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In general, depression is a sadness that continues day after day. There is also a list of symptoms to watch for, such as lack of interest in things that were historically of interest to you.

Depression can have a significant negative impact on quality of life, on the quality of your medical care, and whether you take a necessary treatment or adhere to a drug and/or nutrition regimen.

Depression does not have to be a part of life after a diagnosis. It can be treated in most cases, even when it co-occurs with other health conditions. There are even techniques for dealing with holiday and post-holiday depression.

NOTE: If you are an employee, depression can be used as a disabling condition to help you claim disability income when you want it.

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