Depression is a mental disease and it is divided into several types. First of all, the original depression so the one that has not been initiated by any other secondary disease and the secondery depression, which can be a side effect of taking medication. Then we have a mental disease referred to as depression can be divided into several different types in terms of its progress and common symptoms. The unipolar depression includes people who complain about the overall decline in mood and are often resigned. The mental state is clearly impaired, it disrupts the natural rhythm of work and daily life. The biopolar depression is called manic and is much more complex than the unipolar depression.
First of all, the patient suffers from various types of seizures depression, and during the ongoing disease, he or she also experienced at least one episode of mania. The group of symptoms of the biopolar depression usually include: bouts of energy, increased aggression, loss of concentration, impulsive behavior. Left untreated, the bipolar depression can become a psychosis with hallucinations, and even lead to loss of consciousness. Depression in terms of nature can be divided into neurotic depression (it usually refers to young people aged 20-30 years old and is distingushed by a somewhat calmer course), the reactive depression, which is a patient’s reaction to a particularly difficult experience, eg. death of a loved one, car accident; the postnatal depression caused by sadness and fatigue after childbirth, hormonal changes of the organism.