Depression is a common mental health disorder characterized by persistent sadness, feelings of worthlessness, loss of interest in activities, and difficulty functioning in day-to-day life.
Clinical depression, on the other hand, refers to a more severe and persistent form of depression that requires medical treatment. It is also known as major depressive disorder and is diagnosed when a person experiences symptoms of depression for more than two weeks. Clinical depression can greatly impact a person's ability to carry out everyday activities, and it often requires a combination of therapy and medication to manage.
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