Major Depression Directory
Major depression, also sometimes called clinical depression, is characterized by symptoms that can lead to difficulty working, problems interacting with family and friends, poor sleeping, and more. Treatments involve antidepressants and other therapies. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about symptoms of major depression, risk factors, how to treat it, and much more.
Treatment-Resistant Depression Care
WebMD explains various therapies used for treatment-resistant depression, including ECT, lithium, and antidepressants.
Feeling Depressed-Preparing For Your Appointment
A list of questions that will help your health care professional diagnose and treat Feeling Depressed.
Feeling Depressed-Check Your Symptoms
WebMD provides questions to check symptoms of depression. This may help you determine if your symptoms indicate seeing a doctor.
Feeling Depressed-Topic Overview
Everyday events and our reactions to them sometimes interfere with our sense of well - being and peace of mind. It is common to get the blues or become sad when disappointed.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: 11 Warning Signs of a Depression Relapse
See some signs depression may be back. Learn when sadness, sleeping habits, irritability, and more may be signs to seek help for depression.
Slideshow: Physical Symptoms of Depression
Does your depression make you hurt? See the physical symptoms of depression -- like sleep problems, chest pain, fatigue, and headaches.
Slideshow: Sneaky Depression Triggers as You Age
From too little vitamin B12 to too much time alone, a look at surprising causes of depression in midlife and beyond -- and how to beat it.
Slideshow: A Closer Look at Depression
What is depression? WebMD provides information on symptoms, tests, and treatments for many types of the disorder.