Zeitschrift für Depression und Angst

Zeitschrift für Depression und Angst
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ISSN: 2167-1044


Short Note on Mood Disorders

Berl Etensel*

A mood disorder is a type of mental illness that affects a person's emotional state. It's a mental illness in which a person has protracted periods of excessive happiness, misery, or both. It's natural for someone's mood to shift based on the circumstances. Symptoms of a mood disorder, on the other hand, must be present for several weeks or more to be identified. Mood problems can alter their behavior and impair their capacity to cope with everyday tasks such as work or school. A mood disorder, also known as an affective disorder, is a medical illness that has a significant influence on one's mood and associated functions. Mood disorder is a wide term that encompasses all sorts of depressive and bipolar disorders, both of which have an impact on mood. The emotions may swing from exceedingly low (depressed) to highly high (irritable) if people have indications of a mood disorder