What are Common Symptoms of Reactive Depression?

Reactive depression is very common in a person that has lost a loved one, a marriage has been interrupted, or financial crisis has occurred. These people, for several weeks, or even several months tend to feel very low and depressed, and show a sign of less interest within their daily routines. Eventually the person that is suffering from reactive depression will notice these feelings fading away and they will return back to their normal routine. This category of depression is usually a temporary disorder.   

Some common symptoms and signs of reactive depression include:
  •     Sadness
  •     Feelings of hopelessness
  •     Anxiety
  •     Headaches
  •     Stomachaches
  •     Frequent cries
  •     Worry
  •     Isolation or withdrawal from social activities or people
  •     Layout from school or work
  •     Palpitations
  •     Destructive or dangerous behaviors
  •     Overeating or loss in appetite
  •     Lack of sleep
  •     Lack of energy
  •     Weak and tired
If you feel that you are suffering from reactive depression, consult with your physician so that he or she can help you overcome this obstacle.


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