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What is Reactive depression?

What is Reactive depression?

  • Reactive depression: When a person loses a loved one, when a marriage breaks down, when there is financial loss, for a few weeks or even a few months a person could be feel low, show a loss of initiative and little interest in his daily routine. This feeling fades and the person returns to normal routines and outlook after that. This type of depression is associated with grief or loss and is temporary.

Reactive depression: Introduction

Types of Reactive depression:

Broader types of Reactive depression:

How serious is Reactive depression?

Prognosis of Reactive depression: This type of depression is not actually severe, due to the fact that depressive person may be relieved when engaged back in particular interests.

What causes Reactive depression?

Causes of Reactive depression: see causes of Reactive depression

What are the symptoms of Reactive depression?

Symptoms of Reactive depression: see symptoms of Reactive depression

Reactive depression: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Reactive depression.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Reactive depression.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Reactive depression: Psychiatrist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Reactive depression.
Treatments for Reactive depression: see treatments for Reactive depression
Research for Reactive depression: see research for Reactive depression

Name of Reactive depression

Main name of condition: Reactive depression

 

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