Depression In Men

Men of all ages and background can get affected due to depression but is likely to be overlooked often. It interferes with their productivity and according to studies; men suffering from depression are more likely to commit suicide than women. Most common symptoms of depression are physical pain (backache, headaches, sexual dysfunction, or digestive disorders), anger (this ranges from irritability, loss of sense of humor to violence. This is the phase where men are tending to becoming abusive and controlling) and reckless behavior. There is no specific treatment for depression but avoiding isolation, sufficient sleep, exercising frequently can help to recover.

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Journal of Depression and Anxiety, Journal of Pain & Relief, Clinical Depression, Journal of Psychiatry, Journal of Psychology & Psychotherapy, Annals of Depression and Anxiety, Depression and Anxiety, Open Journal of Depression, Depression Research and Treatment, Depression Awareness World Psychiatry


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