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DEPRESSION

 

Major depression is a serious illness that affects 20 million Americans each year. Major depression can significantly interfere with an individual’s quality of life, thoughts, behavior and physical health. Sufferers often feel an overwhelming sense of sadness, hopelessness, and despair. Symptoms include:

 

Additional Symptoms Include:

 

•  Sadness•  Hopelessness•  Crying•  Emptiness•  Helplessness•  Decreased Energy•  Decreased Concentration•  Change in Appetite•  Weight Gain or Loss•  Lack of Motivation•  Loss of Interest•  Change in Sleeping Patterns•  Difficulty Remembering•  Recurrent Suicidal Thoughts•  Easily Irritated•  Feeling of Worthlessness•  Guilt•  Loss of Libido•  Feeling Isolated

 

These symptoms can negatively affect relationships with family and friends and job performance. Scientists have learned that depression is usually caused by a brain biochemical imbalance which is often treatable with medication.

 

If you or someone you know suffers from symptoms of depression, you may qualify for one of our NO COST research studies. Our studies offer thorough medical evaluations and study-related medication.

 

The test below may help you assess your depression.

 

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Select Yes or No to the following questions:

 

YES/NO      1. Are you depressed, sad, empty or low on four or more days a week?

 

YES/NO      2. Do you lack motivation?

 

YES/NO      3. Have you lost interest in things you previously enjoyed?

 

YES/NO      4. Do you have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, or difficulty getting out of bed?

 

YES/NO      5. Do you have difficulty concentrating or remembering things?

 

YES/NO      6. Are you fatigued or lacking in energy?

 

YES/NO      7. Do you have feelings of worthlessness or guilt?

 

YES/NO      8. Do you have thoughts that life is not worth living or that you would be better off dead?

 

YES/NO      9. Has your appetite decreased?

 

 

If you answered yes to three or more of these questions, you may be suffering from depression.

 

Call 1-888-STUDY-411 to speak to one of our knowledgeable, caring staff members to set up a consultation and perhaps apply for one of our research studies AT NO COST to you; or you may contact us by filling out the simple contact form above. One of our staff will call you within 24 hours.

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DEPRESSION

 

Major depression is a serious illness that affects 20 million Americans each year. Major depression can significantly interfere with an individual’s quality of life, thoughts, behavior and physical health. Sufferers often feel an overwhelming sense of sadness, hopelessness, and despair. Symptoms include:

 

Additional Symptoms Include:

 

•  Sadness•  Hopelessness•  Crying•  Emptiness•  Helplessness•  Decreased Energy•  Decreased Concentration•  Change in Appetite•  Weight Gain or Loss•  Lack of Motivation•  Loss of Interest•  Change in Sleeping Patterns•  Difficulty Remembering•  Recurrent Suicidal Thoughts•  Easily Irritated•  Feeling of Worthlessness•  Guilt•  Loss of Libido•  Feeling Isolated

 

These symptoms can negatively affect relationships with family and friends and job performance. Scientists have learned that depression is usually caused by a brain biochemical imbalance which is often treatable with medication.

 

If you or someone you know suffers from symptoms of depression, you may qualify for one of our NO COST research studies. Our studies offer thorough medical evaluations and study-related medication.

 

The test below may help you assess your depression.

DEPRESSION

 

Major depression is a serious illness that affects 20 million Americans each year. Major depression can significantly interfere with an individual’s quality of life, thoughts, behavior and physical health. Sufferers often feel an overwhelming sense of sadness, hopelessness, and despair. Symptoms include:

 

Additional Symptoms Include:

 

•  Sadness•  Hopelessness•  Crying•  Emptiness•  Helplessness•  Decreased Energy•  Decreased Concentration•  Change in Appetite•  Weight Gain or Loss•  Lack of Motivation•  Loss of Interest•  Change in Sleeping Patterns•  Difficulty Remembering•  Recurrent Suicidal Thoughts•  Easily Irritated•  Feeling of Worthlessness•  Guilt•  Loss of Libido•  Feeling Isolated

 

These symptoms can negatively affect relationships with family and friends and job performance. Scientists have learned that depression is usually caused by a brain biochemical imbalance which is often treatable with medication.

 

If you or someone you know suffers from symptoms of depression, you may qualify for one of our NO COST research studies. Our studies offer thorough medical evaluations and study-related medication.

 

The test below may help you assess your depression.

DEPRESSION

 

Major depression is a serious illness that affects 20 million Americans each year. Major depression can significantly interfere with an individual’s quality of life, thoughts, behavior and physical health. Sufferers often feel an overwhelming sense of sadness, hopelessness, and despair. Symptoms include:

 

Additional Symptoms Include:

 

•  Sadness•  Hopelessness•  Crying•  Emptiness•  Helplessness•  Decreased Energy•  Decreased Concentration•  Change in Appetite•  Weight Gain or Loss•  Lack of Motivation•  Loss of Interest•  Change in Sleeping Patterns•  Difficulty Remembering•  Recurrent Suicidal Thoughts•  Easily Irritated•  Feeling of Worthlessness•  Guilt•  Loss of Libido•  Feeling Isolated

 

These symptoms can negatively affect relationships with family and friends and job performance. Scientists have learned that depression is usually caused by a brain biochemical imbalance which is often treatable with medication.

 

If you or someone you know suffers from symptoms of depression, you may qualify for one of our NO COST research studies. Our studies offer thorough medical evaluations and study-related medication.

 

The test below may help you assess your depression.

 

Select Yes or No to the following questions:

 

YES/NO

1. Are you depressed, sad, empty or low on four or more days a week?

 

YES/NO

2. Do you lack motivation?

 

YES/NO

3. Have you lost interest in things you previously enjoyed?

 

YES/NO

4. Do you have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, or difficulty getting out of bed?

 

YES/NO

5. Do you have difficulty concentrating or remembering things?

 

YES/NO

6. Are you fatigued or lacking in energy?

 

YES/NO

7. Do you have feelings of worthlessness or guilt?

 

YES/NO

8. Do you have thoughts that life is not worth living or that you would be better off dead?

 

YES/NO

9. Has your appetite decreased?

 

 

If you answered yes to three or more of these questions, you may be suffering from depression.

 

Call 1-888-STUDY-411 to speak to one of our knowledgeable, caring staff members to set up a consultation and perhaps apply for one of our research studies AT NO COST to you; or you may contact us by filling out the simple contact form below. One of our staff will call you within 24 hours.

Contact Info

 

1317 W. Foothill Blvd., Suite #200

Upland, CA 91786

 

studies@pcrmg.com

 

1.888.788.39411

 

 

Follow Us

 

DEPRESSION

 

Major depression is a serious illness that affects 20 million Americans each year. Major depression can significantly interfere with an individual’s quality of life, thoughts, behavior and physical health. Sufferers often feel an overwhelming sense of sadness, hopelessness, and despair. Symptoms include:

 

Additional Symptoms Include:

 

•  Sadness•  Hopelessness•  Crying•  Emptiness•  Helplessness•  Decreased Energy•  Decreased Concentration•  Change in Appetite•  Weight Gain or Loss•  Lack of Motivation•  Loss of Interest•  Change in Sleeping Patterns•  Difficulty Remembering•  Recurrent Suicidal Thoughts•  Easily Irritated•  Feeling of Worthlessness•  Guilt•  Loss of Libido•  Feeling Isolated

 

These symptoms can negatively affect relationships with family and friends and job performance. Scientists have learned that depression is usually caused by a brain biochemical imbalance which is often treatable with medication.

 

If you or someone you know suffers from symptoms of depression, you may qualify for one of our NO COST research studies. Our studies offer thorough medical evaluations and study-related medication.

 

The test below may help you assess your depression.

 

Select Yes or No to the following questions:

 

YES/NO

1. Are you depressed, sad, empty or low on four or more days a week?

 

YES/NO

2. Do you lack motivation?

 

YES/NO

3. Have you lost interest in things you previously enjoyed?

 

YES/NO

4. Do you have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, or difficulty getting out of bed?

 

YES/NO

5. Do you have difficulty concentrating or remembering things?

 

YES/NO

6. Are you fatigued or lacking in energy?

 

YES/NO

7. Do you have feelings of worthlessness or guilt?

 

YES/NO

8. Do you have thoughts that life is not worth living or that you would be better off dead?

 

YES/NO

9. Has your appetite decreased?

 

 

If you answered yes to three or more of these questions, you may be suffering from depression.

 

Call 1-888-STUDY-411 to speak to one of our knowledgeable, caring staff members to set up a consultation and perhaps apply for one of our research studies AT NO COST to you; or you may contact us by filling out the simple contact form below. One of our staff will call you within 24 hours.