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Hello Sir, I am in depression

Hello Sir,
I am in depression from past 15-20 days due to some problem.I facing some problems like forget things after 2-3 hours and somethings even not being able to recover,eyes and head heaviness,sometimes severe pain in upper portion of head,not being able to concentrate on work.Sometimes while doing work I forget for what and why I was doing this work.
I am working in a company.There is again work pressure.So while doing work I feel that my head is waving around and on both sides in front I feel that my head is so heavy that it will burst out.As a result I am not being able to work.My face has lost its charm and I look like a patient.
Is this due to depression or something wrong with my brain?
should I go for CT SCAN or MRI for brain?
Please tell me what should I do?
Please reply as soon as possible.

Dear friend, It sounds like

Dear friend,

It sounds like you are having symptoms of depression. There are numerous symptoms of clinical depression including cognitive, somatic, and behavioral symptoms with a few others. Cognitive symptoms occur in thoughts. Typical examples of cognitive symptoms are slowed thinking, poor concentration, and suicidal or morbid thoughts. Somatic symptoms are those that result in physical problems, such as fatigue, lethargy, aches and pains, changes in appetite and sleep patterns, anhedonia (loss of pleasure in life), and a loss of sexual desire. Behavioral symptoms include psychomotor retardation, which is the slowing down of motor responses, and social withdrawal. Emotional symptoms may include sadness, feelings of guilt, and anxiety. You should see a doctor for an anti depressant medication, or a therapist for counseling -- both are effective treatments for depression.

Best of luck,
Dr. Williams

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

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