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Loss Of Interest In Activities
In the past months, I've experienced significant loss of interest in pleasurable activities. However, I still do them often & ok. Anhedonia or not?
How do I battle mild depression? Loss of interest in daily activities, sleeping for too long and overeating. Could be S.A.D as well.
Sadness, hopelessness, interest loss in people and activities, loneliness, crying, self-hurting on anger blackouts. & more, am i having a depression?
Sounds likely: You could have a medical problem that is causing these symptoms, but you've just listed some of the major symptoms of depression. See your doctor and make sure you are physically healthy. Talk about depression and possible treatment options. Treatment will depend on how severe your symptoms are, how long they have been going on, and several other factors. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Seek treatment: Bullying can often lead to depression as evidenced by a loss of interest in activities. Seek treatment to resolve the depression and deal with the bullying. A good therapist should also be able to work with the school to develop better solutions to deal with the bullies. ...Read more
Possibly: These could be symptoms of depression, which could respond well to a combination of psychotherapy and antidepressant medication. However, part of the evaluation includes a general health checkup with diagnostic studies as needed, to make sure there are no physical conditions which could be causing or worsening them. Please don't just add a medication alone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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