Clinical depression can increase for just about any reason. Depression sometimes has no rhyme or reason. Depression can reappear or increase for no apparent reason. This is common just because a person experiences a mild or severe type of mood disturbance simply because they have the disease. Much like physical ailments it chooses to present itself simply because you suffer from this disorder.
It also has been noticed that depression will increase in response to other stressors. This can be stress or life circumstances. When you experience negative life stressors the possibility that your depressive symptoms may reappear are good. Stress from life circumstances such as divorce, job loss, grief, relationship issues, and family issues can increase the likelihood of depression. It requires the management of depression as well as resolving the feelings that go with these problems.
You are the best judge of why you are experiencing depression. If you have a chemical imbalance that results from depression you may not need a life stressor to experience an increase in symptoms. It is important for you to maintain a contact with treatment whether that is medication or counseling so that when it appears you are already connected. If you find that medication is not enough then you should engage in a therapeutic process so that you do not depend totally on medication.
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