What are Common Symptoms of Moderate Depression?

Individuals that are suffering from the symptoms of moderate depression will often experience the same types of symptoms that an individual with mild depression suffers from; however, they are generally experienced at a stronger degree. In some cases where individuals suffer from mild depression and it is not taken seriously or not treated by a physician, over a period of time it can turn into a more serious case of depression that would include moderate and even severe depression. Some of the most common warning signs or symptoms of moderate depression would include the following:
  • An impaired ability to concentrate on various tasks and responsibilities
  • Changes in eating habits. Either eating too much food or not eating enough food to provide the body with adequate amounts of vitamins and minerals it needs to function properly
  • Problems in making sound decisions
  • Having low levels of self-esteem
  • Problems with regular sleeping habits. Either wanting to sleep all the time or not being able to fall asleep
  • Low levels of energy
  • Suffering from fatigue
  • The feelings of helplessness and hopelessness
  • Becoming socially withdrawn
  • Lack of interest in regular hobbies


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