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There are three different types of depression observed in the adults. Adults feels depressed due to various reasons.

Major Depression - severe symptoms that interfere with your ability to work, sleep, concentrate, eat, and enjoy life. Some people may experience only a single episode within their lifetime, but more often, a person may experience multiple episodes.

Persistent Depressive Disorder (Dysthymia) - depression symptoms that are less severe than those of major depression, but last a long time (at least two years).

Minor Depression - depression symptoms that are less severe than those of major depression and dysthymia, and symptoms do not last long.
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replied January 27th, 2018
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Major depression :
Major depression is sometimes called major depressive disorder, clinical depression, unipolar depression or simply depression. It involves low mood and/or loss of interest and pleasure in usual activities, as well as other symptoms.

Psychotic depression :
Sometimes people with a depressive disorder can lose touch with reality and experience psychosis. This can involve hallucinations or delusions,such as believing they are bad or evil,or that they're being watched or followed.
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replied March 8th, 2018
Depression is a common problem in human beings.Some common types of depression are:-
Major Depressive Disorder
Persistent Depressive Disorder
Bipolar Disorder
Postpartum Depression
Seasonal Affective Disorder
Atypical Depression
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