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The category of depressive disorders includes several conditions. They are all characterized by the presence of sad, empty, or irritable moods accompanied by physical and cognitive symptoms. They differ in terms of duration, timing, and causes.
Major depressive disorder: A condition characterized by loss of interest in activities and depressed mood, which leads to significant impairments in how a person can function. Common symptoms shared by these disorders include difficulty feeling motivated, lack of interest in previously enjoyed activities, sleep disturbances, and poor concentration.
are those that are characterized by excessive and persistent fear, worry, anxiety and related behavioral disturbances. Fear involves an emotional response to a threat, whether that threat is real or perceived. Anxiety involves the anticipation that a future threat may arise.
is characterized by shifts in mood as well as changes in activity and energy levels. The disorder often involves experiencing shifts between elevated moods and periods of depression. Such elevated moods can be pronounced and are referred to either as mania or hypomania.