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Sadness Or Depression? There's A Difference
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8 Oct 2018 09:35 PM EST

Sadness is a symptom of depression, but according to Business Insider, just being sad doesn't necessarily mean you're depressed. The biggest difference between sadness and depression is typically the length of time, and depression also typically comes with physical symptoms. While many people haven't been officially diagnosed with depression, the mood disorder affects nearly one in 10 US adults. A major depressive disorder lasts for at least two weeks and affects a person's ability to work and to carry out usual daily activities. It also hinders a person's capacity to maintain satisfying personal relationships. Depression is diagnosed when the person experiences five or more symptoms that last more than two weeks.

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