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4th World Depression Congress, will be organized around the theme “Theme: A New Beginning for Depression Therapy”

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Depression is a common mood disorder caused by stress. It drains our energy and hope. The process of overcoming depression is not straightforward. Those who have low self-confidence, are constantly depressed or are already stressed are prone to depression. Physical changes in the body can cause mental health issues such as insomnia. Environmental depression has nothing to do with our brain function, and does not occur as a result of sickness or family issues. It happens as a result of our surrounding environment situations throughout the course of a normal day. Having a close relationship with someone is believed to help treat depression. A close relationship with a pet may have a similar effect. Under anesthesia, small electric currents are passed through the brain during Psychotherapy. In addition, it can cause depression, which can result in a great deal of distress in oneself. The cure for depression is to find in ourselves the real meaning of life.

  • Track 1-1Psychotherapy
  • Track 1-2Anxiety
  • Track 1-3Disorders of attention and behaviour
  • Track 1-4Brain training
  • Track 1-5Insomnia

Psychotic depression is a type of depression that is accompanied by psychotic symptoms plus sadness and hopelessness, and is associated with depression. You may see, hear, smell, or believe things that are not real. This is the result of a serious disorder, where the person's thoughts and physical movements slow down. Those who suffer from psychotic depression may harm themselves or others. Taking alcohol or drugs can cause psychotic disorders. This includes stimulants such as cocaine. Antipsychotic medications can be used to treat these symptoms. Changes in eating habits, sleep patterns, etc. may also be seen.

  • Track 2-1Amnesia
  • Track 2-2Stendhal Syndrome
  • Track 2-3Megalomania
  • Track 2-4Agoraphobia
  • Track 2-5Anorexia nervosa
  • Track 2-6Unpredictable chronic mild test


Persons who are speechless or motionless for a long time are said to be in possession, oppressed, and depressed. This may be the result of psychological or physiological factors. The inability to move normally is the result. Changes in appetite, difficulty falling asleep, difficulty getting up, and thoughts of suicide or death are signs of catatonic depression. People experiencing hypersomnia cannot return to normal functioning. Hypersomnia also puts them at risk for depression throughout their lives, although this depression can be treated. Symptomatic relief is provided initially. People around the people who are suffering from this depression should provide them with adequate support


  • Track 3-1Fatigue
  • Track 3-2Overwhelmed
  • Track 3-3Hypersomnia
  • Track 3-4Hyper Ventilate
  • Track 3-5Intensely Anxious
  • Track 3-6Cognitive Depression


Those with obsessive compulsive disorder do not find pleasure in positive things, and their mood does not improve with positive events. It means that when overcoming a phobia and thinking of sorrowful thoughts, if anything good happens, the individual's mood does not improve, not even for a short period of time. Their depression is constantly worse in the morning, they may lose weight, and they feel excessive guilt. Our findings suggest that the biological difference between melancholic and atypical depression can be reflected in pro-inflammatory cytokine levels.


  • Track 4-1Sleep disorders
  • Track 4-2Panic disorder
  • Track 4-3Phobia
  • Track 4-4Impairments
  • Track 4-5Visual processing
  • Track 4-6Overgeneralization


Temporary depression caused by stress is called a situational depression. This type of depression usually improves after an experience or series of events that shocked you. An example would be post-traumatic stress disorder. Patients have trouble adjusting to their daily lives. Reactive depression is another name for it. Individuals who suffer from this type of depression will have different symptoms. People suffering from situational depression may be more vulnerable to stressful life events and suffer panic attacks. These events can cause problems in your daily life. Situational depression can be triggered by both positive and negative stress. Symptoms appear after being involved in a stressful event or series of events. Suicidal thoughts may develop.


  • Track 5-1Regular crying
  • Track 5-2Agitation
  • Track 5-3Situational depression
  • Track 5-4Suicidal thoughts
  • Track 5-5Panic attacks
  • Track 5-6Sleep Deprivation
  • Track 5-7Clozapine


It is an unhappy or dysthymic condition characterized by a few manifestations, including enthusiasm or weight pick up, weakness or depressive disorder or over the top rest, failing, dispositions that are forcefully open to circumstance, and feeling to a quick-tempered. Adolescents who experience atypical dejection frequently experience it early in life, during their adolescence. The individuals suffering from anxiety and depression are likely to lose appetite, and their behavior will become submissive. Perinatal depression and anxiety issues are unique, however individuals experiencing depression are likely to experience symptoms similar to tension, such as apprehension, touch, and sleepiness. Whatever the case, each kind of confusion has its own particular causes and its own enthusiastic and behavioral symptoms.


  • Track 6-1Cationic depression
  • Track 6-2Loss of appetite
  • Track 6-3Pathologies
  • Track 6-4Submissiveness
  • Track 6-5Impulsivity


The second leading cause of death among young people is suicide. People suffering from bad emotions who are unable to control their stress often see death as the only way out. A temporary state can only be permanently fixed by suicide. When the risk of death is high, friends and relatives should seek professional guidance. Many people that are dead might benefit from a distinct, who may be able to convince them to seek a treatment. There is a previous history of family members or mental disorders, or if the person is experiencing panic attacks, severe anxiety or agitation.


  • Track 7-1Hypomanic
  • Track 7-2Attention deficit
  • Track 7-3Prognosis
  • Track 7-4Temper Tantrums
  • Track 7-5Euphoria


Bipolar disorder is characterized by extremes in mood and energy levels, highs of mania and lows of depression, changes in sleep energy, and changes in concentration. Bipolar depression can last for days, weeks, or months. Symptoms can be so severe that they prevent you from functioning normally. There are several types of bipolar depression, including mania and hypomania. Each person experiences bipolar depression differently. Symptoms differ depending on the type of depression. Bipolar depression is characterized by rapid mood swings. Bipolar depression is a lifelong condition with destructive consequences both for the person suffering from depression and the people caring by providing physical support for the consumers before depression therapy begins, this burden may be reduced.


  • Track 8-1Extreme irritability
  • Track 8-2Chronic pain
  • Track 8-3Schizophrenia
  • Track 8-4Anorexic
  • Track 8-5Hypomania


When someone is suffering from depression, they may get angry for no apparent reason or spend a lot of time alone. Sleeping in the morning and staying awake at night can cause people to feel uneasy. People with other psychological disorders, such as schizophrenia, in that case suicide psychosis. For the most part, those with maniacal melancholy have mental trips that revolve around despondency, although insane manifestations tend to be all the more peculiar or improbable and do not appear linked to a disposition state, like thinking outsiders are following them for reasons unknown to both parties.


  • Track 9-1Hypochondria
  • Track 9-2Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex
  • Track 9-3Hallucinations
  • Track 9-4Suspiciousness
  • Track 9-5Inappropriate emotions


Depression is more than just feeling down when it comes to neurobiology. A lot of people suffer from depression. Nearly 17 percent of people experience depression at some point in their lives. Sadness has been associated with issues in the cerebrum as to the neurotransmitters serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine. It is exceptionally hard to measure the level of neurotransmitters in a man's cerebrum. Many mental illnesses that are classified as psychiatric disorders are neurobiological. Major depressive disorder has significant neurobiological consequences affecting structural, functional, and molecular changes in several areas of the brain. Antidepressant pharmacotherapy is related with renovation of the causal neuropsychology.


  • Track 10-1Physiology
  • Track 10-2Hippocampus
  • Track 10-3Macrophage
  • Track 10-4Neuroplasticity
  • Track 10-5Neuroanatomical
  • Track 10-6Prefrontal cortex
  • Track 10-7Amygdala


A mood disorder that develops as a result of drug use, intoxication, or withdrawal is called an induced mood disorder. Induced mood disorder is no longer a diagnosis, conferring to the latest kind of the diagnostic statistical manual for mental depression, and it causes a change in the way that patients think and act as a result of taking or stopping a drug. Mood disorders, changes in mood over the previous days, are difficult to pinpoint. Nervousness and restlessness result from drug use or stopping use. Patients are uninterested in things that people usually enjoy.


  • Track 11-1Echolalia
  • Track 11-2Inability or refused to speak
  • Track 11-3Negativism
  • Track 11-4Stereotypy
  • Track 11-5Wavy Flexibility
  • Track 11-6Psychomotor


The subsyndromal depression occurs when there are more than two symptoms of depression of the same quality as major depression (SSD). Subsyndromal depression has a detrimental effect on overall health. Anxious stress causes low concentration in people with depression because they worry too much and experience low concentrating. They are deeply concerned that something horrible is going to happen or that they may lose control of themselves. An acute and disabling feeling of anxiety exits suddenly. Psychotherapy may be needed.


  • Track 12-1Psychomotor agitation
  • Track 12-2Despondency
  • Track 12-3Reduce ability to concentrate
  • Track 12-4Loss of appetite
  • Track 12-5Pathologies


In addition to dysthymia, resistant depressive disorder is also known as dysthymia. They may also lose concentration in daily activities, feel hopeless, inefficient, and have a general sense of ineffectiveness. In addition to affecting our relationships, school, work, and daily activities, this feeling may last for years. Persistent disorder symptoms change over time and can come and go over years. But they rarely last longer than two months at a time. Persistent depression can also lead to major depression. This is referred to as double depression sometimes. There were also other psychiatric disorders among the patients who suffer from dysthymic disorder, anxiety being the most common one.


  • Track 13-1Inherited traits
  • Track 13-2Biological difference
  • Track 13-3Poor concentration
  • Track 13-4Dysthymia
  • Track 13-5Indecisiveness
  • Track 13-6Chronic Stress


Lateral phase disorder is a geriatric disorder. The symptoms of this disorder can include depressed or changeable moods, anxiety, irritability, anger. All of these symptoms occur one week before the menstrual cycle begins and last until a couple days after it begins. These symptoms are usually severe and crippling. It is hard to carry on with your daily activities when you are suffering from such symptoms. Premenstrual dysphonic disorder is treated with antidepressants. Those who suffer from this disorder may be unable to sleep. Insomnia hormone therapy is also necessary for those who suffer from this disorder.


  • Track 14-1Mental illness
  • Track 14-2Lamotrigine
  • Track 14-3Submissiveness
  • Track 14-4Impulsivity
  • Track 14-5Dialectical Behavioural


A mental illness might be a condition that influences an identity's reasoning, feeling or inclination. Such conditions may affect somebody's capacity to identify with others and on everyday execution. Every individual can have entirely unexpected encounters, even people with a similar determination. Recuperation and in addiction huge parts in social life, workforce, and work is plausible, especially after you start treatment early and assume a vigorous part in your own particular recuperation technique. A psychological state condition isn't the consequence of one occasion. Investigation recommends various, connecting causes. Hereditary qualities, climate and way of life impact whether somebody builds up a psychological well-being condition. A distressing activity or home life makes a few people extra inclined, as do awful life occasions like being the casualty of illegal.


  • Track 15-1Childhood Trauma
  • Track 15-2Childhood Dissociative Disorder
  • Track 15-3Hallucinations
  • Track 15-4Delusions


Suicide  is the demonstration of deliberately causing one's own particular passing. Hazard factors Include mental scatters like sorrow, push, uneasiness, bipolar confusion, schizophrenic psychosis, identity issue, liquor addiction, substance abuse, and utilization of benzodiazepines. Different issues may incorporate incautious acts because of stress, for example, money-related issues, and work environment stress, issues with connections or from harassing. The individuals who have already attempted suicide those are at higher hazard for future activities. Suicide anticipation  endeavours incorporate constraining access to strategies for suicide, for example, guns, medications, and toxic substances, treating mental disarranges and substance abuse, legitimate media detailing of suicide, and enhancing monetary conditions.


  • Track 16-1Suicide Prevention Strategy and Practice
  • Track 16-2Emergency Medicine
  • Track 16-3Genetics and Neurobiology of Suicide
  • Track 16-4Risk, Resilience and Reasons for Living
  • Track 16-5Suicidal Behavior in Adolescents & Older Adults
  • Track 16-6Suicide Bereavement & Postvention