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Some people exhibit psychomotor retardation—a condition in which it is difficult to initiate and sustain activity. Symptoms may change over the course of a day with a worse mood in the morning and a better mood at night or vice versa. Psychomotor retardation slowed movement, usually as a result of severe clinical depression. When emotion and cognition become depressed enough, motor function can also become depressed, causing the appearance of physical slowing. 12. How is depression diagnosed? Depression is diagnosed as part of a complete psychiatric or other mental health evaluation.

Married males have lower rates than unmarried males, and married females have higher rates than unmarried females.

Appetite is slowed so that people often lose their sense of hunger, taste, or interest in food. This can paradoxically lead to weight gain, because food is chosen that is the most immediately rewarding, usually high in fats and carbohydrates. Bowels slow, leading to indigestion and constipation. Energy slows, causing feelings of fatigue. Sleep slows, leading to disruption. All these physiologic states are Diagnosis to prevent perceived harm. Identifying how one feels sometimes becomes as difficult as describing the nose on one’s face without ever looking in a mirror.

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