Dysthymia

Definition of Dysthymia:

A milder but chronic form of depression.

Topics Related to Dysthymia

Chronic Fatigue / Fibromyalgia Syndrome

...the condition
“...with many symptoms that are similar to those described by fibromyalgia patients: low energy, poor general health, reduced exercise capacity, muscle weakness, cold intolerance, impaired cognition, dysthymia and decreased lean body mass...”

Depression

...the condition
“...Some people have a chronic but less severe form of depression called dysthymia (or dysthymic disorder)...”
...recommendation St John's Wort
“...John's wort should be used primarily for mild to moderate depression as well as dysthymia...”
...recommendation DHEA
“...311-8] Another study evaluated the efficacy of very high doses of DHEA (450mg) in the treatment of midlife-onset dysthymia...”
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