Depressive Disease is an easily treatable illness. Precise understanding of biological and/or social factors, which cause, contribute, maintain or co-exist with the Depressive Disease, will help the Physician in designing the effective treatment. A detailed, nothing held back history is absolutely essential. Often patients do not get help for their Depressive Disease because they, their family members and relatives and sometimes family physicians do not recognize the symptoms. They do not know that treatments are available.

In recent years there have been considerable advances in the treatment of Depressive Disease and results are very much encouraging. Today treatment of Depressive Disease is a combination of:

Drug therapy Electro-Convulsive Therapy (ECT)
Psychotherapy Family Therapy
Relaxation Therapy
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