Dysthymia: Persistent Depressive Disorder

Dysthymia is a chronic depression which is less severe than major depression. But, those who suffer from dysthymia can also experience periods of major depression which can be called “double depression”. Both chronic depression and dysthymia are now referred to as persistent depressive disorders.

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