The Effects Of Depression And Its Effects On Depression

1642 WordsMar 18, 20157 Pages
Depression, 2 Every single day, across the entire world, people are diagnosed with clinical depression. I think a lot of people tend to see depression as a excuse/reasoning for something they 've done. In reality, there have been many discussions done and research studies completed on depression to see whether or not it is genetically passed down or learned through experiences/influences. I think it is safe to say that both genetic and environmental factors play a role in depression. In my opinion, I do strongly believe that depression is onset more from genetics than it is from different environmental influences and factors. I do know that it is also very involved with environmental impacts but, from what I see it looks to be like there is more evidence on genetic impacts that can cause depression rather than there is research and proof that environmental factors play a major role in depression. In order to understand what causes depression, I think you must first understand what depression is and how it affects the everyday life 's of many different people. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, there are two major forms of depression and multiple less severe forms of depression. There is major depression which symptoms include: A sadness that become so severe it interferes with your work, school, studying, and life itself in general. The other common form of depression is persistent depressive disorder. Some of the symptoms included

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