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Tuesday, 23 March 2010

ENVIROMENTAL THEORY OF DEPRESSION

The Enviromental theory of depression has factors that are not directly related to brain function, inherited traits from parents, medical illnesses, or anything else that may take place within us.Therefore the envriomental facotors are in situations with prolonged stress either at work or in someones own home, having lost someone you loved, and even traumatic events that affected you.

There have been many studies that say that the way we live life, and the events that have happened to us during our life can affect our state of mind and how we face circumstances. The way to help is that how you react with situations like a breakup or loss of a loved one and crisis that we encounter during our life. So the way we react may help develop clinical depression.

http://www.allaboutdepression.com/cau_04.html

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