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Psychotic Depression

Psychotic depression is a severe form of major depression accompanied by symptoms, not specific to depression, but inherent in psychosis. Hallucinations, disorientation, and other forms of distortion of perception of reality.
Why is this disease is not a typical psychosis? Everything is quite simple. The main symptoms of psychotic depression are the same all depressive symptoms – the oppressed, helplessness, loss of interest in life. Psychotic symptoms only accompany them.

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