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  1. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that occurs at a certain time of the year, usually in winter. ... SAD may begin during the teen years or in adulthood. Like other forms of depression , it occurs ...
  2. Social anxiety disorder is a persistent and irrational fear of situations that may involve scrutiny or judgment by others, such as ...
  3. ... in-hand. You are more likely to feel sad or depressed after a heart attack or heart ... It is pretty common to feel down or sad after having a heart attack or heart surgery. ...
  4. ... a group of symptoms, such as stress, feeling sad or hopeless, and physical symptoms that can occur ... impulsive behavior Acting nervous or tense Crying, feeling sad or hopeless, and possibly withdrawing from other people ...
  5. Depression may be described as feeling sad, blue, unhappy, miserable, or down in the dumps. Most of us feel this way at one time or another for short periods. ...
  6. You may feel sad, angry, frustrated, or depressed. All of these feelings are normal and may arise in the hospital or when you ... and when you go out. If you feel sad or depressed, ask your provider about seeing a ...
  7. You may feel sad, angry, frustrated and depressed. All of these feelings are normal and may arise in the hospital or when you ... and when you go out. If you feel sad or depressed, ask your provider about seeing a ...
  8. You may feel sad. You may feel anxious and as though you have to be very careful about what you do. All of ... the time, or if you are feeling very sad, talk with your provider. They can refer you ...
  9. You may feel sad. You may feel anxious and that you have to be very careful about what you do. All of these ... avoid stressful situations. If you feel stressed or sad, tell your provider. They can refer you to ...
  10. ... feel stressed all the time or feel very sad, talk with your provider. If you feel sad or depressed at times, talk to family or ...
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