disorder had similar rates of family history of mood disorders, suggesting that minor depression[] Group sizes for the two comparisons of interest (positive versus negative patient history of major depressive disorder and positive versus negative family history of depression[]

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