Manic Depression

Life has a way of moving seamlessly from joyous to sorrowful. It’s normal to have “off” days when you’re feeling blue, but if despair has taken over your thoughts and is affecting your ability to live life, it may be time to seek treatment for depression. Depression can’t be turned on and off. Functioning normally, finding happiness, and even just getting through the day may be impossibly overwhelming for those with severe depression or major depressive disorder.


Depression affects everyone differently. The symptoms of depression may vary from person to person, but there are a few warning signs to look out for:

  • Hopelessness and helplessness; the belief that nothing is good enough and nothing will ever get better
  • Overwhelming feelings of worthlessness or guilt; self-loathing
  • Irritability with everyone; allowing everything and everyone to “push your buttons”
  • Loss of energy or fatigue
  • Loss of interest in everyday activities, hobbies, social activities, and even sex


Depression is the leading cause of suicide. If you or a loved one is exhibiting depressive symptoms, it’s important to address them immediately, before deeper issues emerge. Feelings of hopelessness, worthlessness, and loneliness can push people to consider suicide, especially if their depression is unmanaged.

Regardless of the hopelessness and sorrow that you may feel, you can get better. Depression treatment may need time to take effect, but knowing the signs and symptoms of depression can help discover treatment options – like ketamine infusions for the treatment of depression – that are effective in 70% of patients.

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