Affective disorders are emotional disorders in which to show for extended periods of excessive sadness and / or a greatly elevated mood. Mood disorders are divided into
(Affective disorders in children s. Depression in Children and Adolescents.) Mood disorders are emotional disorders in which to show for extended periods of excessive sadness and / or a greatly elevated mood. Mood disorders are divided into depressive bipolar anxiety disorders and related disorders also affect the mood. Sadness and joy (euphoria) are part of everyday life. Sadness is a universal response to defeats, disappointments and other daunting situations. Joy is a universal response to success, reaching a goal, and other encouraging situations. Kummer, a form of sadness, is considered normal emotional response to loss. Mourning referred specifically the emotional reaction to the death of a loved one. A mood disorder is diagnosed when sadness or elation is overly intense and persistent and is accompanied by a necessary number of other symptoms of affective disorders as well as the functioning of a person significantly affected. In such cases, an intense sadness called depression, and an intense elation as mania. Depressive disorders are characterized by a depression; Bipolar disorders are characterized by different combinations of depression and mania. The lifetime risk of suicide among those with a depressive interference between 2 and 15% and depends on the severity of the disorder. The risk is further increased in the following cases: At the beginning of treatment, when psychomotor activity returned to normal, but the mood is still grim comprise While mixed bipolar states case personally significant anniversaries by severe anxiety by alcohol and drug use Other complications of mood disorders easy to work to complete inability to maintain interpersonal relationships and to perform routine activities Affected food intake Severe anxiety alcoholism Other drug addictions.