The diagnosis of depression is not easy to make.
Diagnosing depression has to be done carefully and in consultation with your doctor.
The most important thing you can do is to remember to ask questions.
It is best to ask the question as many times as you can to see if there are any clues that your symptoms are related to depression.
Depression is not an illness and is not something to be ashamed of.
There are many other conditions which can be treated successfully and there are many different ways of treating depression, but the key is to recognise that the condition exists.
If you are struggling to cope with your symptoms and are unsure about the cause of the depression, you should consult your GP or seek professional help.
Depression can also be triggered by stress and anxiety and if you experience them frequently, you might also feel suicidal.
To help you cope with these symptoms, we have compiled a list of common symptoms to help you know if you might be suffering from an anxiety disorder or depression.
Here are some of the more common symptoms of depression: feeling like you can’t concentrate or sleep well