Do You Have Depression?

Have you been feeling persistently sad, empty, or down for most of the day, nearly every day?

Do you often experience a loss of interest or pleasure in activities that you once enjoyed?

Have you noticed significant changes in your appetite or weight (either an increase or decrease)?

Do you find it difficult to fall asleep, stay asleep, or experience excessive sleepiness?

Have you been feeling unusually fatigued or lacking in energy?

Do you frequently feel restless, agitated, or have difficulty sitting still?

Have you experienced a decrease in your ability to think, concentrate, or make decisions?

Do you frequently feel worthless, guilty, or have excessive self-criticism?

Have you had recurrent thoughts of death or suicide, or have you made any suicide attempts?

Have you noticed a significant decrease or increase in your overall level of physical activity?

Do you often feel hopeless or as if life has no meaning?

Have you experienced a loss of interest in your personal appearance or hygiene?

Do you frequently feel irritable or easily angered?

Have you noticed a decrease in your sex drive or sexual pleasure?

Do you tend to isolate yourself from friends, family, or social activities?

Have you had difficulties managing your responsibilities, such as work, school, or household tasks?

Have you noticed physical symptoms such as headaches, stomachaches, or back pain without a clear medical cause?

Do you have a family history of depression or other mental health conditions?

Have you experienced significant life changes, such as the loss of a loved one, a job, or a relationship recently?

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