Dysthymic Disorder

Dysthymic Disorder

Dysthymic disorderWhile the exact cause of dysthymic disorder is not known, this mood disorder is a problem that can become worse if not treated. Symptoms of dysthymic disorder include constant feelings of hopelessness, trouble sleeping, low self-esteem, poor concentration and other signs common with depression. The dangers of dysthymic disorder may seem minimal to some, but without effective treatment, things may go from bad to worse. On GoMentor.com, you can get help from a great range of therapists who understand the nuances of dysthymic disorder and can help with you with online treatment.

Symptoms of Dysthymic Disorder 

These are the major signs of dsythymic disorder:

  • Hopelessness
  • Insomnia
  • Hypersomnia
  • Fatigue
  • Poor self-esteem
  • Poor appetite
  • Overeating
  • Lack of concentration

While dysthymic disorder is generally considered a mild form of depression, there are risks associated with this mood disorder. If not treated, dysthymia may turn into a major depressive episode, which can have serious consequences. Also, the low energy and self-esteem can have a negative impact on a person's life, not letting them enjoy life to the fullest. If dysthymia does turn into a major depressive disorder, there are chances of suicidal thoughts or attempts, which is not a good thing.

Treatment for Dysthymic Disorder 

In general, cognitive and behavioural therapy as well as interpersonal therapy is good for treatment of dysthymic disorder. On GoMentor.com, you can get online therapy with trained therapists who specialize in mood disorders like dysthymic disorder and depression. Online therapy for dsythymic disorder may be relatively new, but it is a powerful form of treatment that combines psychotherapy with the power of the Internet. Getting treatment for dysthymic disorder before it becomes and even bigger issue is important. The online treatment you can get from the highly skilled professionals through GoMentor 24/7 may be just what you need to get help with this mood disorder.

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