Tag: Dépression

  • Depression: misleading or masked forms

    Depression: misleading or masked forms

    A depressive state in which somatic phenomena dominate, in such a way as to completely camouflage the depressive background. Called also latent depression, occult depression or currently equivalent depressive, it is, in the experience of all practitioners and especially in general medicine, an indisputable clinical reality. CLINIC: What are the most common somatic symptoms? All devices…

  • Depression

    Depression

    The overall prevalence for depressive disorders is estimated at about 10% of the general population with an annual incidence of 3% in men and almost 6% in women. The peak prevalence is between 25 and 45 years old. CLINIC: The diagnosis of depression is clinical. Depressive syndrome: FUNDAMENTAL S YMPTOMS: – Affective sphere:   the mood is different from the…

  • Depression in adolescence

    Depression in adolescence

    Introduction: After considering depression as a normal state of adolescence, the majority of clinicians distinguish moderate and transient depressive feelings from the normal development of adolescence from the different forms of depression that may take place at that age. The origin of these depressions of adolescence is not univocal. Developmental, hormonal, affective, cognitive and psychosocial changes…

  • Depression in children

    Depression in children

    INTRODUCTION: The status of “depression in children” is, to say the least, curious. On the one hand, this question has been placed at the center of developmental, psychodynamic and psychopathological reflection since the early work of child psychoanalysts (M Klein, DW Winnicott …). On the other hand, the clinical reality of depression in children seems…

  • Depression in infants

    Depression in infants

    DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS General information: We must first of all recall metapsychological evidence that the more young the baby is, the less it is differentiated, both intrapsychically and extra-psychically. As a consequence, as soon as one speaks of the depression of the baby, the question of the maternal (or family) depression is ipso facto formed in…

  • Sadness to Depression

    Sadness to Depression

    THYMIE: Defined by Jean Delay, the thymie appears as a “variable” participating in psychic functioning of any individual, regardless of his personality, even if it influences changes in his mood. The existence of the “independent” variable is supported by our ability to evaluate it. The simple test is to rate our mood, for example in…

  • Facilitated soda it would increase the risk of depression ?

    Facilitated soda it would increase the risk of depression ?

    According to a new US study, excessive consumption of low-fat soft drinks is associated with an increased risk of depression. However, the study does not say whether the drink is directly responsible for this increase. If drinking soda low-fat is better for the line that consuming classic drinks, this could be much worse for morale.…