Recurring Depression

The word ‘recurring’ means ‘appearing or occurring again after intervals’. A ‘recurring depression’ is when a person experiences another depressive episode after an interval of at least 2 consecutive months without being depressed. This article contains more information that can help you understand better about what recurring depression means.  Depressive disorders are common and are often a challenge because of the risk of it returning. Depressive disorders can be treated. However, it’s important to understand that there’s a possibility of it recurring, so you might experience more than just a single depressive episode.  Studie…

Recurring Depression


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