Feb
06

Depressive phase of Cyclothymic Disorder.

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Depressive phase of Cyclothymic Disorder.
Signs and symptoms of depressive episodes of cyclothymia may include:

Sadness
Hopelessness
Suicidal thoughts or behavior
Anxiety
Guilt
Sleep problems
Appetite problems
Fatigue
Loss of interest in daily activities
Decreased sex drive
Problems concentrating
Irritability
Chronic pain without a known cause

When to see a doctor
If you have any symptoms of cyclothymia, seek medical help as soon as possible. Cyclothymic disorder generally doesn’t get better on its own. If you’re not sure where to start with treatment, see your primary health care provider. He or she may refer you to a mental health provider with experience in cyclothymia or bipolar disorder.

If you’re reluctant to seek treatment, try to work up the courage to confide in someone, whether it’s a friend or loved one, a health care professional, a faith leader, or someone else you trust. He or she can help you take the first steps to successful treatment.

If you have a loved one you think may have symptoms of cyclothymia, have an open and honest discussion about your concerns. You can’t force someone to seek professional help, but you can offer encouragement and support and help your loved one find a qualified doctor or mental health provider.

Articles Mayo Clinic.com

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