Behavioral Health Conditions
Everyone occasionally feels sad or down. These feelings are typically short-lived and pass within a few days. If you continuously feel sad, hopeless and lost for weeks, months or even years it is likely that you have some form of depression. Many people with depression never seek treatment and may live in a depressed state.
For medication information, use the Medication Guide.
- Feeling hopeless
- Sad, anxious or feeling empty
- Difficulty concentrating
- Aches or pains
- Overeating or appetite loss
- Difficulty sleeping or excessive sleeping
- Excessive crying
- Angry outbursts
- Slowed thinking, speaking or body movements