Prevalence, correlates, and course of minor depression
and major depression in the National Comorbidity Survey.
Similar prevalence rates (15% without pain and 48%, 24%, and 14% with mild, moderate, and severe pain, respectively) were seen in those with minor depression
Of the 28 volunteers with major depression who completed the study', 43% were classified as responders--compared with 61% of the 18 volunteers with minor depression
The search eventually narrowed down to Rapaport et al (2011) The treatment of minor depression
In this study, Dutch researchers measured levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D and PTH in 1,282 participants aged 65 to 95, of whom 26 were suffering from major depression and 169 from minor depression
Our findings may be of clinical relevance because the prevalence of minor depression
in older persons is high (13%), and both decreased serum 25(OH)D levels and increased serum PTH levels can, in theory, be treated with higher dietary intake of vitamin D or calcium and increased exposure to daylight," said Dr.
John's Wort (SJW) be used for minor depression
only because its efficacy for severe depression, and even moderate forms of depression, remains in doubt.
John's wort, a common herbal supplement, and citalopram, a standard antidepressant, are safe and effective in combating minor depression
A London psychiatrist, Mr Mark Collins, was consulted by Hutchence on October 17, 1997 in regard to minor depression
d) Pharmaceutical antidepressants have a clear advantage over Hypericum in treatment of minor depression
Another possible source "is the liberal inclusion of cases that can be classified as minor depression
," they added.
Among the 312 residents who exhibited rejection-of-care behaviors, 18% had delusions, 35% had delirium, 32% had minor depression
, 15% had major depression, and 30% had severe-to-horrible pain.