Recognizing Symptoms of Depression

Dr. Wichman was on FOX43 discussing the symptoms associated with depression this week. With everyone starting to get back outside and seeing friends again, now may be the time when you are able to pick up on if everything is not okay with friends and family. At Breakaway TMS & Psychiatry we have seen more depression this year than in the past. Keep an eye out for your friends, family and even yourself to watch for symptoms of depression you may be overlooking.

Symptoms to be on the lookout for:

  • Decreased Motivation
  • Low Energy
  • Decreased Drive
  • Friendship and work being affected
  • Increased sadness and uncontrollable crying
  • Isolating
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Decreased motivation, energy and drive are big symptoms of depression.

Dr. David Wichman

Depression generally has the same symptoms across sexes but men and woman may experience depression differently because of hormonal differences. There are options available to help everyone include med management and deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation from Breakaway.

Patients who have opted for Transcranial Magenetic Stimulation from Breakaway have seen a 70% response rate! If you have been suffering from depression deep TMS may be the answer! Ask your doctor about deep TMS from Breakaway or call us at 785-329-5344 today to schedule a free evaluation.

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Dr. Wichman and the staff at Breakaway are here to help you!

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