Dispossessions Oppression and Depression

Dispossession, oppression and depression are caused when the person is speechless and motionless for some extended period that may have for psychological or physiological behaviour bases. They are inability to move normally. Symptoms of catatonic depression change in appetite, trouble falling asleep, and trouble getting out of bed, thoughts of suicide or death. People who experienced hypersomnia does not come to normal functioning. They are also at risk throughout their lives and this depression is treatable. Initial treatment provides symptomatic relief. The people who are suffering from this depression should have adequate support of the people who are around them.

 

  • Fatigue
  • Overwhelmed
  • Hypersomia
  • Hyper Ventilate
  • Intensely Anxious
  • Cognitive Depression

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