Depression Symptoms Check List
Disclaimer: The symptom check list is for informational purposes only and should not be considered as a personal diagnosis. The Symptoms Check List is merely a guide which can aid you in your decision to seek treatment. Always consult with a mental health professional or medical doctor if you have concerns.
General Symptoms of Depression
The most common symptoms of depression include:
1. Depressed Moods:
- Hopelessness and sadness feelings.
- Feeling discouraged or empty.
2. Loss of Interest:
- Inability to feel or experience pleasure.
- The person loses interest in things that were pleasurable in the past such as social activities or interaction, sex, hobbies.
3. Appetite or Weight Changes:
- Significant weight gain or loss.
- Lack or excessive appetite.
4. Sleep Changes:
- Hypersomnia (the person sleeps excessively).
5. Fatigue or Lack of Energy:
6. Psychomotor Retardation or Agitation:
- Unable to sit still.
- Slow speech.
- Slow body movement.
- Lack of responsiveness.
7. Concentration Problems:
- Inability to focus.
- Difficulties making decisions.
- Memory problems.
- Frustration over small, insignificant things.
- Easily annoyed.
- Angry outbursts.
- Worthless and guilt feelings.
- Critical attitude toward previous falls and mistakes.
10. Aches and Pains:
- Diarrhea or constipation.
- Abdominal pain.
- Joint pain.
Are you suffering from depression? Contact Tulsa Therapist Alina Morrow, LPC, today to make an appointment and get the help and relief you deserve. You can reach me by texting or calling 918-403-8873 or by Email.
Page Last Modified: October 30, 2016