Depression Symptoms Check List
Disclaimer: The symptom check list is for informational purposes only and should not be considered as a personal diagnosis. The Symptoms Check List is merely a guide which can aid you in your decision to seek treatment. Always consult with a mental health professional or medical doctor if you have concerns.
General Symptoms of Depression
The most common symptoms of depression include:
1. Depressed Moods:
- Hopelessness and sadness feelings.
- Feeling discouraged or empty.
2. Loss of Interest:
- Inability to feel or experience pleasure.
- The person loses interest in things that were pleasurable in the past such as social activities or interaction, sex, hobbies.
3. Appetite or Weight Changes:
- Significant weight gain or loss.
- Lack or excessive appetite.
4. Sleep Changes:
- Hypersomnia (the person sleeps excessively).
5. Fatigue or Lack of Energy:
6. Psychomotor Retardation or Agitation:
- Unable to sit still.
- Slow speech.
- Slow body movement.
- Lack of responsiveness.
7. Concentration Problems:
- Inability to focus.
- Difficulties making decisions.
- Memory problems.
- Frustration over small, insignificant things.
- Easily annoyed.
- Angry outbursts.
- Worthless and guilt feelings.
- Critical attitude toward previous falls and mistakes.
10. Aches and Pains:
- Diarrhea or constipation.
- Abdominal pain.
- Joint pain.
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Page Last Updated: June 6, 2021