Mood Disorders Part ONE (CLP4143)

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Mood disorders?
Extremes of mood that cause distress and/or disrupt functioning
General types of moods?
Unipolar
Bipolar (manic depression)
Clinical depression and mania:
Go well beyond these expected reactions
Involve "syndromes" not single symptoms
Depressed mood is also called
Dysphoria
The appetite problems and sleep (symptoms of depression) can
Be either high or low. For different individuals, it can be a lot or a little
Retardation and agitation deal with _____ behaviors
Psychomotor
Worthlessness includes feelings of
Guilt, pessimism, self-denigration
Additional symptoms of depression?
Anxiety
Neglect of personal hygiene and appearance
Somatic complaints (aches, pains, illness)
Diminished sex drive
Suicide attempts
Emotional symptoms of depression?
Dysphoria (depressed mood)
Anxiety
Somatic symptoms?
Loss of energy
Sleep problems
Appetite problems
Somatic complaints
Diminished Sex drives
Cognitive symptoms of depression?
Loss of interest
Worthlessness
Thoughts of death
Loss of concentration
Behavioral symptoms?
Retardation
Agitation
Neglect of personal hygiene and appearance
Suicide attempts