3 Reply to “ Enveloped In Abyssic Depression - Aesthenia - Aesthenia (CDr) ”

  1. Jan 29,  · Hyperesthesia is an increase in the sensitivity of any of your senses, such as sight, sound, touch, and smell. It can affect just one or all of the senses.
  2. Strictly speaking, anesthesia does not cause depression. However, patients who have undergone surgeries with anesthesia will often develop depression afterward. This can be attributed to the side effects associated with anesthesia.
  3. Mar 23,  · This is what depression feels like. It is a living, breathing animal that strangles you until you can barely pull air through your lungs. It creeps back in when you're happy, angry, or scared. It will sit and thrive off of the insecurities and pressures of your everyday life. From what I can tell, depression isn't all that great of a thing.

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