Depression doesn’t alway fit into a neat box and symptoms vary from person to person. Milder and less frequent types of depression include:
Dysthymia: A mood disorder consisting of chronic depression but with less severity than Major Depressive Disorder. Chronic depression is diagnosed when a person has a prolonged period of repeated mild depression.
If you are battling this condition, it is possible you may have become used to feeling significantly low, and be reticent about seeking medical help. But the truth is, you do deserve to be enjoying life and reaching your potential. We can help you to achieve recovery with therapy and medication.
Depressive Disorder Not Otherwise Specified: This is a common phrase for other types of mild depression with some similar symptoms to the above mentioned categories, but that don’t fall into them fully.