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  • Dysthymia

    Dysthymia, formerly called depressive personality,  is a greek word meaning "ill humor" and is a chronic condition characterized by depressive symptoms that occur for most of the day, more days than not, for at least 2 years, but with less severity than major depressive disorder.

    People who suffer from dysthymia have often experienced dysthymia for many years before it is diagnosed. People around a person with dysthymia come to believe that the sufferer is "just a moody person". Dysthymia is not a sign of weakness or a negative personality.

    Dysthymia takes a toll on the body, and about 65% of patients report their depression is accompanied by pain. The pain associated with dysthymia may include headaches, back pain, tender muscles, and sore joints. Fatigue, dizziness and sleeping too much or too little are also commonly seen in dysthymia.

     

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