Postpartum Depression affects some women after giving birth. Hormonal changes, combined with the emotional and physical demands of childbirth,
Psychotic Depression is a severe form of depression that includes symptoms of depression accompanied by psychosis.
Psychosis involves experiencing delusions or hallucinations that are not based in reality. Individuals with psychotic depression may have false beliefs or hear voices that others do not hear
Atypical Depression is characterized by a unique set of symptoms that differ from those of other types of depression. People with atypical depression may experience mood reactivity,
symptoms may include increased appetite, weight gain, excessive sleep, heaviness in the limbs, and sensitivity to rejection. Atypical depression can be challenging to diagnose and often requires specialized treatment.
Situational Depression, also known as reactive depression, is a type of depression triggered by specific life events or situations.
Examples include the loss of a loved one, a major life change, or experiencing trauma. While the symptoms may resemble those of major depression,
Remember, depression is a treatable condition, and with the right diagnosis, support, and treatment, individuals can embark on a path towards healing, recovery, and improved well-being.