Conclusion

Depression is an experience that has been shared by most human beings at one time or another. Thus, it can be thought of as a feeling state that is within the realm of normal functioning. If the frequency, intensity, and duration of this feeling increase, it can become a pathological process. After it crosses a certain threshold, criteria for which are now well-defined, it is diagnosed as a specific mental disorder. Mental health interventions that focus on this disorder include preventive, treatment, and maintenance interventions, of which treatment is the most developed and the most available. The public health impact of depression is considerable. Advances in the identification and dissemination of effective mood management strategies could have a major impact in the health of our societies.

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