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Facing depression symptoms: Effects of depression in men

Depression is a serious health condition affecting many people currently. Though depression does not discriminate on gender, expert at AWAREmed health and wellness resource center under the able leadership of doctor Dalal Akoury MD have established that, men are more vulnerable than women. And because of that, we really doesn’t seem to have a completely separate type of ‘male depression’. However, the following are some of the symptoms which are more common in men than in women. That is to say depressed men are likely to:

  • Be irritated easily
  • Suffer sudden anger
  • Have increased loss of self-control
  • Greater risk-taking
  • Aggression

Men are also more likely to commit suicide when depressed. Up to that point, it is evident that depression can lead to very fatal life experiences and the sooner this is corrected the better for all of us. That therefore, explains why doctor Akoury made a passionate decision of creating this medical center with a primary objective of transforming each individual’s life through increasing awareness about health and wellness and by empowering individuals to find their own inner healing power. Depression is a serious threat to life and scheduling an appointment with doctor Akoury whose practice focuses on personalized medicine through healthy lifestyle choices that deal with primary prevention and underlying causes instead of patching up symptoms is the best you can do to have this problem addressed professionally. You can always reach her on telephone number 843 213 1480 at convenience.

Facing depression symptoms: Different ways of coping

Men are diagnosed with depression less than women, but do seem to drink and use illegal drugs more heavily than women. It may be that, instead of talking, men use drugs and alcohol as ‘self-medication’ to cope with their depression. Men’s attitudes and behavior may include:


  • Some men are particularly competitive and concerned with power and success. If you are like this, it may be harder to tell someone that you feel fragile or that you need help. You may feel strongly that you have to do it on your own.
  • You may also worry that if you do talk to your partner – or anyone else – about how you feel, they will not be sympathetic.

These attitudes can stop you from talking to your loved ones and doctors about how you’re feeling so you don’t get the help that you need.


  • Shy men seem to be more likely to become depressed.
  • However, depression can happen to anyone, even powerful personalities.


  • Instead of the issues about your feelings you may chose alcohol or drugs to feel better. This would be a terrible mistake not just now but in the future as well. Your work will suffer and alcohol often leads to irresponsible, unpleasant or dangerous behavior.
  • You may also focus more on your work than your relationships or home life. This can cause conflicts with your wife or partners.

All these packaged together will explain why depression and pleasures of your sex life can never mix together. Talk to doctor Akoury for quick remedies today.

Facing depression symptoms: Effects of depression in men