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    After reading about the guilt of some punters I decided to post this.


    Formal Definition of Depression


    The following criteria are taken from the DSM-IV, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders 4th edition, published by the American Psychiatric Association, 1994.

    For your convenience, a general listing of signs and symptoms of depression, the translated version, follows the formal diagnostic criteria, for ease in interpreting the symptoms.

    For a diagnosis of a major depression:

    1. At least 5 of the following symptoms.
    2. These symptoms must be present during the same 2 week period.
    3. These symptoms must represent a change from a previous level of functioning.

    o Depressed mood, nearly every day during most of the day.
    o Marked diminished interest or pleasure in almost all activities.
    o Significant weight loss (when not dieting), weight gain, or a change in appetite.
    o Insomnia or hypersomnia (excess sleep).
    o Psychomotor agitation or psychomotor retardation.
    o Fatigue or loss of energy.
    o Feelings of worthlessness or inappropriate guilt.
    o Impaired ability to concentrate or indecisiveness
    o Recurrent thoughts of death, recurrent suicidal

    Signs and Symptoms - General Terms

    * Loss of interest in formerly pleasurable activities
    * Dissatisfaction with life
    * Withdrawal from social activities
    * Loss of energy
    * Feeling useless or hopeless
    * Irritability
    * Great concern with health problems
    * Sadness or crying
    * Worry and/or self-criticism
    * Difficulty concentrating and/or making decisions
    * Loss of appetite and weight

    Psychological symptoms: Feelings, thoughts and behaviors

    * Feeling sad, blue, depressed, or hopeless most of the day.
    * Greatly reduced interest or pleasure in all or almost all activities; inability to think of anything that would be enjoyable to do (health permitting)
    * Feelings of excessive guilt, or a feeling that one is a worthless person.
    * Slowed or agitated movements (not in response to pain or discomfort)
    * Recurrent thoughts of dying or of ending one's own life, with or without a specific plan.

    Physical or "Somatic" Symptoms

    * Significant, unintentional weight loss and decrease in appetite; or, less commonly, weight gain and increased in appetite.
    * Insomnia or excessive sleeping
    * Fatigue and loss of energy
    * A diminished ability to think, concentrate, or make decisions
    * Physical symptoms of anxiety, including dry mouth, cramps, diarrhea, and sweating, ideation, or suicide attempt or plan.


    Deprssion test

    http://www.stillminds.com/depression-checklist.php

    I got a 68 .5 %

    Now wheres EXP I might join him on teh roff of the Clarion lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doozer View Post
    After reading about the guilt of some punters I decided to post this.


    Formal Definition of Depression


    The following criteria are taken from the DSM-IV, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders 4th edition, published by the American Psychiatric Association, 1994.

    For your convenience, a general listing of signs and symptoms of depression, the translated version, follows the formal diagnostic criteria, for ease in interpreting the symptoms.

    For a diagnosis of a major depression:

    1. At least 5 of the following symptoms.
    2. These symptoms must be present during the same 2 week period.
    3. These symptoms must represent a change from a previous level of functioning.

    o Depressed mood, nearly every day during most of the day.
    o Marked diminished interest or pleasure in almost all activities.
    o Significant weight loss (when not dieting), weight gain, or a change in appetite.
    o Insomnia or hypersomnia (excess sleep).
    o Psychomotor agitation or psychomotor retardation.
    o Fatigue or loss of energy.
    o Feelings of worthlessness or inappropriate guilt.
    o Impaired ability to concentrate or indecisiveness
    o Recurrent thoughts of death, recurrent suicidal

    Signs and Symptoms - General Terms

    * Loss of interest in formerly pleasurable activities
    * Dissatisfaction with life
    * Withdrawal from social activities
    * Loss of energy
    * Feeling useless or hopeless
    * Irritability
    * Great concern with health problems
    * Sadness or crying
    * Worry and/or self-criticism
    * Difficulty concentrating and/or making decisions
    * Loss of appetite and weight

    Psychological symptoms: Feelings, thoughts and behaviors

    * Feeling sad, blue, depressed, or hopeless most of the day.
    * Greatly reduced interest or pleasure in all or almost all activities; inability to think of anything that would be enjoyable to do (health permitting)
    * Feelings of excessive guilt, or a feeling that one is a worthless person.
    * Slowed or agitated movements (not in response to pain or discomfort)
    * Recurrent thoughts of dying or of ending one's own life, with or without a specific plan.

    Physical or "Somatic" Symptoms

    * Significant, unintentional weight loss and decrease in appetite; or, less commonly, weight gain and increased in appetite.
    * Insomnia or excessive sleeping
    * Fatigue and loss of energy
    * A diminished ability to think, concentrate, or make decisions
    * Physical symptoms of anxiety, including dry mouth, cramps, diarrhea, and sweating, ideation, or suicide attempt or plan.


    Deprssion test

    http://www.stillminds.com/depression-checklist.php

    I got a 68 .5 %

    Now wheres EXP I might join him on teh roff of the Clarion lol
    ffs that would every one I know is depressed !! That list of symptoms above could be applied to anyone on any given day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big-Paul View Post
    ffs that would every one I know is depressed !! That list of symptoms above could be applied to anyone on any given day.
    Thats true, but its not taken for just a day, to be depressed you have to have had them for at least 6 months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doozer View Post
    After reading about the guilt of some punters I decided to post this.


    Formal Definition of Depression


    The following criteria are taken from the DSM-IV, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders 4th edition, published by the American Psychiatric Association, 1994.

    For your convenience, a general listing of signs and symptoms of depression, the translated version, follows the formal diagnostic criteria, for ease in interpreting the symptoms.

    For a diagnosis of a major depression:

    1. At least 5 of the following symptoms.
    2. These symptoms must be present during the same 2 week period.
    3. These symptoms must represent a change from a previous level of functioning.

    o Depressed mood, nearly every day during most of the day.
    o Marked diminished interest or pleasure in almost all activities.
    o Significant weight loss (when not dieting), weight gain, or a change in appetite.
    o Insomnia or hypersomnia (excess sleep).
    o Psychomotor agitation or psychomotor retardation.
    o Fatigue or loss of energy.
    o Feelings of worthlessness or inappropriate guilt.
    o Impaired ability to concentrate or indecisiveness
    o Recurrent thoughts of death, recurrent suicidal

    Signs and Symptoms - General Terms

    * Loss of interest in formerly pleasurable activities
    * Dissatisfaction with life
    * Withdrawal from social activities
    * Loss of energy
    * Feeling useless or hopeless
    * Irritability
    * Great concern with health problems
    * Sadness or crying
    * Worry and/or self-criticism
    * Difficulty concentrating and/or making decisions
    * Loss of appetite and weight

    Psychological symptoms: Feelings, thoughts and behaviors

    * Feeling sad, blue, depressed, or hopeless most of the day.
    * Greatly reduced interest or pleasure in all or almost all activities; inability to think of anything that would be enjoyable to do (health permitting)
    * Feelings of excessive guilt, or a feeling that one is a worthless person.
    * Slowed or agitated movements (not in response to pain or discomfort)
    * Recurrent thoughts of dying or of ending one's own life, with or without a specific plan.

    Physical or "Somatic" Symptoms

    * Significant, unintentional weight loss and decrease in appetite; or, less commonly, weight gain and increased in appetite.
    * Insomnia or excessive sleeping
    * Fatigue and loss of energy
    * A diminished ability to think, concentrate, or make decisions
    * Physical symptoms of anxiety, including dry mouth, cramps, diarrhea, and sweating, ideation, or suicide attempt or plan.


    Deprssion test

    http://www.stillminds.com/depression-checklist.php

    I got a 68 .5 %

    Now wheres EXP I might join him on teh roff of the Clarion lol
    Jesus - I was feeling fine till I took the test - now I am depressed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThomasJ View Post
    Jesus - I was feeling fine till I took the test - now I am depressed.
    Yep me too

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    I am usually good at tests but failed this one miserably.

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    Quote Originally Posted by magicalman9357 View Post
    I am usually good at tests but failed this one miserably.
    Looks like we are all pretty fucked so
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doozer View Post
    Looks like we are all pretty fucked so
    Maybe we should start a depression group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by magicalman9357 View Post
    Maybe we should start a depression group.
    Depressed Punters Association

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doozer View Post
    After reading about the guilt of some punters I decided to post this.


    Formal Definition of Depression


    The following criteria are taken from the DSM-IV, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders 4th edition, published by the American Psychiatric Association, 1994.

    For your convenience, a general listing of signs and symptoms of depression, the translated version, follows the formal diagnostic criteria, for ease in interpreting the symptoms.

    For a diagnosis of a major depression:

    1. At least 5 of the following symptoms.
    2. These symptoms must be present during the same 2 week period.
    3. These symptoms must represent a change from a previous level of functioning.

    o Depressed mood, nearly every day during most of the day.
    o Marked diminished interest or pleasure in almost all activities.
    o Significant weight loss (when not dieting), weight gain, or a change in appetite.
    o Insomnia or hypersomnia (excess sleep).
    o Psychomotor agitation or psychomotor retardation.
    o Fatigue or loss of energy.
    o Feelings of worthlessness or inappropriate guilt.
    o Impaired ability to concentrate or indecisiveness
    o Recurrent thoughts of death, recurrent suicidal

    Signs and Symptoms - General Terms

    * Loss of interest in formerly pleasurable activities
    * Dissatisfaction with life
    * Withdrawal from social activities
    * Loss of energy
    * Feeling useless or hopeless
    * Irritability
    * Great concern with health problems
    * Sadness or crying
    * Worry and/or self-criticism
    * Difficulty concentrating and/or making decisions
    * Loss of appetite and weight

    Psychological symptoms: Feelings, thoughts and behaviors

    * Feeling sad, blue, depressed, or hopeless most of the day.
    * Greatly reduced interest or pleasure in all or almost all activities; inability to think of anything that would be enjoyable to do (health permitting)
    * Feelings of excessive guilt, or a feeling that one is a worthless person.
    * Slowed or agitated movements (not in response to pain or discomfort)
    * Recurrent thoughts of dying or of ending one's own life, with or without a specific plan.

    Physical or "Somatic" Symptoms

    * Significant, unintentional weight loss and decrease in appetite; or, less commonly, weight gain and increased in appetite.
    * Insomnia or excessive sleeping
    * Fatigue and loss of energy
    * A diminished ability to think, concentrate, or make decisions
    * Physical symptoms of anxiety, including dry mouth, cramps, diarrhea, and sweating, ideation, or suicide attempt or plan.


    Deprssion test

    http://www.stillminds.com/depression-checklist.php

    I got a 68 .5 %

    Now wheres EXP I might join him on teh roff of the Clarion lol
    I got 24.4% so does that mean I'm still aloud use cut-throat blade when haven a hot towel shave PMSL
    Good thread doozer !
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