Persistent Depressive Disorder (formerly known as Dysthymia)

Persistent depressive disorder is characterized by chronic feelings of malaise, general depressed mood, low self-esteem, low energy, difficulties sleeping, poor appetite or overeating, hopelessness, irritability, and difficulty concentrating and making decisions. These symptoms generally cause less impairment than major depressive episodes but are present for at least two years.


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