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i m feeling hopeless and worthless most of the time,and i m most of the time tired and usually sleeping though i dont want to,i m eating alot more then normal,and i cant concentrate over anything even important things like my career! is this depression?

i feel all this at certain

i feel all this at certain time in a day,then again after this i feel fine and think everything is fine!?

Dear friend, The symptoms you

Dear friend,

The symptoms you are describing is really a very classic case of depression. Common symptoms of major depressive disorder include: sad mood, feeling worthless or guilty, depressive ruminations, lack of energy and motivation, difficulties sleeping or sleeping too much, loss of appetite or eating too much and aches and pains.

I am not exactly sure what you mean when you say that sometimes you feel fine. If you are feeling fine for many days at a time, then it is probably not clinical depression. But if you are feeling bad most days, then it could be quite serious. It would be important for you to get help for your symptoms. See your doctor -- preferably a psychiatrist for a evaluation. There are many effective medications and therapies for depression. So if that is the problem you can get help and start to feel better again.

Best of luck,
Dr. Williams.

Monnica T. Williams, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist specializing in OCD

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