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10 June 2010

Is this depression?

Depression is one of the most common conditions. And it is not unusual for teens to get depressed. But depression can fortunately be treated very successfully.

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Depression is one of the most common conditions. And it is not unusual for teens to get depressed – apart from all the changes in your life, your hormones are raging, and this doesn't always help matters. Depression can fortunately be treated very successfully with a combination of psychotherapy and medication.

Step 1.
Read the following article and see whether you may be suffering from depression .

Step 2
Learn more about depression by visiting our Depression Centre for up-to-date information about depression, including the symptoms and treatment.

Step 3
Consider the treatment options by taking a look at the section on different treatment options, as well as a comprehensive article on natural remedies for depression.

Step 4
Take care of yourself by accepting that there is a lot you can do at home to aid your own recovery. Read about what you should and shouldn’t eat if you are depressed. Also read our article on self-help for depression.

 
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