Depression: Serious or Not
Depression: Serious or Not?
Currently, the world has a population of about 7.6 billion people and 300 million people suffer from depression, almost 4%. In Thailand, there are 1.5 million people suffering from depression, which is 2.2% of all 69 million Thais. It is shocking that up to 4,000 Thais successfully commit suicide each year. The main cause of suicide is #depression.
What is depression?
Depression is a brain disorder that affects thoughts, emotions, feelings, behaviors and physical health. But what most people know about depression tends to> Diagnosis of depression patients starts with asking about their symptoms, effect, level of severity, characteristics of daily life, congenital disease, medications and family history. This will be assessed by a medical professional in conjunction with the observed personality. The patient will also take a psychological test to assess how the patient should be treated.
Examination and treatment of patients with depression
Diagnosis of depression patients starts with asking about their symptoms. effect and the level of severity Characteristics of daily life, congenital disease, medications, including family history will be assessed by a medical professional in conjunction with the observed personality. Take a psychological test to bring the results to assess how the patient should be treated in any way
We cannot cure or treat depression on our own. If you start to feel that your life is not normal, unbalanced, stressed, seeing a psychiatrist is like a mental health check to let us understand our own mental state at that moment. Your doctor will recommend ways to prevent and improve your mental health by adjusting the way of thinking or may treat you with medication because psychological problems or behavior that has changed is not caused by depression alone. Seeing a psychiatrist will help us get the right treatment.
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