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It is only human to feel low and down from time to time. When things don’t turn out the way we envisaged or plan them, low moods are bound to set in. Such occurrences that can elicit dismal feelings include; relationship wrecks, failure, delay in what one is expecting, not able to meet some targets especially at work place, loneliness and other several factors. These events are common and are likely to keep one in a depressed mood. However, when depression persists for a long time; then it should be watched because that is a sign of a severe case of low mood and it can be devastating. Clinical depression is a term used in describing depressive disorder and there are clinical depression symptoms.

A perfect understanding and recognition of clinical depression symptoms will be easier when there is establishment of what constitutes a clinical depression. A typical clinical depression is the non-melancholic depression type. This is the type of depressive mood that is rampant among several individuals; at least 1 out of every 4 females and 1 out of every 6 males suffer clinical or major or non-melancholic depression.  Clinical depression is generated from psychological factors rather than biological factors. This is the reason why this type of depression is easy to do away with. As soon as the tensed situation that produced non-melancholic depression is lightened of removed; this type of depression becomes automatically taken care of.

Clinical depression is not easily diagnosed as a result of not having definite characteristics like the other types of depression. However, the clinical depression symptoms include; sad mood that lasts more than a fortnight, being moody in most times of the day, non enthusiasm over social, educational and emotional activities. 

Clinical low moods are easily treated as said earlier; and they can respond to any type of treatment such as anti depressants, counseling session and other psychotherapies. Response to these medical remedies is dependent on the character of the individuals and the dissimilarities in individuals.

General signs of depression include: a feeling of emptiness in the inside, helpless feeling, a state of melancholy, a total state of dissatisfaction, increased anxiety, a general pessimistic view of the situation, indecisiveness, a constant state of deep thoughts, memory failure and loss of concentration, retracting from friends, secret sobs, constant throbs on the head, loss of appetite, insomnia, physical ailment and emotional instability. This is the long list of depression symptoms and people experiences of depression differ. The dissimilarity in depressive mood experience could be as a result of individual differences and the kind of depression that they go through.

The clinical depression symptoms can be easily recognized; the treatment therefore is also very simple. Once symptoms are noticed, they should be tackled using either physiotherapy means administered by a physiologist or other professionals.