Depression is a common mental health disorder that affects millions of people worldwide.
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The final tipping over from being rational to becoming nothing like that can happen very quickly and usually for me, it happens at the weekend.
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Researchers found that mental health chatbots are able to effectively engage people with depression in empathetic conversations.
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Depression is a mood disorder characterised by chronic sadness and a loss of interest in previously enjoyed activities.
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People often say things like ‘I feel so depressed’ or ‘that’s depressing’, but the truth is that depression is a well-defined mental disorder.
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People can be on the best psychotropic medication targeting a mental health disorder and still experience disruptive and paralysing symptoms.